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Get notified when an interface becomes administravetly down

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kimo
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Get notified when an interface becomes administravetly down

Hi,

 

I'm uing NNMi 9.22 under windows, I get notified when interface goes down, is there a way that I get notified when someone shut down an interfaces i.e.administratively down?

 

Thanks

Kareem

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mostafa_hassan
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Re: Get notified when an interface become administravetly down

Hello Kareem ,

 

 

Yes you can get notified for disable any interface , there is Event Management in NNM called

 

InterfaceDisabled .1.3.6.1.4.1.11.2.17.19.2.0.18

 

you need to enable it

 

All the best .
Regards
Mostafa Hassan
HP AIS NNM-NA-OO
CCNA-CCNP-ITIL-VCA-Cloud-VCA DataCenter
kimo
Regular Collector

Re: Get notified when an interface become administravetly down

Thanks Mostafa for your help, i enabled this event and it worked
Is there a away to modify the alarm message keeping the same author "Network Node Manager"?
mostafa_hassan
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Get notified when an interface become administravetly down

Hello Kareem ,

 

 

Good To hear that ,

 

For your questions , you can not , as if you modified the Alarm Message , the Event Will not be Out-of-the-Box from the Internal NNM , thus It will ask to change the Author to Customer ,

All the best .
Regards
Mostafa Hassan
HP AIS NNM-NA-OO
CCNA-CCNP-ITIL-VCA-Cloud-VCA DataCenter
kimo
Regular Collector

Re: Get notified when an interface become administravetly down

Thanks Mostafa,

Well after enabling the event i.e. right click --> enable event, the author changed to be customer instead of Network Node Manager, hence, i was able to modify the message.

Thanks again

Kareem
//Add this to "OnDomLoad" event