Simple monitoring network ports service description

SMON features

SMON stands for Simple MONitoring. You can find the SMON service in the Monitoring-SMON Dashboard section.
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Checking port availability

In order to check the port availability SMON sends TCP/UDP requests to the specified port. Its availability status will be displayed in the box after getting a response from the server:

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Checking HTTP status

SMON sends the HTTP(S) request to the specified address (including the URI and the port if necessary) to check the HTTP status. Choose the "http" or "https" option in the Protocol field to turn on this feature.

The warning message may be sent if the response code is other than 200. Also warning and critical message will be sent if SSL certificate expire soon.

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Checking response body

SMON sends a HTTP(S) request to the specified address and then checks it for the words which are in the Body field. If he responds body does not contain the specified words, the warning message may be sent.

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Viewing SMON history

You can find events detected by the SMON service in the Monitoring-SMON history section. This page contains the following information:

You can view the history either for all hosts or for a specified host. Type the host name or IP-address in the Search field in the upper right corner or click on its name in the list to view the event history for a specified host.

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Execute the following command to install SMON:

SMON works only with Roxy-WI 4.4 and newer.

All information concerning RPM packages can be found here.

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Execute the following command to update SMON:

You can also update it via the Roxy-WI interface: Go to TOP

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