How to send SNMP traps
Events recorded in the Apex log can be sent as SNMP traps. Doing so allows you to monitor Apex activity and trigger automated processes to start when certain events occur.
SNMP traps are widely used for sending notifications from one application to another, generally for alerting or notification purposes.
To send log events and alarm notifications, first configure your server and recipient settings. After configuring these settings, you can enable and disable the sending of automated messages.
Configure your server settings:
1. In the web interface, click System > Settings.
2. In the Feature Settings, click Notification.
3. Select Configure an SNMP Trap.
4. Configure the options.
For details, use the information in SNMP trap settings.
5. Click the accept icon .
6. In the Feature Settings pane, click Log.
7. Select Export logged events to an SNMP Trap.
8. Configure the options.
9. Click the accept icon .
 
Apex will send logged events to your SNMP Trap server.
 
SNMP trap settings
 
Export logged events to an SNMP Trap
If selected, system logs are forwarded as SNMP traps to a trap recipient.
Target IP address
The host name or IPv4 or IPv6 address of the SNMP trap recipient.
Include up to 10 SNMP trap recipients by separating each with a comma ','.
Target port
The port number of the SNMP trap recipient.
Example: 162
If more than one SNMP trap recipient is specified, this port is used for each.
Community String
Community string for your SNMP trap server.
SNMP version
Sets the SNMP trap version.
Severity
The minimum severity level of log events sent as SNMP traps.
 
Informational: Contains normal operational messages. No action is required.
Warning: Contains cautionary messages. No error has occurred but an error may occur if no corrective action is taken.
Critical: Contains fault-finding messages. Corrective action should be taken promptly.
 
Log events of lower severity are not sent.