The Alarm Filters (Toll Fraud Detection)
1. Alarm Filter 1 21. Action: None
2. Alarm Filter 2 22. Phone #: (undefined)
3. PBX Inact Alarm 1 (Cont.):
4. PBX Inact Alarm 2 23. Pager ID 1: (undefined)
5. 80% Full Alarm: Off 24. Pager ID 2: (undefined)
25. Pager ID 3: (undefined)
26. SNMP Mgmt: Manager #1
27. Email/Msg To: #1
28. Message: (undefined)
29. Auto Execute: Off
30. Execute Cmds: (undefined)
31. Send Alm Rec: Off,2048,On,Off
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Figure 9.1: Alarm Configuration Menu
9.2.1. Default Alarm Filter Actions
Alarm Action parameters determine how NetLink II will react when an
alarm is generated. The Default Alarm Filter Actions select parameters
that are applied to all newly defined clues, allowing you to assign identical
actions to clues without manually entering parameters for each clue.
Definition of the Default Alarm Action parameters is optional.
Default Alarm Action parameters are only applied to newly
defined Alarm Clues. These defaults will not be applied to PBX
Inactivity Alarms or the 80% Full Alarm.
When new Alarm Clues are defined, the default values can be
altered or eliminated, as discussed in Section 9.5.1.
The following Default Alarm Action Parameters are available.
21. Action: The default action that will be performed when an alarm is
generated. For more information, please refer to Section 12.
22. Phone Number: The default number that will be dialed when an
Alarm Clue generates a callout or page action.
Note: For Numeric Paging, this prompt can specify both the Pager
phone number and a numeric "message". In this case, the phone
number is entered using the following format:
Where PHONENO is the pager number, and MESSAGENO is any
user-selected number that will notify the receiver that an alarm has
occurred. For example, to dial 555-1212 and send the message "111",
the phone number would be defined as "5551212@111#".
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