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3.13. THE PEF TABLE AND SNMP TRAPS

Table 3.36: PEF Configuration Parameters

Parameter Alert String (some parts volatile)

Keys are

# 12

Description Some actions require alert strings for paging an operator. This key is used in conjunction with the alert policy table (table 3.38) in some cases. If bit 7 of byte 3 of an alert policy table entry is set to 1, then it will use the alert string set field from that table and the event filter number from the event being processed to search this table. If it finds a match, it will use the alert string that corresponds with the same index as the entry in this table. For instance, if entry 4h of this table has a 3h in byte 1 and a 7h in byte 2, if event filter 4 matches an event and the alert policy used has 87h in byte 3, then the alert string entry 4h of the alert strings are used.

byte

0

bits 0-6 - The set selector, the array index of which alert key to set. Entry 0h is volatile and used by the Alert Im- mediate command as described in section 3.13.5. Entries

1h-7h are non-volatile. All other entries are

reserved.

bit 7 - reserved

byte

1

bits

0-6

  • -

    Event

filter

number

to

match

bit 7 - reserved

byte

2

bits

0-6

  • -

    Alert

String

Set

to

match

bit

7

  • -

    reserved

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