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increment in ifInErrors

NNM 10.2x

Is there any possibility of writing custom poller to monitor ifInErrors and ifOutErrors MIB variables when there is increment in the values of above counters.

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Re: increment in ifInErrors

Hello 

When you created a Customer Poller, in the MIB Variables tab, click on the New icon to define a new variable or expression.

In the MIB Expression attribute, click New to open a New MIB Expression form. At this time, give a name to this MIB Variable (in a single collection with multiple MIB variables, it is required to use unique names for each variable) and also select the “Report Data Type” based on the type of the MIB variables for which collection needs to be configured.

For information you can check the NNMi Step-by-Step Guide to Custom Poller in the page 7

https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/doc/KM02537090

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Re: increment in ifInErrors

Dear

I am well aware of how to create custom poller and export collected data.

What I am asking is I wanted to monitor collected values based on increments on value collected.

Suppose in 1st cycle value is 5 and in second cycle value is 20, I want to send an alarm.

In 1st cycle value is 5 and in second cycle value is 3, I do not want to send alarm.

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Re: increment in ifInErrors

Hello Ramesh,

I hope you are great.

Thank you for your update.

For this I recommend to you open a case for this technical question.

Best Regards.

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