no snmp trap link-status for access ports only

Posted on 2013-09-12
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Last Modified: 2013-09-18
I am looking to put no snmp trap link-status for my access ports only, so my trunk ports are not affected on my 6509 switch.  Does anyone know how this can be done?
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The command "no snmp trap link-status" can be applied to a port, or range of ports, like this.

conf t
int gi0/1
no snmp trap link-status

-or, for a range of ports-

conf t
int range gi0/1 - 48
no snmp trap link-status

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