event notification destination show

Display event notification destinations

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The event notification destination show command displays event notification destinations.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
If you specify the -fields <fieldname>, ... parameter, the command output also includes the specified field or fields. You can use '-fields ?' to display the fields to specify.
| [-instance ]}
If you specify the -instance parameter, the command displays detailed information about all fields.
[-name <text>] - Destination Name
Use this optional parameter to display information of an event notification destination that has the specified name.
[-type {snmp|email|syslog|rest-api}] - Type of Destination
Use this optional parameter to display information of event notification destinations that have the specified destination type.
[-destination <text>, ...] - Destination
Use this optional parameter to display information of event notification destinations that have the specified destination address. Enter multiple addresses separated by a comma.
[-server-ca-present {true|false}] - Server CA Certificates Present?
Use this optional parameter to display information of event notification destinations that have the specified server-ca-present value. This field indicates whether there are certificates of the server-ca type exist in the system. If not, event messages will not be sent to a rest-api type destination having an HTTPS URL.
[-certificate-authority <text>] - Client Certificate Issuing CA
Use this optional parameter to display information of event notification destinations that have the specified certificate authority name.
[-certificate-serial <text>] - Client Certificate Serial Number
Use this optional parameter to display information of event notification destinations that have the specified certificate serial number.
[-certificate-valid {true|false}] - Client Certificate Valid?
Use this optional parameter to display information of event notification destinations that have the specified certificate-valid value. This field indicates whether the client certificate specified by the certificate-authority and certificate-serial fields is valid. If not, and if the REST API server requires client authentication, event messages will not be sent to the server.

Examples

The following shows examples of "event notification destination show":
cluster1::> event notification destination show

Name            Type        Destination
--------------  ----------  ---------------------
StorageAdminEmail
                email       StorageAdmin@example.com
StorageAdminSyslog
                syslog      example.com
snmp-traphost   snmp        10.30.40.10 (from "system snmp traphost")
RestApi         rest-api    https://rest.example.com/rest
4 entries were displayed.

cluster1::> event notification destination show -type snmp -instance

       Destination Name: snmp-traphost
    Type of Destination: snmp
     Destination values: 10.30.40.10 (from "system snmp traphost")