Events are changes of conditions in or at the router that can be used to trigger an action upon their occurrrence.
The following events are available at the moment:
- WAN chain state has changed: A WAN chain has changed its state to “online” or “offline”.
- Interface state has changed: An interface has changed its state to “online” or “offline”.
- Modem state has changed: A modem has changed its state to "online", "offline", "logged in" or "not logged in" (for LTE modems) or "sync reached" or "sync lost" (for DSL modems).
- Signal strength of a modem has changed: The signal field strength has exceeded or fallen below a configured value.
- Configuration has been changed: The configuration has been changed or activated.
- Link of an Ethernet port has changed: The link state has changed to "UP" or "DOWN", i.e. an Ethernet cable has be plugged in or out or the connected device has been switched on or off.
- Container state has changed: An active container has been "started" or "stopped".
- System restarted: Both, a hardware reset (e.g. power failure) and a software reset (e.g. reset via web interface) are assessed as a restart.
- Sleep mode has been ended: The sleep mode will be ended after the expiry of the configured length, a reset, a temporary loss of power supply or change of state at one of the inputs. This functionality depends on a certain hardware equipment and is not available for all routers.
- Auto update succeeded
- Power source has changed: The voltage applied to the terminals V+1 and V+2 is monitored. The terminal with the higher voltage supplies the device. The event will be triggered, if the higher voltage is now present at the other terminal.
- Authentication event has been registered: Successful or failed login attempts at the web interface or CLI are detected.
- Netfilter violation occurred: A netfilter violation occurs, if the IP filters (firewall) reject a packet.
- Slot device has been restarted: This event will also be triggered with a restart of the router.
- Input state has changed: The level of a digital input is now "HIGH" or "LOW" or the configured pulse sequence has been counted. A pulse of a pulse sequence must be present for at least 100 ms. A pulse sequence will be closed if the level does not change any more for more than 2 seconds.
- Timer expired: A fix set time has been reached, a countdown has expired or an interval has expired.
- Counter reached end value: A counter has reached its configured end value.
- Serial Ethernet state has changed: The TCP connection state of a serial Ethernet gateway has changed to "connected" or "disconnected".
- SMS has been received: Optionally, a sender phone number and/or SMS text can be specified to determine whether the incoming SMS is considered as an event.
- MCIP telegram has been received: Optionally, a sender OID and/or telegram content can be specified to determine whether the incoming MCIP telegram is considered as an event.
- WLAN (Wi-Fi) station state has changed: A WLAN (Wi-Fi) station has changed the state of their connection to an accdess point to "connected" oder "disconnected".
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