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    Defining an Alarm for an SNMP Monitor That Compares Values Against Thresholds (SRC CLI)

    You can configure a monitor to compare a sample value for a MIB object to a threshold encountered as the value rises and a threshold encountered as the value falls.

    Note: Configure only one monitor test at a time.

    Before you define an alarm type, configure the associated SNMP alarm.

    See Configuring an SNMP Alarm on a C Series Controller (SRC CLI).

    To configure an alarm for a monitor that compares a sample value to an upper threshold value and a lower threshold value:

    1. Define the upper threshold against which to compare a rising sample value. For example:
      [edit snmp monitor alarm thresholds threshold-test]user@host# set rising-threshold 2
    2. Define the lower threshold against which to compare a falling sample value. For example:
      [edit snmp monitor alarm threshold-alarm]user@host# set falling-threshold 1

    Published: 2014-06-12