- Multiple IP addresses are registered as the SNMP sender.
- No entries for the SNMP sender IP and MAC address in the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) table.
- An application issues many SNMP traps in a short time period.
Specifically, when packets are sent to the IP address whose MAC address is unresolved by ARP, the data link layer will save at least one of the packets that are sent to the same unresolved IP address. Therefore, the saved packets will be sent to the IP address until the MAC address is resolved.
- Before the SNMP trap is sent, update the ARP cache by running a ping command.
- Statically register next-hop IP address, such as the default gateway.
Note This value is reset after the system is restarted.
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ID d'article : 2840421 - Dernière mise à jour : 22 déc. 2014 - Révision : 1