Maintenance and Hibernation Mode for Devices

Maintenance and hibernation modes in OneClick let you suspend management traffic to a modeled device and its components. When a modeled device is in maintenance or hibernation mode, the SpectroSERVER continues to receive and process all SNMP traps for that device. However, it does not generate events or alarms for the device or its components.
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Maintenance and hibernation modes in OneClick let you suspend management traffic to a modeled device and its components. When a modeled device is in maintenance or hibernation mode, the SpectroSERVER continues to receive and process all SNMP traps for that device. However, it does not generate events or alarms for the device or its components.
Maintenance mode differs from hibernation mode by requiring you to disable the maintenance mode option before the device can resume normal management traffic. By contrast, hibernation mode automatically restarts normal management traffic as soon as the SpectroSERVER detects successful communication with the device after a set of successful polls.
Hibernation mode takes precedence over maintenance mode on a device model. However, if the device model has interface models in maintenance mode, those models remain in maintenance mode after the hibernation device model resumes normal management communication.
By default, placing a device model into maintenance or hibernation mode also places its interface models and application models into maintenance or hibernation mode. When a modeled device is in maintenance or hibernation mode, its topology icon displays a brown condition color. Brown alarms are shown for all device models in maintenance or hibernation mode, but they are not shown on the application and interface models that have inherited the mode from the device model.
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