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Cisco Bug: CSCun56044 - "snmp-server enable traps sbc adj-status" on ASR generates extra trap

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Apr 17, 2019

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers

Known Affected Releases

15.4(1)S

Description (partial)

Symptom:
When there is a small network flap, ASR sends below traps to the Monitoring tool.

1.  When the adjacency goes down;

13.2.2014 04:25:08.430   CISCO-SESS-BORDER-CTRLR-EVENT-MIB               Enterprise specific=3 enterprises.cisco.ciscoMgmt.ciscoSessBorderCtrlrEventMIB 47 csbAlarmSubsystem=signaling csbAlarmSeverity=0 csbAlarmID=47 csbAlarmTime=Thu Feb 13 02:25:08 UTC 2014 csbSBCServiceName=lah1-sbc1 csbAdjacencyState=detached csbAdjacencyType=sip csbAdjacencyName=Savonvoima-Lync csbAlarmDescription=This alarm is generated when an adjacency is attached to or detached from the sbe.


2.  When it comes back;

13.2.2014 04:28:38.126   CISCO-SESS-BORDER-CTRLR-EVENT-MIB               Enterprise specific=3 enterprises.cisco.ciscoMgmt.ciscoSessBorderCtrlrEventMIB 48 csbAlarmSubsystem=signaling csbAlarmSeverity=cleared csbAlarmID=48 csbAlarmTime=Thu Feb 13 02:28:37 UTC 2014 csbSBCServiceName=lah1-sbc1 csbAdjacencyState=attached csbAdjacencyType=sip csbAdjacencyName=Savonvoima-Lync csbAlarmDescription=This alarm is generated when an adjacency is attached to or detached from the sbe.

3.
13.2.2014 04:28:38.376   CISCO-SESS-BORDER-CTRLR-EVENT-MIB               Enterprise specific=3 enterprises.cisco.ciscoMgmt.ciscoSessBorderCtrlrEventMIB 49 csbAlarmSubsystem=signaling csbAlarmSeverity=0 csbAlarmID=49 csbAlarmTime=Thu Feb 13 02:28:37 UTC 2014 csbSBCServiceName=lah1-sbc1 csbAdjacencyState=attached csbAdjacencyType=sip csbAdjacencyName=Savonvoima-Lync csbAlarmDescription=This alarm is generated when an adjacency is attached to or detached from the sbe.

Conditions:
ASR Version: asr1000rp1-adventerprisek9.03.11.00.S.154-1.S-std.bin

"snmp-server enable traps sbc adj-status" is added in the ASR configuration.
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