SNMP Application Processing Times
The SNMP Application Processing Time exceeds the critical value set in Expert Thresholds. "Application Processing Time" measures the time spent waiting for the application or server, as opposed to network latency. Network Latency plus application processing time is referred to as Session Delay, which is tracked by a separate Expert Threshold.
The slowdown is probably the result of a server or application configuration issue. Perhaps the server hardware is overloaded with disk I/0 requests, or some other system component (for example, the CPU or NIC) is too slow given the traffic it is expected to handle.
The applications or devices that use SNMP to communicate might also be a problem, either in the way that they have been configured by the user, or in the underlying source code or firmware.