You can configure Symantec Web Gateway to send the following types of alerts:
Alerts for malware attacks and malware infections
Alerts for software and hardware events and issues on the Symantec Web Gatewayappliance.
Examples of alerts are as follows:
By the hardware bypass being activated or deactivated
When disk space is running low
When the system starts up
When the CPU temperature is high
When a power supply has models with redundant power supplies only
When a hard drive is corrupt (models with RAID arrays only)
When the network is not configured properly (Redundant power and RAID are not available on all models)
Alerts for when CIU's managed appliance has system problem and when it loses connection for a specific period of time
You can send alerts to one or more of the following destinations:
One or more email addresses
A remote syslog server
SNMP Network Management System as SNMP trap
Symantec Web Gateway can send email alerts in CSV format or HTML format.
You must configure a remote syslog or SNMP Network Management System to send alerts to those systems. Consult the documentation for those systems for configuration information. You must also configure Symantec Web Gateway to send alerts to a remote syslog or SNMP Network Management System.