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Severity definition for events from NNMi to OMi through Northbound Interface

We have trap events processing through NNMi.  These are working fine in all ways EXCEPT severity.  Specifically, those traps where severity is defined using enrichment rules.  The enriched severity is not applying in OMi.  I suspect the issue is caused by the fact the default severity is what is placed in the OMi policy when exported from NNMi using nnmopcexport.ovpl.

 

Am I correct?  Do I need to change severity on the OMi side and not the NNMi side if I want the correct severity to apply in OMi?  Is this true for all enrichment in NNMi - meaning I need to not enrich the trap in NNMi but, instead, put the enrichment in OMi?

 

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Hello

That's right.

When exporting the policy only one severity is placed on the policy

It is true for all enrichment, as the severity is not sent as part of the message but extracted from the policy definition

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Thank you.  Is there a way to pass custom attributes for specific oid attributes?  Say a value on which I want to put enrichment has oid value of .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.712.1.1.2.1.11.0.  This is passed to OMi in the source tab but I am uncertain how to make that available in an EPI script.  I understand I cannot create a custom attribute in NNMi for that OID that will be passed to OMi as a custom attribute.  But there must be some other way to allow OMi access to that data.

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