Observer Analyzer : Observer Analyzer : Alarms : Configuring and using alarms
Configuring and using alarms
Using alarms, you can trigger pre-defined actions to occur when network conditions are met, making network management simpler and more predictable.
Alarms are a powerful and often overlooked feature of Observer. Best of all, alarms allow you to proactively manage your network no matter where you are physically located.
There are two locations in Observer where alarms can be enabled, disabled, and configured. You may enable or disable all alarms associated with a specific probe instance or you may choose to disable individual alarms.
Alarms can be triggered on ATA response times measured in milliseconds (for example, 0.001).