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Cisco Bug: CSCsz00600 - cipSecTunnelStart/Stop trap should include cipSecTunLocal/RemoteAddr

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Jun 14, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASA 5500-X Series Firewalls

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Description (partial)

CU is requesting, instead of cipSecTunnelStart/Stop trap sending the tunnel index(cipSecTunIndex), it can also include cipSecTunRemoteAddr and cipSecTunLocalAddr to identify the tunnel that has gone down or up.

cipSecTunIndex is assigned by the snmp engine, and it is meaningless to the user. Currently, the user needs to poll the device again to map the cipSecTunIndex to more meaningful identifier such as cipSecTunRemoteAddr and cipSecTunLocalAddr in order to find out which tunnel the trap is refering to.

CU would like to have the cipSecTunLocalAddr and cipSecTunRemoteAddr  included in the trap so that he does not have to go through the polling process.

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