About SNMP Traps for Alarms

When you configure the logging and notification preferences for your Firebox, you can configure your device to send an SNMP trap to your SNMP management station when traffic is filtered by a policy that results in an alarm condition. You can enable your device to send alarms for any policy in your configuration.

Your device can send these SNMP traps for the alarms generated by your device:

  • AH-Auth-Error
  • AH-Replay-Error
  • arp_spoofing_dos
  • Blocked Ports
  • Block-Site-Notif
  • bootup
  • ddos_attack_dest_dos
  • ddos_attack_src_dos
  • DDOS-Attack-Dest
  • DDOS-Attack-Src
  • DOS
  • ESP-Auth-Error
  • ESP-Replay-Error
  • ha event
  • HW-Monitor
  • icmp_flood_dos
  • ICMP-Flood
  • ike_flood_dos
  • IKE-Flood
  • Invalid-SPI
  • ip_scan_dos
  • ip_source_route_dos
  • IPS
  • IP-Scan
  • ipsec_flood_dos
  • IPSec-Flood
  • IP-Spoofing
  • Link-Down
  • Log-Full
  • multi-wan event
  • Other-Policy-Error
  • ping_of_death_dos
  • Ping-of-Death
  • Policy
  • port_scan_dos
  • Port-Scan
  • Proxy
  • Source-Route
  • spoofing_dos
  • syn_attack_dos
  • SYN-Attack
  • System
  • Tear-Drop
  • Traffic
  • udp_flood_dos
  • UDP-Flood

For more information about SNMP traps and for instructions to enable SNMP traps on your device, see Enable SNMP Management Stations and Traps.

See Also

About SNMP

Enable SNMP Management Stations and Traps

Set Logging and Notification Preferences

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