This section explains how notifications work in the load balancer. Notifications can be used to send email alerts when an unexpected event is detected.
The notifications page has two tabs: Alerts and Email.
Alert Services allows you to enable or disable notifications whenever a particular service malfunctions or if there is a package update. The are the Alerts services on SKUDONET ADC:
- Backends: Receive email notifications when a backend experiences an outage or restart.
- Cluster: Get notified via email when a cluster-related event occurs.
- License: Receive an alert when the node’s license is nearing expiration.
- Interface: Get notified when any interface experiences a state change.
- Package: Stay informed about pending package updates.
- Certificate: Receive alerts for expiring certificates that are currently in use.
Each alert service has a description, status, and actions.
Description: A brief explanation of what the alert is for.
Status: Whether the alert service is enabled or disabled.
Actions: The actions you can take with the alert service:
- Enable: Activates the alert service and starts sending email notifications.
- Disable: Deactivates the alert service and stops it from sending email notifications.
- Configure: Modifies the alert service configuration.
This section includes the following fields:
- Mail Server: The SMTP server used to send emails.
- Mail User: The email account or user account allowed to send emails. This is required if the mail server requires SMTP authentication.
- Mail Password: The SMTP server authentication password.
- From: The email account or name that appears as the sender of the email.
- To: The email account where the notifications will be sent. You can specify multiple email addresses, separated by commas.
- Enable TLS: Whether to enable or disable a secure TLS connection to send the emails.
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