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I have IPv6 only (not dual stack) system I wondering how to
- send snmptrap from this system? - configure snmpd to be able to access it?

I mean, is snmp is ready to use in IPv6 only environment?

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According to this link you have to specify udp6.

Sending: trap2sink udp6:[::1]:162 in snmpd.conf This will send to localhost IPv6.

Receiving: snmptrapd udp6:162

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