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* KEYWORDS are Case Sensitive – use all lower case for keywords.
IPSentry utilizes a large set of key words to represent device, terminal, server, naming, statistics, states, and other information unique to a given event. These variables are useful for email messages, alpha pager messages, launching external commands, and SNMP trap descriptive, and some customization options within the detail reporting.
Here is a list of currently documented IPSentry keywords supported and a description of their translation.
Please note that version 4 keywords are currently supported – however, since they have been deprecated, they are no longer documented and may eventually become unsupported in future versions.
*Date / Time Formats: The date formats shown as long and short date / time format are based on your system date/time formatting...
Download and run the password manager from Aurora and install locally (to a machine with network access.)
Goto ftp_mess — passwordManager_aurora/ and get the serial number.
Once installed go to help–Enter Serial Number
Finally, open the remote file on the network:
It will ask you for a username and password in order to open the file.
Obtain an SSL certificate from:
Geotrust Free SSL Website –> Then click on FREE TRIAL
It will be valid for only 30days but can be used afterwards with just an SSL error popup showing once expired.
One needs to set up an IP address for the website for the SSL to work.
To find an IP Address, look in:
choose one from the IP’s for SSL or other uses range which is not listed. Once you have chosen an SSL to use, make sure you list it in the above text document.
Go to network connections on the server (Pyro), get the properties to network...