Gernot Nusshall has asked an interesting question:
How could I configure the EEM to send an SNMP trap when the cpu load (interval=30sec) is higher than 30%?My first solution was to enable resource policy traps with the snmp-server enable traps resource-policy, but this feature was introduced in 12.4(15)T and I am not sure everyone is willing to run the latest-and-greatest IOS code. Furthermore, it looks like the traps are sent only for resource policies defined through the ERM MIB; I was not able to generate a trap from a manually configured resource policy. Obviously it was time for another EEM applet.The EEM version 2.0 (available in 12.2S, 12.3T and 12.4) includes the action snmp-trap command, which can generate a trap from an EEM applet. To generate CPU utilization traps, configure the desired resource policy and an EEM applet that is triggered on the ERM policy event. The simplest EEM applet would just report a change in ERM policy …
event manager applet ReportHighCPU
event resource policy "HighGlobalCPU"
action 1.0 snmp-trap strdata "High CPU"
… but as the applet would be run on rising and falling events, it would make sense to include a few _resource_* environment variables in the SNMP trap data. Last but not least, don't forget to enable EEM traps with the snmp-server enable traps event-manager configuration command.