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12/23/2020 at 1:11 AM #87AnonymousInactive
Need a bot that reads DFS Alert emails coming from UISP
the middle man email server would read the emails for what AP too the DFS hit
you legally need to wait 45 min to reboot a DFS hit
so the bot would send a Slack and or google chat message saying “AP Name took a DFS Hit Rebooting in 45min”
Then after the 45min wait, it would check if you already rebooted that AP in the last 45 min
if a reboot was detected it would send a slack/google chat saying a reboot was detected auto-reboot canceled
if no reboot detected after 45 min it would send a message saying it rebooted DFS Hit AP name Successfully
12/23/2020 at 10:42 AM #90chiefKeymaster
Got it, this one, I could have dumped out pretty quick. so here’s my only request. Get 10 other people to commend on these plugins over the next week, and I will dump out a platform to manage everything.
12/28/2020 at 12:25 AM #105AnonymousInactive
I can’t make that deal
Just PM me pricing or I can find someone else
09/26/2021 at 9:47 PM #171AnonymousInactive
On the DFS bot – It’s a great idea. I think you should make it and then present it rather than wait for people to ask for it. One proble though is that there are different DFS rules in different countries. But it doesn’t need to be that complex. The real problem is UNMS generates so many notifications that we have no way to filter important ones.
I think what would be “good enough” and have broad appeal would be a general SMS notifier where you can flag a wide variety of events that would trigger a notification. I can see it in my head already.
Notification type, SMS/email(s) to notify on the event.
Event types: Customer or network
Customer notification types
CPE Outage, Signal strength change (+/-X), Payment made, ticket opened, etc
DFS hit (AP name), network loss, ping failure(xms), device down, etc
Then an option to setup another ruleset.
Leave it at that vor V1. I guarantee you you’ll have a hundred people wanting it. And a 1000 requests for what you should add next of course. 🙂
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