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Using alerts with IPAM

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Created by Nanette.Neal, last modified by Nanette.Neal on Jul 12, 2016

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Orion IPAM provides the ability to alert on high Subnet and DHCP scope utilizations. By default, Orion IPAM provides advanced alerts that are configured at install. The following alerts are available and functional as soon as Orion IPAM is installed, giving you immediate insight into the status and performance of your subnets and DHCP scope management:

  • High DHCP Scope Usage Monitoring. This alert will write to IPAM event log when a scopes usage surpasses 75%
  • High Subnet Usage Monitoring. This alert will write to IPAM event log when a subnets usage surpasses 75%

When you first log on to the IPAM Web Console, if there are any devices on your network that trigger any of these alerts, the Active Alerts resource on the Network Summary Home view displays the triggered alerts with a brief description. You can then acknowledge these alerts from the Alerts view.

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