NW Cfg: Servers Tab

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Servers Tab describes the components of the Global Notifications > Servers tab. This tab enables to configure notification servers. Global Notifications configurations define notifications settings for Event Source Management (ESM), Health and Wellness, Global Audit Logging, Event Stream Analysis (ESA), and RESPOND. 

Configure Notification Servers in the Servers tab. On the Servers tab, add the servers from which you want to receive notifications from the system. For Global Audit Logging, define Log Decoders as Syslog Notification Servers.

Event Stream Analysis can send notifications to users through email, SNMP, or Syslog when an alert is triggered on the ESA service. These alert notification senders are called Notification Servers. You can configure multiple notification settings and use them while defining an ESA rule, for example, you can configure multiple mail servers or Syslog servers and use the settings while defining an ESA rule.

Workflow

Workflow for server tab

The workflow shows the necessary procedures to configure and verify the Servers for Global Notifications. You can perform the following:

  • Configure the Email settings as a notification server.
  • Configure SNMP settings as a notification server.
  • Configure Syslog settings as a notification server.
  • Configure a Script as a notification server.

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Quick Look

The following example illustrates Global Notification Servers configuration.

Global notification server configuration tab

                                     
1Displays the Server Tab Panel.
2Selects a row for an action in the toolbar. Selecting the checkbox in the column title selects or deselects all rows in the grid.
3Indicates whether the configuration is enabled. A solid colored green circle indicates that a configuration is enabled. A blank white circle indicates that a configuration is not enabled.
4Identifies or labels the configuration.
5Identifies the configuration output. The outputs are Email, SNMP, Syslog, and Script. 
6Describes the configuration.
7Shows the date and time of the last configuration change. 
8Provides an Actions menu  for the selected configuration with actions that can be taken on the configuration. The Actions menu enables you to delete, edit, duplicate, and export the configuration. 

The Global Notifications panel toolbar is at the top of the Output tag and provides the following options:


                                     
1Adds a notification output
2Configures Email, SNMP, Syslog, and Script notification settings.
3Removes a selected notification configuration. You cannot delete notification servers and notification types that are associated with global audit log configurations. If you attempt to delete a notification output (notification) being used by alerts, you will receive a warning confirmation message that the alerts using the notification will not function properly. The message shows the number of alerts in use. You can also delete a configuration by selecting a configuration and then in the Actions column, selecting  > Delete.
4Edits a selected notification configuration. You can also edit a configuration by selecting a configuration and then in the Actions column, selecting  > Edit. 
5Duplicates a selected notification configuration. You can also duplicate a configuration by selecting a configuration and then in the Actions column, selecting  > Duplicate.
6Displays the following options:
  • Import: Imports a notification server, type, or template. For example, on the Servers tab, you can import a notification server configuration.
  • Export All: Exports all of the configurations. For example, if you are on the Servers tab, you can export all of the notification server configurations.
  • Export: Exports a selected configuration. You can also export a configuration by selecting a configuration and then in the Actions column, selecting  > Export.
7Filters by Email, SNMP, Syslog, or Script.
8Searches configurations in the grid.
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