Notifications

The Notification tab lists fields for configuring email and SNMP notifications.

Option

Description

SMTP Server

The SMTP server allows you to send the emails. The value is fully qualified domain name.

Email Sender

It allows you to send the messages.

Administrator Email

It is the email address(es) that receives error messages. A semicolon ( ; ) is used as separator to insert multiple recipients.

Is authentication required?

It enables/disables the SMTP email authentication when sending messages.

Username

In case of email authentication is enabled, this is the username for SMTP server authentication when sending messages.

Password

In case of email authentication is enabled, this is the password for SMTP server authentication when sending messages.

Is TSL/SSL used?

It enables you to choose whether secure SMTP is needed to send messages. The default value is yes.

SSL Port Number

It is the port number for secure SMTP. The default value for this field is 465.

Send SNMP Traps

The radio button allows you to enable/disable trap-directed notification (SNMP traps).

SNMP Address

It is the address to which SNMP traps is sent. A SNMP trap is sent in correspondence of diagnostic alert or Optimizer rule alert. The format used is <ip>:<port> <community> .
<ip>: It is the SNMP trap destination. Default value is the localhost address 127.0.0.1.
<port>:It is the SNMP port. Default value is the port number 162.
<community>: default value is public.
If SNMP Address is not specified, trap is sent to udp:localhost/162 community: public. A comma character ( , ) is used as separator to insert multiple receivers. For example a valid value for the field is: 192.168.100.41:162 public,192.168.0.1:162 public

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