Alerting the administrator of a telnet to router or a switch is possible with Syslog monitoring
Syslog monitoring in OpManager provides a rule-based method of reading syslogs and associating alerts to these syslogs to notify admins or perform other network management tasks. OpManager’s Syslog daemon supports a wide number of devices across multiple platforms. It supports any syslog exporting device or applications viz. Servers (Linux, UNIX, AIX and Solaris), routers, switches & etc.
Follow the steps given below to Add Syslog Rules:
Syslog is a client/server protocol that sends event notification messages to the syslog receiver. These event notification messages (usually called as syslog messages) help in identifying the authorized and unauthorized activities like installing software, accessing files, illegal logins etc. that take place in the network. In OpManager Syslog rules help in notifying you if some particular syslog messages such as kernel messages, system daemons, user level messages etc. are sent by the devices.
Apart from the pre-defined syslog rules you can also add any number of syslog rules. Here are the steps to add a syslog rule:
To clear or rearm the event: