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Starting version 8.9.03, BMC Network Automation is renamed to TrueSight Network Automation. This space contains information about TrueSight Network Automation 8.9.03 and later. For earlier releases, see BMC Network Automation 8.9.

Managing SNMP manager stations

Change notifications generated by policy actions are forwarded to one or more SNMP managers (for example HP, Micromuse NetCool, Entuity Network Analytics, Ipswitch WhatsUpGold). 

For these SNMP managers to receive SNMP notifications from TrueSight Network Automation, you must add SNMP manager stations. Each managed element in the network, such as devices and nodes uses SNMP to report its status to the central server system (the SNMP manager station) that displays the status to users.

The following table contains conceptual information and tasks that describe how to manage SNMP manager stations and SNMP traps:

Administering task For more information Benefit
To add or edit an SNMP manager station Adding or editing an SNMP manager station Learn how to add or edit an SNMP manager station.
To perform actions on an SNMP manager station Viewing the SNMP manager stations listing

Use the SNMP manager stations list to perform the following actions:

  • Viewing details
  • Adding
  • Editing
  • Copying
  • Deleting
To understand the concept of SNMP trap content Understanding SNMP trap content

Use the following topics to understand the supported SNMP trap types and the data type for each trap type. Also, see an example of configuring a trap to be sent when a device snapshot fails.

Related topic

Configuring system-wide attributes

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