Trap variables

The SafeLinx Server supports version 1 SNMP traps.

The SafeLinx Server object identifier (OID) is 1.3.6.1.4.1.2.6.102.*, where * is the Code documented in Table 1. The SafeLinx Server does not support a management information base (MIB) query.

All of the traps generated by the SafeLinx Server consist of five parameters or variables of type string.

Variable 1
Describes the event that is causing the trap.
Variable 2
A specific address of the referenced device. This address can be an IP address, a combination of several addressing parameters, or can be blank if addressing does not apply.

When this variable is an IP address, it relates directly to the ActvKey field in the ActiveSessionAttribute table. The IP address (ActvKey) is the private (SafeLinx Server-assigned) IP address.

Variables 3 and 4
Trap-dependent additional information or blank.

When variable 3 is a device name, it relates directly to the DevKey field in the ActiveSessionAttribute table. The device name (DevKey) is the public (carrier's) IP address. When variable 4 is a network interface, it relates directly to the MNC field in the ActiveSessionAttribute table.

Variable 5
Timestamp in plain ASCII, because the standard timestamp of the SNMP packet is coded.

When this variable is a timestamp, it relates directly to the LoginTimeStamp field in the ActiveSessionAttribute table.