You must set a valid Opsview.com Username
and password in the app in order for it to be able to register itself with Opsview Monitor's push servers. You also need a valid Opsview.com username and password in the Opsview Monitor ‘Push Notifications for Android
Mobile’ settings fields (pictured above) so that the Opsview Monitor server can send outgoing push notifications. These two Opsview.com accounts do not need to be the same and you can use a generic account for your Opsview Monitor notification method.
Your Android device must be able to do a
one-time connect to your Opsview Master server in order to retrieve it's UUID
for registration of the device on push.opsview.com.
Your Android device must be able to connect to
push.opsview.com via HTTPS.
To configure the
‘Push for Android’ Notification Method, you only need to enter two items of
information; the Opsview.com Username and password. After clicking ‘Test
Connection’, you should see one of the two messages below:
Correct Opsview.com Username and
Incorrect Opsview.com Username
If the Opsview
Monitor system does not have direct access to the internet, you can specify a
Proxy in the text box labelled ‘Proxy:’ and re-test the connection. Once the
connection succeeds, that is the configuration completed.