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Searching Alarms

Use Search Alarms, available from the Tasks pane, to filter and isolate information about a specific alarm. Use this page to specify complex sorting and filtering criteria for all alarms.

Procedure

Each field in the Search Alarm window helps narrow the current list of alarms. The more search items you specify, the more specific your results. All fields are optional.

  1. Select or type the known descriptors for the alarm. These fields are described in Table 378.
  2. Click Search to run the query. The Alarms Details page opens with the results of your search.
  3. Review the alarm. From this page you can change the state of the alarm, annotate, or assign the alarm to personnel. For more information about changing the state of an alarm, view Changing Alarm State.

Table 378: Alarm Search Fields

Search Criteria

Description

State

Use the list to select which alarm states to search for:

  • All—Alarms of all states.
  • Active—Alarms that are current and not yet acknowledged or cleared.
  • Clear—Alarms that are resolved and the device or entity has returned to normal operation.

Category

Fill in one of the available alarm categories:

  • AP/Radio
  • BFD
  • BGP
  • Chassis
  • ClientAndUserSession
  • Cluster/Modo
  • Configuration
  • Controllers
  • CoS
  • DHCP
  • DOM
  • FlowCollection
  • GENERAL
  • GenericEvent
  • L2ALD
  • L2CP
  • MACFDB
  • Misc
  • PassiveMonitoring
  • Ping
  • RFDetect
  • RMon
  • SONET
  • SONETAPS
  • VirtualChassis
  • VNetwork

Severity

Pull down the list to select the severity level. Not all possible alarm severities are listed. Only the severity levels of your current active alarms are shown. Possible selections are:

  • Critical
  • Major
  • Minor
  • Info

Advanced Search Criteria

(from) Date

Pull down the calendar and select the starting date of the search.

(from) Time

Pull down the list to select the starting time of the search. Search times are in military (24-hour) clock format in 30 minute intervals.

(to) Date

Pull down the calendar and select the ending date of the search.

(to) Time

Pull down the list to select the ending time of the search. Search times are in military (24-hour) clock format in 30 minute intervals.

Notes

Enter any keywords or phases that were listed in an existing annotation.

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