I've been working for weeks to enable sending traps for FIB changes on our Cisco 2600 router. I finally found this command is responsible for that:
snmp-server enable traps cef peer-fib-state-change
But it seemed Cisco 2600 does not accept the
cef command. After retrieving the whole trap options that can be enabled, we found the following list is all traps which are supported. We found none of them is actually directly enabling FIB changes, however some of them looked relevant, such as entity. Is there any ways to infer FIB changes on any of these options?
atm Enable SNMP atm traps bgp Enable BGP state change traps bstun Enable SNMP BSTUN traps cnpd Enable NBAR Protocol Discovery traps config Enable SNMP config traps config-copy Enable SNMP config-copy traps dial Enable SNMP dial control traps dlsw Enable SNMP dlsw traps dnis Enable SNMP DNIS traps dsp Enable SNMP dsp traps entity Enable SNMP entity traps envmon Enable SNMP environmental monitor traps frame-relay Enable SNMP frame-relay traps hsrp Enable SNMP HSRP traps ipmobile Enable SNMP ipmobile traps ipmulticast Enable SNMP ipmulticast traps ipsec Enable IPsec traps isakmp Enable ISAKMP traps traps isdn Enable SNMP isdn traps msdp Enable SNMP MSDP traps pim Enable SNMP PIM traps pppoe Enable SNMP pppoe traps rsvp Enable RSVP flow change traps rtr Enable SNMP Response Time Reporter traps snmp Enable SNMP traps stun Enable SNMP STUN traps syslog Enable SNMP syslog traps tty Enable TCP connection traps voice Enable SNMP voice traps vtp Enable SNMP VTP traps xgcp Enable XGCP protocol traps