Cisco Bug: CSCuj89095 - simEcmgIpAddress backwards in saPcgChannelState trap
Jun 22, 2020
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Symptom: The IP address delivered in the simEcmgIpAddress parameter of the saPcgChannelState trap is backwards. In the example below the simEcmgIpAddress is 126.96.36.199 not 188.8.131.52. Trap received from 184.108.40.206/38147, Trap = SA-PCG-MIB::saPcgChannelState Trap Info: SNMPv2-MIB::sysName.0 => asgvho1pcg1 SIM-MIB::simEcmgCScsIpAddress.0 => 220.127.116.11 SIM-MIB::simEcmgIpAddress.1 => 18.104.22.168 SIM-MIB::simEcmgTcpPort.2 => 4000 SIM-MIB::simEcmgChannelId.3 => 1 SA-PCG-MIB::saPcgChannelStatus.4 => 1 Wed Oct 16 14:00:26 2013 Conditions: The PCG must be fully configured with active SCS communication and the PCG SNMP agent must configured to send SNMP Traps. The snmpTrapHandler process on the ISDS can be used to receive the SNMP traps from the PCG. Use the /dvs/dvsFiles/SnmpEventLogs/masterEventLog.xyz to view the PCG traps.
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