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Each device type we support is listed below along with the relevant RFC for the protocol if applicable. Click the link of any device type for detailed information including configuration options.
Check HTTP URL for valid response code. Does not load URL.
RFC 2616 (HTTP/1.1). Load your HTTP or HTTPS URL. Check content.
RFC 792 (ICMP). Ping your Web server, router, etc.
RFC 821. Establish a connection with your SMTP server.
RFC 1081. Log into your POP3 server with username and password.
RFC 1730. Log into your IMAP4 server with username and password.
RFC 959. Log into your FTP server with username and password.
RFC 854. Check your TELNET server for valid banner response.
Log into your SSH server with username and password.
Check your DNS server to ensure it is resolving domain names.
RFC 977. Check your NNTP server for valid banner response.
RFC 793. Test TCP socket connections with any host and port.
Log into your MySQL server database with username and password.
Write ASL scripts to monitor Web transactions.
Settings common to all device types.