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The Traps object provides:

  • A list of the traps supported by the SBC Core. These traps are created at system initialization time, without CLI control.
  • A means of enabling and disabling specific traps at the SBC.

You may use this mechanism to disable specific traps while reconfiguring the SBC, and then re-enabling them once you are finished. For example, you may cause a number of traps to get reported as a result of a maintenance activity such as temporarily detaching cables.Use this object to prevent these traps from appearing on the SNMP network management stations.

For a list of all possible traps, use the show oam traps command.

Refer to Alarms Guide for alarm/trap descriptions.



Use this object to enable or disable specific traps.

Command Syntax

% set oam traps admin <trap name>
	priorityLevel <critical | default | info | major | minor>
	state <disabled | enabled>

Command Parameters

Table : Admin Parameters



<trap name> 

The trap name.

(Refer to Alarms Guide for a complete list of traps and their descriptions.)


The current priority level of the event/trap/alarm.

  • critical – Assign the Critical priority level to this event/trap/alarm. 
  • default – Use the manufacturer default priority level for this particular event/trap/alarm. 
  • info – Assign the Info priority level to this event/trap/alarm. 
  • major – Assign the Major priority level to this event/trap/alarm. 
  • minor – Assign the Minor priority level to this event/trap/alarm.


Enable this flag to send messages to all properly registered and authenticated management clients.

  • disabled
  • enabled (Default)

DSP Admin

DSP resource usage trap configuration.

Command Syntax

% set oam traps dspAdmin
	callFailureTrap lackdsp
		interval <60-21600 seconds>
		threshold <1-65535>
		allThreshold <0-100>
		g711PacketThreshold <0-100>
		g726Threshold <0-100>
		g729Threshold <0-100>

Command Parameters

Table : DSP Admin Parameters



callFailureTrap lackdsp

Trap configuration for Call Failure due to no DSP. Options are:

  • interval – The time interval, in seconds, for the threshold of call failure due to lack of DSP pad.
    (range: 60-21600 / default = 300).
  • threshold – Number of call failure due to lack of DSP pad threshold. (range: 1-65535 / default = 100).


DSP Availability trap threshold configuration. Specify the following parameters:

  • allThreshold – Percentage DSP Availability threshold for all types. (range: 0-100).
  • g711PacketThreshold – Percentage of G.711 Packet type DSP Availability threshold. (range: 0-100).
  • g726Threshold – Percentage of G.726 type DSP Availability threshold. (range: 0-100).
  • g729Threshold – Percentage of G.729 type DSP Availability threshold. (range: 0-100).

Command Example

To display the trap information:

%  show oam traps admin sonusCpNtpDownNotification
state         enabled;
priorityLevel default;

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