This example assumes that you have configured an alert which notifies you when nodes on a subnet become inoperative. In this specific case, you configured an alert to notify you when workstations on a segment of your network on the other side of a particular router are unavailable. You only want to be alerted to Node failures if the router is still operational.
The router should not be included in the group of monitored objects. The failure of the router is the trigger for suppressing the alert. Create another alert to be notified of the failure of the router.
In this example, Node Status.
You can select only one property per suppression condition.
The object types available on the Network Object tab depend on the choice you made on the Properties to Monitor dialog. If you chose to monitor an interface-related property, you would see a list of available Interfaces. You chose a node-related property, Toolset Network Performance Monitor presents a list of nodes.
Suppressions are enabled automatically.