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Cisco Prime 3.8 remove some Switch/Router interfaces from monitoring

ryosaeba86
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Hi All,

 

I just installed Cisco Prime version 3.8 for a campus network. What I would now like to do is remove some ports (those connected to office PCs and / or telephones) from alarm monitoring. Now I get a lot of "link down" alerts that I don't care to monitor. Following other discussions I created a "Port Group" with only the UpLink ports later in Monitor-Monitor Policies I added a policies with the new group disabling the main Policies (Link & Trunk Ports).
But I still get "link down" alerts from other interfaces as well.

Do you have any suggestions?

Thanks

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marce1000
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 - You may be able to change the severity level (or category) of these alerts.

 M. 



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Madam, it all depends , in Riemann geometries the earth can be perfectly flat! The nun thanked him , he tripped and fell forward : the poor animal had forgotten that he might be living in a Riemann geometry too!


@marce1000 wrote:

 

 - You may be able to change the severity level (or category) of these alerts.

 M. 


Ok, sorry may you tell me how to do this?

Thanks.

 

 

                                                       - Have a look at this document :

          https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/net_mgmt/prime/infrastructure/3-2/user/guide/bk_CiscoPrimeInfrastructure_3_2_0_UserGuide/bk_CiscoPrimeInfrastructure_3_2_0_UserGuide_chapter_01001.html

 M.



-- ' A nun once asked a penguin ' do you think the earth is flat ? ; the penguin replied :
Madam, it all depends , in Riemann geometries the earth can be perfectly flat! The nun thanked him , he tripped and fell forward : the poor animal had forgotten that he might be living in a Riemann geometry too!
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