thresholds generate alerts or alarms for the average number of calls setup. A
threshold can be configured to report this information for an entire context or
for an individual HA service. Thresholds can also be configured for
registration reply, re-registration reply and de-registration reply errors for
individual HA services.
Alerts or alarms are
triggered for these HA thresholds based on the following rules:
Enter condition: Actual
average of call setups or actual number of errors > or = High Threshold
Clear condition: Actual
average of call setups or actual number of errors < Low Threshold
If a trigger
condition occurs within the polling interval, the alert or alarm is not
generated until the end of the polling interval.
The following table
describes the possible methods for configuring HA Service thresholds:
This threshold keeps track of the average number of call setups
for all HA services in a context. When the actual average of call setups per
polling period meets or exceeds the set high threshold an alert or alarm is
HA services send and receive registration messages. The
thresholds in the HA Service-Level can be configured to monitor thresholds for
registration reply, re-registration reply, and de-registration reply errors.
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 save configuration.
For additional information on how to verify and save configuration
files, refer to the System
Administration Guide and the Command Line Interface
There is only
one HA service threshold that can be configured, the average number
of call setups for all HA services in a context.