The following actions are available for trap alerts. For more information about assigning and configuring alert actions, see Add alert actions.
|Delete unwanted traps sent to the SNMP Trap server|
|Add a custom tag to received traps. Ensure you include the Tag column in the viewer when assigning a tag.|
|Assign a specific color for display in the Orion Web Console and the Trap Viewer to flag traps matching the rule|
|Specifies a file and a series of variables with which to tag traps sent to the file. The log file that you want to use must be created first.|
|Writes a message to the local Windows Event Log or to a remote Windows Event Log|
|Specifies the IP address or host name and the port on which to forward the trap. Specify the IP address or host name of the trap destination and the port on which the trap should be sent. Check Include Source Address to include the IP address of the trap source.|
|Plays a sound when a matching SNMP trap is received|
|Defines a specific speech engine, the speed, pitch, volume, and message to read|
|Specifies an external program to launch using a batch file. This action is used when creating real-time change notifications in SolarWinds UDT.|
|Launches a VB Script using the selected script interpreter engine and a saved script file|
Sends out a Windows Net message either to a specific computer or to an entire domain or workgroup
The only operating systems supporting Windows Net Messaging on which SolarWinds supports SolarWinds installations are Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP. SolarWinds only supports Orion evaluations on Windows XP.
|Sends out an email from a specified account to an address, using a specific SMTP server, and containing a customizable subject and message|
Stop Processing Trap Rules
|Stops the processing of SNMP trap rules for the matching trap|
Change the status of an interface
SolarWinds NPM can change the status of an interface from which a trap is received. Designate the status to which .the interface should change.
This action is only available and functional for installations of Orion Network Performance Monitor. For more information, see the SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor Administrator Guide.