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Measurement threshold policy settings for opcmon

Using OML 9.20 , i am looking to monitor the telnet connection status from an HPOM managed server to a specific ip and port. Have prepared a perl script which does this and in case the connection is not successful, it executes an opcmon command. Based on this opcmon command, have defined a MT(measurement threshold) policy. However have some doubts regarding the details regarding this policy definition viz. the source and threshold fields are not clear, not able to understand the details whcih we have to define.
Attaching the document which contains the details and screenshots. Need help for points 3 & 4 , if i have defined the details correctly.

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In the perl script you should also trigger the opcmon if the telnet IS successful, with telnetmon=0

And define the threshold as .5 so that the opcmon value of 1 exceeds the threshold.

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Thanks Pat , have done the changes in the script. However it's not clear how the Measurement Threshold policy should be created in OML specifically the source and thresholds page. Can you help with that.

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