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Simple monitoring network ports service description

SMON Features

SMON stands for System MONitoring.

SMON performs the following functions:

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Checking port availability

To check the port availability SMON sends TCP/UDP requests to the port you specify; in case of unavailability an alert will be raised.

If you need to use this function only, leave other options empty.

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Checking HTTP status

To check the HTTP status SMON sends to the HTTP(s)-request to the specified address (including the URI and the port if necessary); if the response code is other than 200, an alert will be raised.

If you need to use this function only, leave other options empty.

Checking HTTP status also includes checking port availability.

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Checking response body

To check the response body SMON sends a HTTP(s) request to the specified address. If the body of the response does not contain the elements you specify, an alert will be raised.

Checking the response body also includes HTTP status and port checking

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Viewing SMON history

When you select Monitoring => SMON history in the main menu, you should see on the screen the list of the events detected by the SMON Service. This list includes the following information:

You can view the history either for all hosts or for a specified host. To view the history for a specified host, type its name or IP-address in the Search field in the upper right corner or click on its name in the list. The events detected for these hosts will be filtered from the common list.

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Installation


Execute the following command to install SMON:
SMON works only with Roxy-WI 4.4 and newer

All information concerning RPM packages can be foundhere

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Updating

To update SMON execute the following command; if a newer version is available yum will offer you to install it:

You can also update it via Roxy-WI:

Roxy-WI Update services

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