[ENG] 5.6. [DKSF 70/71.6 IU] I Want to Configure Sending Notifications When Changing a Status of a Humidity Sensor. How Can I Do This?

Configuring sending notifications when changing a status of a humidity sensor is performed on the page «HUMIDITY» of a device web interface:

Configuring sending notifications when changing a status of a humidity sensor in a web interface of the device UniPing server solution v3SMS

When clicking the button «Setup» a menu of settings appears to configure sending notifications of the next types: Log, Syslog, E-mail, SMS (in a device with a built-in GSM modem) and SNMP Trap:

Configuring notifications for humidity sensors in a web interface of the device UniPing server solution v3SMS

where:

Humidity is above Safe Range – is a checkbox when checked a device will send notifications if a relative humidity is above top margin of a safe humidity range. On default: checkbox is not checked

Humidity is in Safe Range – is a checkbox, when checked a device will send notifications if a relative humidity is in a safe humidity range. On default: checkbox is not checked

Humidity is above Safe Range – is a checkbox, when checked a device will send notifications if a relative humidity is below bottom margin of a safe humidity range. On default: checkbox is not checked

Temperature is above Safe Range – is a checkbox, when checked a device will send notifications if a temperature is above a top margin of a safe temperature range. On default: checkbox is not checked

Temperature is in Safe Range – is a checkbox, when checked a device will send notifications is a temperature is in a safe temperature range. On default: checkbox is not checked

Temperature is Below Safe Range – is a checkbox, when checked a device will send notifications if a temperature is below a bottom margin of a safe temperature range. On default: checkbox is not checked

Sensor fault – is a checkbox, when checked a device will send notifications if a connection with a sensor is lost/restored. On defaultcheckbox is not checked

Include in summary report – is a checkbox, when checked reports about a status of a humidity sensor will be sent via e-mail and/or SMS (in a device with a built-in GSM modem). Time for sending reports is configured on the pages «SMS» and «E-MAIL». On default: checkbox is not checked

It is possible to direct all events from all humidity sensors by a single snmpTrapOID notification or divide events and numbers of humidity sensors through different snmpTrapOID notifications, up to totally individual ones by using checkboxes «Use common snmpTrapOID for all events» and «Use common snmpTrapOID for all channels». This allows receiving individual SNMP Trap notifications for further processing in monitoring systems, for example, dampness of a humidity sensor 3 or humidity sensor 2 works normally. When a humidity sensor fails, two SNMP Trap notifications are received: one notification is on humidity and the other one is on temperature.

A description of snmpTrapOID humidity and temperature from a humidity sensor:

snmpTrapOIDDescription
If checkboxes «Use common snmpTrapOID for all events» and «Use common snmpTrapOID for all channels» are not checked, a code of an event and a number of a sensor are included in snmpTrapOID and can be used in a monitoring system for detailed determining a cause and source of a trap.
.1.3.6.1.4.1.25728.8400.D.S.N

snmpTrapOID from a humidity sensor.

where:

D – is a code of a source of a Trap notification, possible values are: 6 (humidity SNMP Trap), 7 (temperature SNMP Trap);

S – is a code of a status of a sensor (event), possible values are: 100 (failure), 101 (below safe range), 102 (in a safe range), 103 (above a safe range);

N – is a code of a number of a sensor channel, possible values are from 1 to 4

If a checkbox «Use common snmpTrapOID for all events» is not checked, an event code S is always 127, at any event
.1.3.6.1.4.1.25728.8400.D.127.NAt this setting, a code of a status of a sensor is set to «127» – therefore it is a common snmpTrapOID for all events
If a checkbox «Use common snmpTrapOID for all channels» is checked, an event code N is always 99, at any event
.1.3.6.1.4.1.25728.8400.D.S.99At this setting, a code of a number of a sensor channel is set to «99» – therefore it is a common snmpTrapOID for all channels
If checkboxes «Use common snmpTrapOID for all events» and «Use common snmpTrapOID for all channels» are checked, an event code S is always 127 and an event code N is always 99, at any event
.1.3.6.1.4.1.25728.8400.D.127.99At this setting, a sensor status code is set to «127», and a code number of a sensor channel is set to «99» – therefore it is a common snmpTrapOID for all events and channels

After setting all necessary parameters, click the button «Apply changes».