The Alarm Filters (Toll Fraud Detection)
1. Clue Name: (undefined) 21. Email to: Email #1
2. Threshold: 0
3. Match Parameters: (undefined)
4. Action: None
5. Phone #: (undefined)
6. Pager ID 1: (undefined)
7. Pager ID 2: (undefined)
8. Pager ID 3: (undefined)
9. SNMP Mgmt: Manager #1
10. Output Contacts
1/2/3/4: -/-/-/-
11. Message: (undefined)
12. Auto Execute: Off
13. Execute Cmds: (undefined)
14. Send Alarm Records
Enter selection,
Press <ESC> to return to previous menu ...
Figure 9.5: Alarm Clue Definition Menu
9.5.1. Alarm Clue Definition
To define Alarm Clues, access the Alarm Clue Definition Menu (Figure 9.5)
as follows:
1. From the VIP Main Menu, type 25 and press [Enter] to display the
Alarm Configuration Menu (Figure 9.1).
2. When the Alarm Configuration Menu appears, type 1 (to configure
Alarm Filter 1) or 2 (Alarm Filter 2), and then press [Enter]. The
Alarm Filter Configuration Menu (Figure 9.2).
3. From the Alarm Filter Configuration Menu, type 3 and press [Enter].
The Alarm Clue Definition Menu (Figure 9.5) will appear.
As described in Section 9.2, from the Alarm Filter Configuration menu,
type 3 and press [Enter]. The Alarm Clue Definition menu will be
displayed as shown in Figure 9.5.
The Alarm Clue Definition Menu includes the following:
1. Clue Name: This name is used to reference a specific clue when
reviewing, altering, or deleting clues. When data is released, records
can also be sorted according to the Clue Name matched. Names can
be up to 16 characters long, and cannot include <Esc>, <Null>, or
quotation marks.
2. Threshold: The number of times this type of call must occur in order
to trigger an alarm. This value can be any positive whole number from
zero to 999,999,999.
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