jlaidman at rebel-it.com.au
Wed Aug 6 12:40:10 CEST 2014
No, it only works through a shell running on the target device.
It sounds like what you want is prolly available with the http or post
content check built into Xymon. If the XML is sent via a post message then
you can define a "post" tag in hosts.cfg. Check out the "HTTP Tests"
section in the man page.
Or if you need more control over the content being sent (eg custom headers)
you can define your own protocol in protocols.cfg.
Or for maximum flexibility, create an ext script to run on the Xymon server.
On 06/08/2014 8:17 PM, "Rod Simioni" <rod.simioni at gmail.com> wrote:
> Can I use the xymon-rclient to send xml to the remote client -- actually a
> virtual IP?
> I don't need to login into the remote client, I just need to send xml via
> http to the remote client and if the return data is good, then it is green,
> if it is bad, it will be red.
> Can it do this? Thanks in advance.
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