Mute Alerts in SolarWinds 2023

To Mute Alerts in SolarWinds 2023, you can follow these steps:

  1. Open the SolarWinds application and log in with your username and password.
  2. Navigate to the “Alerts” tab or section of the application.
  3. Find the alert that you want to mute. This can typically be done by using the search function or by sorting the alerts by various criteria (e.g., severity, time, device).
  4. Click on the alert to view its details.
  5. In the alert details page, look for a button or option to “Mute” or “Suppress” the alert. This option may be located in a menu or as a button within the alert details page.
  6. Click on the “Mute” or “Suppress” button to mute the alert.
  7. Depending on the configuration of your SolarWinds installation, you may be prompted to specify the duration for which you want to mute the alert or to provide a reason for muting the alert. Follow the prompts to complete the process of muting the alert.
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Keep in mind that muting an alert does not resolve the issue that triggered the alert. It simply prevents the alert from being displayed or generating notifications until it is unmuted. It is important to address the underlying issue that caused the alert to be triggered in order to prevent it from reoccurring in the future.

Configure the Scheduled Maintenance tasks

To configure scheduled maintenance tasks in SolarWinds, you can follow these steps:

  1. Open the SolarWinds application and log in with your username and password.
  2. Navigate to the “Maintenance” tab or section of the application.
  3. Click on the “Add Maintenance Window” button to create a new scheduled maintenance task.
  4. In the configuration window that appears, specify the details of the maintenance task, including the name of the task, the devices or components that will be affected, the start and end times for the maintenance window, and any additional notes or instructions for the task.
  5. You can also specify the type of maintenance that will be performed (e.g., update, upgrade, repair, etc.), as well as any custom properties or tags that you want to associate with the task.
  6. When you have finished configuring the maintenance task, click on the “Save” button to create the task.
  7. The maintenance task will now appear in the list of scheduled maintenance tasks, and will be automatically activated at the specified start time.

You can also use the maintenance tab to view a list of all scheduled and completed maintenance tasks, as well as to edit or delete existing tasks. You can also use the maintenance tab to configure recurring maintenance tasks, which will automatically be scheduled at regular intervals (e.g., daily, weekly, monthly).

How do I turn off SolarWinds alerts?

To turn off alerts in SolarWinds, you will need to log in to the Orion Web Console as an administrator and follow these steps:

  1. Click on the “Settings” menu in the top navigation bar.
  2. From the dropdown menu, click on “Manage Alerts.”
  3. In the left-hand menu, click on “Active Alerts.”
  4. This will bring up a list of all the active alerts in your system. To disable an alert, click on the checkbox next to it and then click on the “Disable” button.

You can also disable alerts for a specific node or interface by clicking on the node or interface in the Orion Web Console and then clicking on the “Alerts” tab. From there, you can disable alerts for that specific node or interface by clicking on the checkbox next to the alert and then clicking on the “Disable” button.

Note that disabling an alert will prevent it from being triggered in the future, but it will not remove any past instances of the alert from the database. If you want to completely remove an alert from the system, you will need to delete it. To do this, follow the same steps as above, but instead of clicking on the “Disable” button, click on the “Delete” button.

Step to do wan killer test on wan Link via Solarwind

To perform a WAN killer test on a WAN link using SolarWinds, you will need to log in to the Orion Web Console as an administrator and follow these steps:

  1. Click on the “Settings” menu in the top navigation bar.
  2. From the dropdown menu, click on “Manage Alerts.”
  3. In the left-hand menu, click on “WAN Killer Tests.”
  4. Click on the “Create WAN Killer Test” button.
  5. In the “Test Name” field, enter a name for your test.
  6. In the “Test Interval” field, enter how often you want the test to run.
  7. In the “Test Duration” field, enter how long you want the test to run each time it is triggered.
  8. In the “Test Protocol” field, select the protocol you want to use for the test. Options include ICMP, TCP, and UDP.
  9. In the “Test Target” field, enter the IP address or hostname of the device you want to test.
  10. Click on the “Create” button to create the test.

Once the test is created, it will run at the specified interval and test the WAN link by sending packets to the target device using the chosen protocol. If the test fails, an alert will be triggered. You can view the results of the test by clicking on the “WAN Killer Tests” tab in the left-hand menu and selecting the test you want to view.

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