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System Manager - Reporting query

System Manager - Reporting query

System Manager - Reporting query

(OP)
Hi,
It is SMGR 8.1. We have many entity links working under this system manager. Wanted to know is there a report exists or is there any way I can check or generate a report of the entity's status?? how let's say I may be able to check in a week how many entity links were down and recovered or how many entity links are UP or active today.

Thanks

RE: System Manager - Reporting query

(OP)
Just wanted to update add the requirement, we wants to generate a summary report for entity`s daily or weekly status.

RE: System Manager - Reporting query

You should review System/Session Manager SNMP MIB files. Generally you can obtain the information through SNMP polling.

RE: System Manager - Reporting query

(OP)
Hi Avayaguy,
Can you please briefly mention the procedure? i need a report having full day status of SIP entities/Users.

RE: System Manager - Reporting query

(OP)
?

RE: System Manager - Reporting query

The first question is do you have a monitoring platform that is capable of doing snmp polling such as solarwinds?

RE: System Manager - Reporting query

(OP)
Hi avayaguy23, no we dont have any app like Solarwinds. Just wanted to know if it is possible to create such report using the buil-in report options.

RE: System Manager - Reporting query

Avaya does not have any built in reports. Would suggest looking into a monitoring platform or at the very least enable SNMP traps to alert you of issues.

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