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How Monitoring ports in HPOM

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Hello,

 I need monitoring OS ports in OML.

 SPI Infrastructure don't have policy and scripts for monitoring ports.

How monitoring Unix and Windows ports in HPOM (OML) ??

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Hello,

 

For a quick check, I would use netcat (UNIX/Windows) or portqry (Windows) in a script. Otherwise, each Operations Agent license now comes with some SiteScope points. You could therefore use SiteScope to probe for ports remotely. It assumes you want to deploy SiteScope in your environment.

 

Cheers,

Emmanuel.

 

 

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you can write a script and read netstat as an input.

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I mean it is not good solution, who can a good script for this task?
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What you think about use a telnet or similar command to open port and get some text output to verify if it open?

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Hello,

 

For a quick check, I would use netcat (UNIX/Windows) or portqry (Windows) in a script. Otherwise, each Operations Agent license now comes with some SiteScope points. You could therefore use SiteScope to probe for ports remotely. It assumes you want to deploy SiteScope in your environment.

 

Cheers,

Emmanuel.

 

 

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I have this implemented via a custom script.

 

Here is a piece of code that gets connections to remote DB servers from app server:

 

connection_count=`netstat -a |grep 1521 | grep EST | grep -i dbpr | wc -l`
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Yes, we have a sitescope 11.41, can we monitor port monitoring between application server to Database server?
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