Generated when there is a snmp authentication failure
BlueCoat Enterprise Traps
Status Code (sent with the trap)
Other MIB values sent with the trap
Defined in MIB
ComponentName ExpireType ExpireDate
OK = 1 Failure = bitmap of SoftwareFailure | ManualFailure | LinkFailure | ActivationFailure
Identifier Mode IfList IfDownList IfCopyList
Change of specific ‘Failure’ value is treated as status change and therefore will trigger a Segment Status Change trap.
deviceSensorTrap (Power Supply, not available on SV800)
OK=1 NoPower = 6 (NotPowered or PowerFailure) NotInstalled = 3
WebUI is able to distinguish between ‘not powered’ and ‘power failure’ as different status. However the Bluecoat Sensor MIB does not define ‘power failure’ status code, therefore SNMP trap is not able to report ‘power failure’ as separate status.
OK = 1 Warning = 13 Critical = 14
Not all platform fan sensors report ‘Warning’ status. Thresholds are documented in SSLV Sensor Thresholds Document
OK = 1 Warning = 10 Critical = 11
Not all platform temperature sensors report ‘Warning’ status. Thresholds are documented in SSLV Sensor Thresholds Document
deviceUsageTrap (CPU, Memory, Disk)
OK = 1 High = 2
High = UsagePercent >= 90%
Net-SNMP Agent Traps
Defined in MIB
Generated when agent is shutting down
SSL Visibility Trap Triggers
Red Alarm = (sensor value >= Upper Critical) or (sensor value <= Lower Critical) Yellow Alarm = (sensor value >= Upper non-Critical) or (sensor value <= Lower non-Critical) If a threshold is marked as n/a, alarm trigger is not checked against that threshold.
Notes: The unit for fan speed sensors is RPM. The unit for temperature sensors is degrees C.
SSL Visibility Trap Thresholds
Please see the attached PDF document for SNMP Trap Threshold values.