Configure SNMP Trapflags WLC


You can use the GUI (Management / SNMP / Trap Controls) to view and configure the SNMP Traps.

You can also use the CLI :
(Cisco Controller) >config trapflags ?

authentication Enable or Disable sending traps on invalid SNMP access.
linkmode Enable or Disable switch level Link Up/Down trap flag.
multiusers Enable or Disable sending traps when multiple logins active.
client Enable or Disable sending Client related Dot11 Traps
ap Enable or Disable sending AP related Traps
802.11-Security Enable or Disable sending 802.11 Security related Traps
rrm-profile Enable or Disable sending RRM Profile related Traps
rrm-params Enable or Disable sending RRM Paramemeter Update related Traps
aaa Enable or Disable sending AAA related Traps
rogueap Enable or Disable sending RogueAP Detection Trap
configsave Enable or Disable sending Config Saved Trap

And to view the settings :
(Cisco Controller) >show trapflags

Authentication Flag………………………… Enable
Link Up/Down Flag………………………….. Enable
Multiple Users Flag………………………… Enable

Client Related Traps
802.11 Disassociation……………………… Disable
802.11 Association………………………… Disable
802.11 Deauthenticate……………………… Disable
802.11 Authenticate Failure………………… Disable
802.11 Association Failure…………………. Disable
Excluded…………………………………. Disable

802.11 Security related traps
WEP Decrypt Error…………………………. Disable
IDS Signature Attack………………………. Disable

Cisco AP
Register…………………………………. Disable
InterfaceUp………………………………. Disable

Auto-RF Profiles
–More– or (q)uit
Load…………………………………….. Disable
Noise……………………………………. Disable
Interference……………………………… Disable
Coverage…………………………………. Disable

Auto-RF Thresholds
tx-power…………………………………. Disable
channel………………………………….. Disable

AAA
auth…………………………………….. Disable
servers………………………………….. Disable

rogueap…………………………………… Enable

configsave………………………………… Enable

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