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_URLMonitorProxyExceptions in 11.24v

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We had a couple of 9.54 instance which were specifically used for URl sequence monitors. On couple of URL sequence monitors, we have both internal and external URLs configured in the steps. These are maily those applications which are hitting some vendor app for pulling the details internally.

 

What we used to do on such cases is that, we edit the mg file and include this option, so that monitor knows it doesnt need to use proxy for addresses specified in the exception entries.

 

_URLMonitorProxyExceptions=internalsite.company.com

 

We upgraded our infrastrcture to 11.24 recently, i am trying to figure out how we can do this in latest version. The sitescope servers what i am talking about is Linux, so using persistecy viewer is kind of difficult.

 

Any thoughts on how to achieve this?

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ah found it... it is in master.config 🙂

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ah found it... it is in master.config 🙂

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Only difference is that this will affect all URL monitors, not per instance.

Kenneth Gonzalez
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Ok. But is there a way we can do only for single monitor in 11.24?

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Maybe adding this entry into monitor's persistency, but that will require help from support.

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