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Configure Alert Settings

You can configure thresholds for system alerts, enable or disable certain alerts, and control when they will be triggered.

The same threshold settings are used for both system alerts and SNMP alerts.

Certificate-related alert settings cannot be modified.

To configure alert settings:

1 Go to Admin > Server > Alert Settings.

The Alert Settings page lists the following alert settings.

Alert ID

Threshold Condition

Description

3103
Days until server certificate expires is less than
Alert when there are only this many days until the system’s security certificate expires.
3105
Days until CA certificate expires is less than
Alert when there are only this many days until the server’s CA-signed security certificate expires.
3401
Percentage available disk space is less than
Alert when the percentage of free disk space available on the DMA system falls below this value.
3404
Percentage log file usage is greater than
Alert when the percentage of the log file storage area used by log data is above this value.
3405
Percentage CPU utilization is greater than
Alert when system CPU utilization is between this lower limit, and...
And percentage CPU utilization is less than or equal to
...this upper limit.
3406
Percentage CPU utilization is greater than
Alert when system CPU utilization is above this value.
5002
Number of hyperactive, blacklisted endpoints is greater than
Alert when the number of registered endpoints that are blacklisted for sending too much H.323 traffic is above this value.

2 To enable an alert, mark the associated check box.

3 To change the Threshold Value, make sure the associated check box is marked and then use the arrows next to each field or enter a new number to change the default value.

4 Click the Update button to save your changes.

5 To revert your changes, click Restore Defaults. When you click Restore Defaults, all values return to their factory defaults.

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