Curious message during activation of snmp traps in cisco router 2800
I activated snmp traps in cisco router 2800 (I didn't specify a set of them, so all of them were activated). The thing is, when i configure "snmp-server enable traps", appears a message in the next line :
" %Cannot enable both sham-link state-change interface traps.
%New sham link interface trap not enabled "
Anyway, traps are activated and are completely functional.
I would like to know, why this message appears... and also what is the difference between informs and traps, because I can activate both of the in a router to be sent to the network admin pc.
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