Is is possible to configure the threshold-rising and threshold-falling on Bandwidth at the same time? There is a requirement to fire an alert every time util_in/util_out exceeds > 90 % (threshold-rising) and if drops < 10 % (Threshold falling).
Please let me know where should I configure it, I have tried to configure the 'type' => 'threshold-rising/falling' in Common-threshold.nmis file but it doesn't seem to be working.
If I have to configure the alert section in Model-CiscoRouter.nmis, then what configuration should I have to do?
In order to accomplish this you will need to create two separate thresholds (one for falling, one for rising). We have a Wiki page with examples that will help in walking you through creating thresholds.
Wiki link - Basic and Advanced Thresholds in NMIS8
Thanks for your response. I have gone through the link you have provided, please let me know for the specific scenario I have mentioned above, where should I configure the thresholds, in the Common-thresholds.nmis or Model-CiscoRouter.nmis?
Also, can you please explain where exactly should I have to add the "threshold-rising/falling" field?
During testing, I have added the threshold section in Model-net-snmp for Bandwidth thresholds and added a threshold named util_in_test and configured it also I have changed the util_in to util_out_test in interface section so it can match it , but when I am testing the thresholds using the nmis.pl command, it is giving following error messages:
doThreshold, threshold-util_in_test,util_out_test found in section=interfae type=interface indexed=true
WORKING ON Threshold for thrname=util_in_test,util_out_test type=interface item=
runThrHld, processing threshold util_in_test
GetThresholdLevel, start threshold=util_in_test, index=2 item=
getThresholdLevel, ERROR, util_in_test in Model-net-snmp has no select!
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