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13. Alarm Actions
When an alarm is generated, the VIP can call a modem or pager, send an
SNMP Trap, contact the user via the Console Port, send and email or test
message, or switch the optional Output Contacts. These tasks are referred
to as "Alarm Actions". Note that the Output Contact option is not available
on NLJ-VIP units.
The Alarm Actions discussed in this chapter can be applied to Toll Fraud
Alarms, PBX Inactivity Alarms, the 80% Full Alarm, or the Input Contact
Alarms. In addition, the VIP can also perform these Alarm Actions
according to a user-defined schedule, as described in Section 14.
The configuration menu for each individual alarm is used to select the
specific action that will be performed when the alarm is triggered. The
alarm configuration menus offer the following Alarm Actions:
None: When an alarm is generated, the VIP will not attempt to contact
the user, or open or close the Output Contacts. Call records will
continue to be flagged, counted and sorted.
Callout: When an alarm is generated, the VIP will call a user-
specified modem number in order to download data or report
conditions.
Alphanumeric Page: When an alarm is generated, the VIP will dial
up to three alphanumeric pagers.
Numeric Page: When an alarm is generated, the VIP will dial one
numeric pager.
SNMP Trap: When an alarm is generated, the VIP will send an
SNMP Trap to the selected SNMP manager.
Output Contact: When an alarm is generated, the VIP will open or
close the optional Output Contacts. Note that the Output Contacts are
an optional feature, and are not available on NLJ-VIP units.
Console: When an alarm is generated, the VIP will contact the device
connected to the Console Port in order to download data or report
conditions.
Email/Text Message: When an alarm is generated the VIP will send
an email or text message to up to two user-defined addresses.
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