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KarthikeyanS Absent Member.
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To find whether the request hopped through a particular server

Hi ,

 

Please help on this. 

 

I'm using Sitescope ( version 11.20 32-bit). I need to setup a monitor, to find whether the particular hop is used to reach the destination server . 

 

For example: tracert <IP>

 

It is reaching the destination in 6 hops. I need to find whether the hop( say for example: 10.155.155.155) is used in the traceroute. If that hop is not used then need to send an alert to the team.

 

Is there any particular pre defined monitor in SIS or how to acheive this monitor setup ? 

 

Thanks in advance !

 

Regards,

Karthik

 

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Battushi Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: To find whether the request hopped through a particular server

Hello

 

Unfortunately, do not exist any tracert monitor or similar. In this case the recommended option is script monitor.

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KarthikeyanS Absent Member.
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Re: To find whether the request hopped through a particular server

Hi Battushi,

 

Thanks for your suggestion. Let me try and post the update.

 

Regards,

Karthik

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Haim Shuvali Absent Member.
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Re: To find whether the request hopped through a particular server

Also another option is to use the new custom monitor.

 - Hemi

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