Syslog alert actions
The following alert actions are relevant if you are monitoring syslogs with the Orion Platform.
Delete unwanted Syslog messages sent to the Syslog server.
Add a custom tag to received Syslog messages. Ensure you include the Tag column in the viewer when assigning a tag.
Modify the severity, facility, type, or contents of a Syslog message.
Specify a file and a series of variables with which to tag Syslog messages sent to the file. Ensure you have already created the log file you want to use. The alert cannot create a file.
Write a message to local or remote Windows Event Logs.
Specify the IP address or hostname and the port to forward a Syslog event.
Trigger a new Syslog message, sent to a specific IP address or hostname, on a specific port, with a customizable severity, facility, and message.
Send a trap to an IP address following a specific trap template and using a specific SNMP community string.
Play a sound when a matching Syslog message is received.
Define the speech engine, speed, pitch, volume, and message to read.
Allows you to specify an external program to launch using a batch file. This action is used when creating real-time change notifications in Orion.
Launch a VB Script using the selected script interpreter engine and a saved script file.
Send a net message either to a specific computer or to an entire domain or work group.
Send an email from a specified account to a specified address, using a specific SMTP server, and containing a customizable subject and message.
Stop Processing Syslog Rules
Stops the processing of Syslog rules for the matching Syslog message.