In addition to the settings provided, the display also identifies the number of sensors to be modified, the name of the sensor (Sensor Name), the type of sensor (Sensor Type) and value currently read by the sensor (Current Reading), and allows you to define a name for the threshold setting (Threshold Name).
When more than one sensor is selected, the name of the sensor is identified in the display as <Multiple>, and value currently read by the sensor is identified as <Multiple Values>.
|Threshold value||Define the criteria for the threshold.
The available value fields will depend on the type of numerical or state threshold selected.
|Enabled||Select to enable the threshold, if it is disabled.
Thresholds are enabled by default.
|Severity||Select the severity you want associated with the threshold: Information, Warning, Error, Critical, or Failure.|
|Return-to-Normal Delay||Define a delay, in seconds, that will occur after a threshold is no longer violated before the alarm condition clears. This delay helps prevent multiple alarms for values that may rapidly switch between alarm and non-alarm conditions before a problem finally clears.|
|Return-to-Normal Requires User Input||Select Yes to clear a threshold violation only when a user with Administrator privileges marks the alarm condition as resolved.|
|Custom Description||Provide a description you want included in a threshold's alarm notifications.|
|Custom URL||Identify an Internet address you want included in an alarm notification for the threshold.|