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13-3
Alarm Actions
13.2.2. Callout
If "Callout" is selected, the VIP will call a remote modem when an alarm
is generated. After contacting the modem, the VIP can then send an Alarm
Message and/or execute a user-defined command string. Typically, the
Alarm Message describes the type of event that has occurred, and the Auto
Execute Command string will usually report status or prompt the VIP to
download data.
Note: In order to use the Callout action, Modem Port parameters
must first be properly defined as described in Section 5.4.4.
When the Callout action is selected, the following items must be defined at
the configuration menu for the specified alarm:
Phone Number: Enter the number for your remote modem.
Message: (Optional) Enter a message to describe the type of alarm
event that occurred; for example "CHECK PBX".
Auto-Execute: (Optional) Enable the Auto-execute function and then
define the command string at the "Execute Commands" prompt. Auto
Execute command strings are discussed further in Section 13.3.
13.2.3. Alphanumeric Page
When this Alarm Action is selected, the VIP will dial up to three
alphanumeric pagers when an alarm is generated. After contacting each
pager, the VIP can then send an Alarm Message that describes the nature of
the alarm.
Note: In order to use the Alphanumeric Page action, Modem Port
communications parameters must be properly defined as described
in Section 5.4.4.
When Alphanumeric Page is selected, the following items must be defined
at the configuration menu for the specified alarm:
Phone Number: Enter the number for your pager service.
Pager ID Numbers: Enter up to three Pager ID numbers. When an
alarm is generated, the VIP will contact all defined Pager ID numbers,
starting with Pager ID #1.
Message: (Optional) Enter a message to describe the type of alarm
event that occurred; for example "80% FULL".
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