The SNMP Trap action will take values, descriptions, etc from a monitor and fire them off as an SNMP Trap. You can configure the action to send the
Trap to any server/device on the network, using any port (port 162 is the default SNMP Trap port).
Traps will have the following fields:
A human readable summary of the alert condition.
Source Computer Name
Source monitor name.
A custom message from the monitor. This field is often empty.
A string representing the time of the error in YYYYMMDDHHMMSS format. This is in the local time of the reporting agent.
Source monitor type.
Monitor status ID.
*Source computer ID within the Power Admin monitoring product.
*Source monitor ID.
Source monitor type ID.
*Source monitor ID as an OID
*Source computer ID as an OID
* You can view the IDs in the Console by setting HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\PAServerMonitor, [DWORD] xShowIDs = 1
A MIB file exists in the C:\Program Files\PA Server Monitor\MIBs folder which describes the format of the Traps that will be sent.