Relevant and timely alarms are a key tool in managing network performance successfully.
However, often network administrators are overwhelmed by alarms – either they receive too
many, or the alarms they get aren’t relevant to them.
By setting up and using alarm properties to suit your needs, you’ll find them more helpful in
managing network performance, so you’ll be more proactive than reactive in detecting and
addressing problems on the network.
In this guide, you will learn about: