Since the HP OV Performance Agent is installed on most HP-UX systems, the trapsend command can be used to send SNMP test traps.

Example to send a trap to a monitoring probe:

# /opt/perf/bin/trapsend 217.117.35.117 public 6 1 1.1.1.1.1.0 123456789

Logfile from the labo probe:

2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] enterprise:        .1.1.1.1.1.0
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] generic-trap:      6
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] specific-trap:     1
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] UpTime:    123456789
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] Uptime:    14 days, 6:56:07.89
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] community: public
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] IPaddress: 172.31.5.42
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] PeerIPaddress:     172.31.5.42
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] ReceivedPort:      162
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] ReceivedTime:      1452085557
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] Protocol:  UDP
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] SNMP_Version:      1
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] Node:      serv1.acme.com
2016-01-06T14:05:57: Debug: D-UNK-000-000: [Event Processor] PeerAddress:       serv1.acme.com

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