Gateway Alerts

Aruba Central allows network administrators and users with admin permissions to configure alerts. For more information, see Configuring Alerts. Following are the SD-WAN Software-Defined Wide Area Network. SD-WAN is an application for applying SDN technology to WAN connections that connect enterprise networks across disparate geographical locations. and Gateway appliance-related alerts that you can configure:

To enable or disable all the gateway alerts on a single click, you can use the Enable All or Disable All button respectively.

Following are the SD-WAN Wide Area Network. WAN is a telecommunications network or computer network that extends over a large geographical distance. and Gateway appliance-related alerts that you can configure:

You can configure the following alerts for gateways running ArubaOS 8.0.x:

  • Gateway Emergency Mode—Generates an alert when a gateway enters the emergency mode, where all the uplinks are down and the backup uplink is activated.
  • VPN Peer Failover—Generates an alert when all the tunnels from the gateway to the primary VPN controller go down including via backup uplink and establishes a tunnel with the secondary VPN controller.

You can configure and enable these alerts for gateways running other ArubaOS versions also. However, these alerts will not be generated for gateways on versions other than ArubaOS 8.0.x.