configure snmp traps batch-delay bfd
This command allows you to configure the time during which the set of affected sessions will be collected and a single trap will be set for contiguous session IDs. This means that there is a small delay between event occurrence and trap generation. You have the option to disable this optimization delay using the none option.
|snmp||Configure SNMP specific settings.|
|traps||Configure SNMP Trap generation settings.|
|batch-delay||Maximum delay before trap generation in order to combine multiple traps into a single trap.|
|none||Disables trap optimization which results in generation of one trap for status change of each session.|
|delay||Choose delay to balance between number of traps and delay in trap generation. Range is 50 to 65535 ms.|
Use this command to configure the time window during which the set of affected sessions is collected and single trap is set for contiguous sessions IDs.
The following command configures the BFD batch-delay:
# configure snmp traps batch-delay bfd 1000
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 15.5.
This command is available on ExtremeSwitching 5320, 5420, 5520, and 5720 series switches.