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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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Setting Alarm Monitoring Rules

Setting Alarm Monitoring Rules

The eSight provides three types of monitoring rules. Understanding their application scenarios and effects helps you properly set alarm monitoring rules, which improves monitoring and alarm handling efficiency.

Table 1 describes the tasks related to alarm monitoring rules.
Table 5-3 Tasks related to alarm monitoring rules

Task

Description

Prerequisite

Navigation Path

Important Notes

Set alarm masking rules

To reduce the alarms and events reported to the eSight during deployment, commissioning, or maintenance, set alarm masking rules.

You have the operation rights for Alarm Settings.

  • Choose Fault > Alarm Settings from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Masking Rule.
  • Choose Fault > Current Alarms from the main menu. Click in the Operation column where the required alarm is located, and select Set Alarm Masking Rule.
  • Only the users who have management rights on all objects included in the rule can enable, disable, modify, and delete the rule.
  • The masked alarms will be not transferred to the Current Alarms page or reported to the upper-layer NMS after the rule is disabled or deleted.

Set automatic acknowledgment rules

To efficiently handle the alarms reported to the eSight, users can enable automatic acknowledgment by severity for the eSight to automatically acknowledge cleared alarms and then move the alarms to the list of historical alarms. Users do not need to handle these alarms manually.

Choose Fault > Alarm Settings from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Auto-Acknowledge Rule.

Set redefinition rules

Redefinition rules include alarm severity and alarm name redefinition rules.

  • Alarm severity redefinition: To ensure proper running of key devices or devices in key areas, redefine alarm severities. (For example, escalate the severity of a key alarm.) Network maintenance personnel will handle the alarms prior to other alarms and provide a high-quality network assurance service for them. The redefinition takes effect only on subsequently reported alarms that meet the redefinition rules.
  • Alarm name redefinition: Some alarm names are difficult to understand. You can redefine the alarm names as required to make them easy to understand.
  • Choose Fault > Alarm Settings from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Redefine Rules.
  • Choose Fault > Alarm Settings from the main menu. In the alarm list of the Current Alarm window, click in the Operation column of the required alarm, and select Set Redefinition Rule.

Only the users who have management rights on all objects included in the rule can enable, disable, modify, and delete the rule.

Set aggregation rules

To help users view, analyze, and identify potential problems, the same alarms that meet the preset conditions can be aggregated and a new alarm is generated by setting aggregation rules.

You have the operation rights for Alarm Settings.

Choose Fault > Alarm Settings from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Aggregation Rules.

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Updated: 2019-09-07

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