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Create ping threshold >Xms for all PING sensors?

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Hi there I have multiple devices, of which some have PING as a sensor. Sometimes, the devices upon which the PING sensor monitors,go well above the normal limit of <50ms. I would like to set up a threshold trigger that can be applied across ALL devices (or at least a selection of them),without having to go through ALL devices individually (say greater than 300ms over a 60 second period), and set this up/change it.

Is this possible, or do I need to (argghhh!!) go through every single PING sensor and set it up manually?

thanks

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Created on May 12, 2015 3:06:41 PM by  cabsandy (0) 1



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You could use a library for that - it lets you accumulate multiple sensors into nodes and you can create all kinds of notifications for that very node :)

That aaaargh gave me a good laugh by the way :D

Created on May 14, 2015 10:56:44 AM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]



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Glad I made you smile ;-)

So I have grouped about 10 sensors, which are all simple PING sensors, into a node, under a new library called NR PING devices. But when I go to Notifications, and try to set up a new Threshold trigger for that Node, the only options are Primary or Total, and the sub options are bytes and seconds-whereas if I go into each individual sensor, I do get the option under Threshold of Ping time, Min,Max etc etc

Should I be able to set those Ping Time,Min,Max etc for the node/library?

cheers

Created on May 15, 2015 9:56:34 AM by  cabsandy (0) 1



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Ignore my last, looks like I figured it out!

cheers

Created on May 15, 2015 11:57:01 AM by  cabsandy (0) 1



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