Traps are unsolicited information from the SNMP agent. The OkiLAN 6200e uses a ColdStart trap to inform the manager it has been powered on or reset. An authentication failure trap is sent when the OkiLAN 6200e receives an SNMP trap GET or SET request with an incorrect community name.
The OkiLAN 6200e sends printer traps when there is a change in the status of the printer. If the Printer goes off-line, runs out of paper or is detached, the administrator will be notified via the OkiLAN 6200e traps over both UDP and IPX. Additionally, the OkiLAN 6200e can send traps on toner low, paper jam, and printer cover open, depending on the printer’s capabilities. The traps may be configured for specific destination addresses and can be configured for a particular printer port and/or printer trap.
In order to receive OkiNet Alert traps, the OkiLAN 6200e must have bi-directional status enabled (it is disabled by default). Extended Status can be enabled through the OkiLAN 6200e Configuration utility (telnet) from the Configure Port option. You can also enable OkiNet Alert through OkiNet for TCP/IP or IPX from the Output Port file tab.