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What are the keywords that can be used in Netsight for adding variables to emails, syslog and traps.

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TitleWhat are the keywords that can be used in Netsight for adding variables to emails, syslog and traps.
Question
What are the keywords that can be used in Netsight for adding variables to emails, syslog and traps.
Environment
  • Netsight
  • EMC
  • Extreme Management  Center
  • Traps
  • syslog
  • email
Answer
KeywordReturned Value
Default Keywords
$typeThe notification type.
$triggerThe notification trigger.
$conditionsA list of the conditions specified in the notification action.
$serverThe Management Center server IP address.
End-System Keywords
$macAddressThe end-system's current MAC address.
$oldmacAddressThe end-system's previous MAC address.
$ipAddressThe end-system's current IP address.
$oldipAddressThe end-system's previous IP address.
$usernameThe current username used to authenticate the end-system.
$oldusernameThe previous username used to authenticate the end-system.
$hostnameThe end-system's hostname.
$oldhostNameThe end-system's previous hostname.
$operatingSystemNameThe full operating system running on the end-system.
$oldoperatingSystemNameThe previous full operating system the end-system was running.
$ESTypeThe end-system's current operating system family (for example, Windows, Mac, or Linux).
$oldESTypeThe end-system's previous operating system family (for example, Windows, Mac, or Linux).
$stateThe end-system's current state: ACCEPT, REJECT, SCAN, QUARANTINE, DISCONNECTED, or ERROR.
$oldstateThe end-system's previous state: ACCEPT, REJECT, SCAN, QUARANTINE, DISCONNECTED, or ERROR.
$stateDescrA description of the end-system's current state.
$oldstateDescrA description of the end-system's previous state.
$extendedStateAn extended description of the end-system's current state.
$oldextendedStateAn extended description of the end-system's previous state.
$switchIPThe IP address of the switch to which the end-system is currently connected.
$oldswitchIPThe IP address of the switch to which the end-system was previously connected.
$switchLocationThe physical location of the switch the end-system is currently connected to (for example, the building/floor location).
$oldswitchLocationThe physical location of the switch the end-system was previously connected to (for example, the building/floor location).
$switchPortThe ifIndex of the switch port the end-system is currently connected to.
$oldswitchPortThe ifIndex of the switch port the end-system was previously connected to.
$switchPortIdThe name of the switch port the end-system is currently connected to (for example, ge.1.1).
$oldswitchPortIdThe name of the switch port the end-system was previously connected (for example, ge.1.1).
$authTypeThe latest authentication method used by the end-system to connect to the network.
$oldauthTypeThe previous authentication method used by the end-system to connect to the network.
$allAuthTypesA comma-separated list of authentication types currently used for this end-system in its current location. The list is only provided if there is more than one authentication type.
$oldallauthTypesA comma-separated list of authentication types previously used for this end-system in its current location. The list is only provided if there is more than one authentication type.
$nacProfileNameThe Access Control profile currently assigned to the end-system.
$oldnacProfileNameThe Access Control profile previously assigned to the end-system.
$reasonThe reasons why the end-system is assigned its current Access Control profile or is in a particular state.
$oldreasonThe reasons why the end-system was assigned its previous Access Control profile or is in a particular state.
$policyThe access policy currently assigned to the end-system, if on a policy-based switch.
$oldpolicyThe access policy previously assigned to the end-system, if on a policy-based switch.
$firstSeentimeThe first time the end-system was seen by the Access Controlengine.
$lastSeenTimeThe last time the end-system was seen by the Access Control engine.
$oldlastSeenTimeThe previous last time the end-system was seen by the Access Control engine.
$nacApplianceIpThe IP address of the Access Control engine on which the end-system authenticated.
$oldnacApplianceIpThe IP address of the previous Access Control engine on which the end-system authenticated.
$nacapplianceGroupNameThe engine group for the Access Control engine where the end-system was last heard.
$oldnacApplianceGroupNameThe previous engine group for the Access Control engine where the end-system was last heard.
$lastScanTimeThe last time a scan was performed on the end-system.
$lastScanResultStateThe resulting state of the last scan: ACCEPT, QUARANTINE, or empty.
$ssidThe Service Set Identifier (SSID) of the wireless network to which the end-system is connected.
$oldssidThe Service Set Identifier (SSID) of the wireless network to which the end-system was previously connected.
$wirelessApThe name of the Wireless Access Point (AP) to which the end-system is connected. If the AP's name is unavailable, then the AP's MAC address is reported. If the MAC address is unavailable, then the AP's serial number is reported.
$oldwirelessApThe name of the Wireless Access Point (AP) to which the end-system was previously connected. If the AP's name is unavailable, then the AP's MAC address is reported. If the MAC address is unavailable, then the AP's serial number is reported.
$ifAliasThe ifAlias of the switch port to which the end-system is currently connected.
$oldifAliasThe ifAlias of the switch port to which the end-system was previously connected.
$ifDescriptionThe ifDescription of the switch port to which the end-system is currently connected.
$oldifDescriptionThe ifDescription of the switch port to which the end-system was previously connected.
$ifNameThe ifName of the switch port to which the end-system is currently connected.
$oldifNameThe ifName of the switch port to which the end-system was previously connected.
$custom1The text from the Custom 1 end-system information column.
$custom2The text from the Custom 2 end-system information column.
$custom3The text from the Custom 3 end-system information column.
$custom4The text from the Custom 4 end-system information column.
$regNameThe registered username supplied by the end user during the registration process.
$regEmailThe email address supplied by the end user during the registration process.
$regPhoneThe phone number supplied by the end user during the registration process.
$regData1The text from the Custom 1 registration field supplied by the end user during the registration process.
$regData2The text from the Custom 2 registration field supplied by the end user during the registration process.
$regData3The text from the Custom 3 registration field supplied by the end user during the registration process.
$regData4The text from the Custom 4 registration field supplied by the end user during the registration process.
$regData5The text from the Custom 5 registration field supplied by the end user during the registration process.
$regDeviceDescrThe device description supplied by the end user during the registration process.
$regSponsorThe registered device's sponsor.
$memberOfGroupsThe current list of MAC end-system groups listed in the Groups end-system information column.
$oldmemberOfGroupsThe previous list of MAC end-system groups listed in the Groups end-system information column.
$groupDescr1The entry description that was entered when the end-system was added to a MAC-based end-system group.
$groupDescr2The entry description that was entered when the end-system was added to a MAC-based end-system group.
$groupDescr3The entry description that was entered when the end-system was added to a MAC-based end-system group.
Registration Keywords
$categoryThe type of action that was performed, for example: Registered Device Added, Registered Device Updated, Registered User Added; Registered Device Removed, Registered User Removed.
$timeThe time the end-system registered to the network.
$sourceThe MAC address of the registered device or the name of the registered user.
$messageA message describing the action that was performed (for example, Added Registered Device for User: <username> - MacAddress: <MAC address>).
Health Result Keywords
$macAddressThe end-system's MAC address.
$ipAddressThe end-system's IP address.
$startScanDateThe date and time the scan started.
$endScanDateThe date and time the scan ended.
$hostUnreachableWhether the host was unreachable before or after the scan was run: true or false.
$testSetsA list of test sets that were run during assessment.
$totalScoreThe total sum of the scores for all the health details for the health result.
$topScoreThe highest score received for a health detail in the health result.
$riskLevelThe risk level assigned to the end-system based on the health result.
$riskLevelReasonThe reason the health result was placed into the specified risk level.
$assessmentSummaryA list of all the test cases that were run against the device during assessment.
$statusDetailA list of the vulnerabilities that were found during assessment.
$assessmentServerIpAddressThe IP address of the assessment server that performed the scan.
$assessmentServerNameThe name of the assessment server that performed the scan.
User Group Keywords
$nameThe name of the user group.
$createdByThe name of the user that created the user group.
$creationTimeThe time and date the user group was created.
$descriptionA description of the user group (if one was defined when the group was created).
$addedA comma-separated list of user entries that were added to the group during the change.
$removedA comma-separated list of user entries that were removed from the group during the change.
$lastModifiedTimeThe last time the user group was modified.
$oldlastModifiedTimeThe previous last time the user group was modified.
$lastModifiedByThe name of the user who most recently edited the user group.
$oldlastModifiedByThe name of the user who had previously edited the user group.
$revisionCounterThe current revision count (the number of changes that have been made) for the user group.
$oldrevisionCounterThe previous revision count (the number of changes that have been made) for the user group.
$listtypeOne of the following types: Username, LDAP User Group, RADIUS User Group.
End-System Group Keywords
$nameThe name of the end-system group.
$createdByThe name of the user that created the end-system group.
$creationTimeThe time and date the end-system group was created.
$descriptionA description of the end-system group (if one was defined when the group was created).
$addedA comma-separated list of end-system entries that were added to the group during the change.
$removedA comma-separated list of end-system entries that were removed from the group during the change.
$lastModifiedTimeThe last time the end-system group was modified.
$oldlastModifiedTimeThe previous last time the end-system group was modified.
$lastModifiedByThe name of the user who most recently edited the end-system group.
$oldlastModifiedByThe name of the user who had previously edited the end-system group.
$revisionCounterThe current revision count (the number of changes that have been made) for the end-system group.
$oldrevisionCounterThe previous revision count (the number of changes that have been made) for the end-system group.
$listtypeOne of the following types: MAC, IP, Hostname.
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