Return ZebraNet Alert Configuration
command is sent to the printer with existing Alert messages set to go to e-mail and SNMP traps, the data returned would look something like the information below. See ^SX
If there are no
(alerts) set, the printer will not respond to the
The first line indicates that condition B (ribbon out) is routed to destination C (e-mail address).
The next two characters, Y and Y, indicate that the condition set and condition clear options have been set to yes.
The following entry is the destination that the Alert e-mail should be sent to; in this example it is email@example.com.
The last figure seen in the first line is 0, which is the port number.
Each line shows the settings for a different Alert condition as defined in the