Thresholding Configuration Guide, StarOS Release 21.3
Chapter: PDG/TTG Thresholds
alerts or alarms based on either the total number of PDG/TTG
calls set up by the system during the specified polling interval,
or on the number of currently active calls only.
Alerts or alarms are
triggered for call setups based on the following rules:
If a trigger condition
occurs within the polling interval, the alert or alarm will not
be generated until the end of the polling interval.
Default value is 0, which
means there will be no monitoring.
The polling interval
is in seconds and it is an integer between 30 and 60000. Entries
will be rounded up to the nearest 30 seconds.
Use the following
configuration example to enable, disable and configure PDG/TTG
no | default ] threshold monitoring pdg-service [
default ] threshold pdg-current-sessions <high_thresh> [ clear <low_thresh> ] [
default ] threshold poll pdg-current-sessions interval <time> [
default ] threshold pdg-current-active-sessions <high_thresh> [ clear <low_thresh> ] [
default ] threshold poll pdg-current-active-sessions interval <time> end
Saving Your Configuration
When you configure
thresholds they are not permanent unless you save the changes. When you
have completed configuring thresholds, save your configuration to
flash memory, an external memory device, and/or a network
location using the Exec mode command
For additional information on how to verify and save configuration
files, refer to the save configuration System
Administration Guide and the Command Line Interface
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