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How to enable Polling for OSPF Neighbor States in Solarwinds Orion

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Hi,  I am using Solarwinds Orion in My  University to monitor all Devices. Recently I am in a situation where I need to enable Traps and Alers for OSPF Neighbors. The Reason is that a new  branch is connected by a devices whse port wont go down. Therefore ospf  Neighbor statechanges nobitoring is required.

Please provoide a procedure for the same.
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I assume you have Cisco routers?

use the "snmp-server enable traps ospf cisco-specific state-change" command

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