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hi Experts,
i have purchased PRTG Network Monitor and im configuring notification for each group/device.

what would be you recommendation for the following triggers so i wont be SPAMMED with notifications.?

•State Triggers: Trigger a notification when a sensor enters an UP, DOWN, WARNING or UNUSUAL state. For state triggers, there are also escalation notifications available
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•Speed Triggers: Trigger a notifications when a traffic sensor reaches a certain bandwidth limit for a specified time.

•Volume Triggers: Trigger a notification when a traffic sensor has reached a certain volume limit in a specified time.

•Threshold Triggers: Trigger out notifications when certain values are measured by a sensor.

•Change Triggers: Change triggers are triggered by some sensors whenever the content of a file or the event log has changed.


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You are going to have to play a little. since this is device and network dependent.

All triggers may not be the same for each sensor, so first start with what seems logical for your needs for alerts and tweak as needed.

I hope this helps !
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