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test alarm-origination

test alarm-origination

test alarm-origination

Is there a "test alarm-origination" command available in Modular Messaging?

If so, how?


RE: test alarm-origination

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 Resetting alarm origination
If system attempts to make an alarm call repeatedly fail, the system will stop attempting to report existing alarms, even if additional alarms subsequently occur. The test alarm origination function will also fail if the system is in this state.

The problem that prevented the alarm calls from being successfully completed must be resolved. If it is not, then alarm origination will simply stop again after repeated call attempts fail.


To allow the system to begin making calls about alarms again:

Start at the Messaging Administration main menu and select:
Basic System Administration
     Alarming Administration

The system displays the Alarm Management page.

Select Inactive from the Alarm Origination drop-down list.
Click Save.
Now select Active from the Alarm Origination drop-down list.
Click Save.
Alarm origination is restored.

Click Return to Main to return to the Messaging Administration main menu.


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