Table 34 Command output
owned by owner is status.
Take the action action when
last triggered at
display rmon eventlog
Use display rmon eventlog to display event log entries.
display rmon eventlog [ entry-number ]
Predefined user roles
Event entry owner and status.
entry-number—Event entry index (MIB object eventIndex).
owner—Entry owner (MIB object eventOwner).
status—Entry status (MIB object eventStatus):
VALID—The entry is valid.
UNDERCREATION—The entry is invalid.
The status field is not configurable at the CLI. All alarm entries created from the
CLI are valid by default.
The display rmon event command can display invalid entries, but the display
current-configuration and display this commands do not display their settings.
Event description (MIB object eventDescription).
SNMP community name for the RMON event (MIB object eventCommunity). You
can specify an SNMP community name when you create an RMON event entry,
but the setting does not take effect. The system always uses the settings
configured with the SNMP feature when it sends RMON event notifications.
Actions that the system takes when the event occurs (MIB object eventType):
none—Takes no action.
log—Logs the event.
trap—Sends an SNMP notification.
log-trap—Logs the event and sends an SNMP notification.
Last time when the event occurred, which is represented as the amount of time
that elapsed since the system startup. The MIB object for this field is