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Route Down/Up notication email

I'm unable to configure a notification email to be sent when either of my two (2) 4230 sensors go offline. The logging/notification options of CSPM are a bit confusing. One would think setting "www 80" under Connection Signatures to "IP Log" would log all port 80 connections. Well, at least, mine doesn't.

How do I configure CSPM to send me an email if a probe losses connectivity?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Route Down/Up notication email

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Re: Route Down/Up notication email

Please see http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/707/idsemailcspm_6155.html

for setting up email notifications.

the "ip log" option is for capturing packet dumps of conversaions between source and destination of an attack and should NOT normally be configured unless you have a specific reason for doing it. By default ALL signatures are logged.

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