I am having some pretty serious problems with my email notifications (I look forward to the day with anticipation and excitement when CSPM can generate SNMP traps!). When I generate the notifications, I select the check box to include event description, but it still only generates messages saying
"Subject: Cisco Notification"
"Message: High Severity Alarms"
This information doesn't tell me anything. How can I truly get it to include the event description?
Re: Email Notification Messages Not Providing Details
Putting in a signature name in addition to ID would be helpful also. "ID 2100" means absolutely nothing to me but "ICMP Network Sweep" does. Packet dump detail (like in 2.3i) is a great feature. This way you can determine what triggered the Alarm. Not quite sure why it was taken out in 2.3.1i Is that still the case with the latest update?
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