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How to disable Email notification for virtual host failover?

Applicable Version: 10.02.0 Build 473 onwards

Virtual Host maps services of a public IP Address to services of a host in a private network.A Virtual host can be a single IP address, an IP address range or a Cyberoam interface itself.  

Cyberoam offers virtual hosts to be mapped with multiple servers so it is possible that any of the mapped servers is not reachable or failed. To handle such situation, Cyberoam supports Load Balancing using which the Administrator can load balance traffic passing through Cyberoam to multiple internal servers.

For details on load balancing refer to the article Configure Virtual Host with Load Balancing and Health Checking. 

Cyberoam can be configured to send notification email to the administrator. By default notifications settings are enabled in Cyberoam, configuration shown in this article can be used to disable Email notification for virtual host failover. 

Note: 

The notification for virtual host failover will work only: 

•  Notification settings are configured from System > Configuration > Notifications.
  In virtual host configuration, Health Check is enabled. 
 

Use the following steps to disable mail notifications for virtual host failover: 

1.    Logon to CLI Console via Telnet or SSH. You can also access the CLI Console by clicking Console Button on the upper right corner of the 
       Web Admin Console screen. 

       Note: 

       From firmware version 10.6.1 onwards, the Console button is visible to the Super Administrator ONLY

2.    Choose option 4. Cyberoam Console

3.    Execute the following command to disable mail notifications for virtual host failover. 

      console> set virtual host failover mail-notification disable
 
 

 

The above configuration disables the mail notifications for virtual host failover.

                                                                                                                         

 

                                                                                  

 

                                                                                                               Document Version: 1.0 – 15 May, 2015                        

 

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