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CLI Reference

config system alert-policy

Use this command to configure automation stitches.

Before you begin:

You must have read-write permission for Security Fabric settings.

Syntax

config system alert-policy

edit "alert_policy_name"

set status {enable|disable}

set action <action_name>

set action_interval <int>

set type {ha-failover | interface-metric | period-block-ip | schedule | security-event | slb-metric | system-event | system-metric}

set comments comments

config alert-member

edit "alert_member_name"

set alert-name <system_alert_name>

next

end

next

end

 

The <action_name> is defined in config system alert-action, and the <system_alert_name> in config system alert.

 

The automation stitches CLI commands are recommended to use only for debug purpose. To configure the stitches through GUI, refer to "Chapter 23: Security Fabric" in FortiADC Handbook.

 

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config system alert-policy

Use this command to configure automation stitches.

Before you begin:

You must have read-write permission for Security Fabric settings.

Syntax

config system alert-policy

edit "alert_policy_name"

set status {enable|disable}

set action <action_name>

set action_interval <int>

set type {ha-failover | interface-metric | period-block-ip | schedule | security-event | slb-metric | system-event | system-metric}

set comments comments

config alert-member

edit "alert_member_name"

set alert-name <system_alert_name>

next

end

next

end

 

The <action_name> is defined in config system alert-action, and the <system_alert_name> in config system alert.

 

The automation stitches CLI commands are recommended to use only for debug purpose. To configure the stitches through GUI, refer to "Chapter 23: Security Fabric" in FortiADC Handbook.

 

Related topics: