Startup configuration changes and SNMP traps

You can send a specific SNMP trap for any configuration change made in the switch’s startup configuration file when the change is written to flash. Changes to the configuration file can occur when executing a CLI write command, executing an SNMP set command directly using SNMP, or when using the WebAgent


A log message is always generated when a startup configuration change occurs. An example log entry is:

I 07/06/10 18:21:39 02617 mgr: Startup configuration changed by SNMP. New seq. number 8

The corresponding trap message is sent if the snmp-server enable traps startupconfig- change command is configured.