The Input Contact Alarms
4. Phone Number: The number dialed when a callout or page is
generated by this alarm. (Default = undefined.)
Note: For Numeric Paging, this prompt can specify both a pager
number and a numeric "message". In this case, the phone number is
entered as follows:
Where PHONENO is the pager phone number, and MESSAGENO
is any number that will notify the user when an alarm occurs. For
example, to dial 555-1212 and send the message "88", item 3 would
be defined as "5551212@88#".
5. Pager ID 1: The first Pager ID Number dialed when an alphanumeric
Pager action is generated by this alarm. The VIP can dial up to three
pagers for each contact alarm. (Default = undefined.)
6. Pager ID 2: The second Pager ID Number for this Input Contact
Alarm. (Default = undefined.)
7. Pager ID 3: The third Pager ID Number for this Input Contact Alarm.
(Default = undefined.)
8. SNMP Management: The network manager that will receive SNMP
Traps generated by this alarm. This item selects one, both or none of
the two SNMP Managers. IP Addresses for the SNMP Managers are
defined via the Network Port Configuration Menu.
(Default = Manager #1.)
1. Contact Alarm: Off
2. Trigger Level: Low
3. Action: None
4. Phone: (undefined)
5. Pager ID 1: (undefined)
6. Pager ID 2: (undefined)
7. Pager ID 3: (undefined)
8. SNMP Mgmt: Manager #1
9. Output Contacts
1/2/3/4: -/-/-/-
10. Message: (undefined)
11. Auto Execute: Off
12. Execute Cmds: (undefined)
13. Email to: Email #1
Enter selection,
Press <ESC> to return to previous menu ...
Figure 12.2: Input Contact Alarm Configuration Menu (Contact 1 Shown)
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