Media Flow Controller Web-Based Interface : System Config Tab : System Config > Faults

System Config > Faults
Configure Fault Reporting (event notification) options. See email for CLI details.
Fault Reporting
Set SMTP server, Domain name overrides, Return address, and other options. See Figure 49.
SMTP server—Use a hostname or IP address to set the mail relay (mailhub in the CLI) to use to send notification emails. .
Domain name override—Use a hostname or IP address to set the domain name from which emails are to appear to come (provided that the return address is not already fully-qualified). This is used in conjunction with the system hostname to form the full name of the host from which the email appears to come. The rules are as follows:
If an email domain is specified using this command, it is always used. If the hostname has any dots in it, everything to the right of the first dot is stripped and the email domain is appended.
Otherwise, if the hostname has dots in it, it is used as is.
Otherwise, the currently-active system domain name is used. This can come either from the resolver configuration, or from state dynamically instantiated by DHCP.
Return address—Set the username or fully-qualified return address from which email notifications are sent. If the string provided contains an at (@) sign, it is considered fully-qualified and is used as-is. Otherwise, it is considered just the username, and Media Flow Controller appends @<hostname>.<domain>. The default is do-not-reply, but this can be changed to admin or as desired in case something along the line doesn't like fictitious addresses.
Include hostname in return addr—Include (or do not include by un-checking) the hostname in the return address for email notifications. This only takes effect if the return address does not contain an at (@) sign.
Enable autosupport notifications—Enable or disable (by un-checking) the sending of email to vendor autosupport when certain failures occur.
Click Apply to complete Fault notification configuration, Cancel to revert to existing configuration. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.
Figure 49 System Config > Faults Page Detail (Fault Reporting)
Notify Recipients
View and Remove Recipients for stats alarms. See Figure 50.
See email class for details.
Email—Address of configured recipient.
Detail—Whether or not this recipient is sent detailed or summarized emails. Each email potentially has both a detailed and summarized form, where the detailed form has a superset of the information.
Infos—Whether or not this recipient receives Info class emails.
Failures—Whether or not this recipient receives Failure class emails.
Figure 50 System Config > Faults Page Detail (Notify Recipients)
Add New Notify Recipients
Add recipients for email notifications of fault events. See Figure 51.
Email Address—Address of recipient.
Get Detail—Choose to send this recipient detailed or summarized emails.
Infos—Choose to send this recipient Info class emails.
Failures—Choose to send this recipient Failure class emails.
Click Add Recipient to complete adding the new notify recipient. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.
Figure 51 System Config > Faults Page Detail (Add New Notify Recipients)

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