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Alerts for Env variables

Hello experts

My users want to have threshold monitor set for temperature and voltage. I have the ENVMON MIB. I know Custom poll can do it but what I already have is Performance Metrics. Shouldn't that be able to achieve it? Yet there seem to be no threshold setting available for it under monitoring conditions. I don't receive any ENV incidents either. So, I 1) Want to get default incident and 2) Want to change thresholds. Where do I set these things?

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Re: Alerts for Env variables

Hello ToolMaverick

Thanks for posting,

First of all you need to check under monitoring settings > Default Settings,  if the node sensor/physical sensor are checked, f they are not enable NNM will not be capable to monitor the information and create incidents for them. Also in the same location you will see a Default Performance Monitoring section, there you will find the Sensor Performance Monitoring you need to check the ones you are needed. Then before to enable those option you can go choose a node and perform a configuration poll, then run a status poll against the same device, let me know how it goes.

Regards,

Vincent Montenegro Mena
Customer Support Engineer

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