To provide more information to the recipient of the alert, the variables below are available when creating Auto-Response email, SMS and custom script actions. When the Auto-Response is triggered, each variable name is substituted with information pertaining to the triggered state of the Auto-Response.
For email and SMS actions, you may use these variables in the Send Email/SMS -> Email/SMS Text field. For custom script actions, you may use these variables in the Run Custom Script -> Argument fields.
|$AR_TRIGGER_VAL||The value configured in Check Conditions that triggers this Auto-Response||An Environmental Check with configured trigger value of: 40|
|$AR_PROPERTY||Where available, additional information about the specific property of the port, device or host being checked||A Serial Signal Check with a property of 1, 2 or 3 indicates CTS, DCD or DSR respectively|
|$AR_VAL||The value that has currently triggered the Auto-Response (as matched against $AR_TRIGGER_VAL)||An Environmental Check with a current value of: 42|
|$AR_NAME||The configured name of the Auto-Response||Data Center 1 Temperature Alert|
|$AR_CHECK_DEV||The human-readable name of the port, device or host being checked||Port 3|
|$AR_DEV_REF||The internal infod name of the port, device or host being checked||config.ports.port3|
|$TIMESTAMP||The date and time at which the Auto-Response has triggered||2016 Mar 22 14:44:02|
|$HOSTNAME||The hostname of the Opengear device||dc1-im7248|
|$CELLNUM||The incoming phone number that has triggered this Auto-Response (SMS Command check only)||447555012345|
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