This is not possible for LMS to do directly. However, you could setup IP SLA collectors (using IPM) to ping these devices, then have the IP SLA source devices send syslog messages to RME when the pings timeout. RME could then notify you via email using an Automated Action.
First, go to IPM > Admin > IPSLA Syslog Configuration. Enable syslog on the source device(s). Then, define an Operation under IPM > Collector Mgmt > Operations with an enabled reaction. For example, create a timeout reaction with a threshold type of "immediate", and a reaction of "SNMP Trap". Then, create a Collector using that Operation on your source device. When the event occurs (e.g. a timeout in this case), a syslog message will be generated by the source device (in addition to an SNMP trap).
Now, in RME, go to RME > Tools > Syslog > Automated Actions, and define a new Automated Action. The message to match will be:
Facility : RTT
Severity : 3
Mnemonic : IPSLATHRESHOLD
Description : *
Then, any time the threshold is violated, RME will generate the desired action (e.g. email).
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