GE ML1200 Switch User Manual

SMTP alerts can be enabled or disabled globally.
User can defined a global default SMTP server identified by its IP address, TCP port
and retry count.
User can add up to five SMTP alert recipients. Each recipient is identified by an ID
and e-mail address. The e-mail address needs to be a valid address and can be an
alias setup for distribution to a larger audience.
Filters are provided for each recipient to allow only certain categories of traps and
events be sent by e-mail.
Each recipient can have its own SMTP server and TCP port number, if this is not
defined on a certain recipient, the default SMTP server and TCP port number is
17.1.2 Commands
The smtp command configures the SNMP alerts to be sent via e-mail.
smtp <enable|disable>
show smtp command displays the current SMTP global settings and recipients
displays the currently configured recipients of e-mail alerts.
show smtp <config|recipients>
add command adds a specific id, where id represents the recipient identification and
ranges from 1 to 5. The software allows a maximum of 5 recipients
add id=<1-5> email=<email-addr> [traps=<all|none|S|R|E>]
[events=<all|none|I|A|C|F|D>] [ip=<ip-addr>] [port=<1-65535>] [domain=<domain>]
add command has the following additional parameters:
email parameter is the e-mail address of the recipient.
The optional
traps parameter represents the trap filter. If value is all, all traps of
any type will be sent to this recipient. If value is none, no traps are sent to this
recipient. Value can also be a combination of 'S' (SNMP), 'R' (RMON) and 'E'
(enterprise). For example,
trap=SR means that SNMP and RMON traps will be sent
via e-mail to the recipient. If this option is not defined, the recipient will have a
default value of “all”.
The optional
events parameter is the event filter. Value can be “all” - all event
severity types will be sent to recipient, “none” - no event will be sent to recipient or
a combination of 'I' (informational), 'A' (activity), 'C' (critical), 'F' (fatal) and 'D' (debug).
With “
event=ACF” implies that events of severity types activity, critical and fatal will
be sent to recipients by e-mail. If this option is not defined, a value of “all” is taken.
The optional
ip parameter represents the SMTP server IP address. This is the SMTP
server to connect to for this particular user. If this option is not defined, the global/
default SMTP server is used.
The optional
port parameter specifies the TCP port of the SMTP server. If this is not
defined, the global default TCP port is used.
optional domain parameter specifies the domain name of the SMTP server. If this
is not defined, the global default domain name is used.