I get a lot of OperationallyDown notifications on email. So, on DFM->Device Management->Device Details->View, all device interfaces are put to the "false" value. I guess this means no interfaces will be managed on the device?
I made sure that the device is reachable from LMS. In Notification Services, I created an event set A with only "OperationallyDown" type of event.
I still receive a ton of email notifications
Here's the email I get:
EVENT ID = 000701T
ALERT ID = 000030H
TIME = Tue 21-Jun-2011 16:56:40 CEST
STATUS = Active
SEVERITY = Critical
MANAGED OBJECT = 10.101.16.126
MANAGED OBJECT TYPE = Routers
EVENT DESCRIPTION = OperationallyDown::Component=I-Interface_Fault_MIB2-IF-10.101.16.126/77;ComponentClass=Interface;ComponentEventCode=1075;Type=GENERIC;IsFlapping=false;AdminStatus=TESTING;MaxSpeed=0;OperStatus=OTHER;InterfaceCode=CODEUNKNOWN;Mode=NORMAL;DuplexMode=UN
Go to DFM > Notification Services > Event Sets
Here is the User Guide.
Event sets are groups of the events you want to monitor. You can create up to nine event sets, labeled A through I.
After you have created an event set, you can apply as many of them as you want to a notification group, thereby tracking the specific events in which you are interested. If you do not specify an event set, DFM will monitor all events and alerts for notifications.
Hope that helps.