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Traverse: Monitoring Traverse services via TCP/IP

Question: How I monitor Traverse services if I don't have access to SNMP or WMI

 

We can monitor Traverse services via TCP/IP test (Advance port Test or Internet ports)

 

7651 BVE
7652 BVE 
7653 BVE 
7654 BVE 
7655 DGE 9443 DGE 7691 WEBAPP 7692 DGE-DGE 7693 DGE-MSG 7696 BVE-CSE 7697 BVE-JMS

 

 

Please note that ports 7651-54 and 7691-97 expect binary data and so are not appropriate for 'port' tests. By saying that we can do a combination of port/advanced_port, port/https and jmx/java_jvm_uptime test to ensure that all the Traverse Services are running as expected.

So for ports 7691-97, you can create jmx/java_jvm_uptime test (Application Uptime).

Let's look into various components of Traverse and associated tests that you can configure:

  • Data Gathering Engine
    • https://traverse_address:9443/dc/ (port/https)
test.create "testName=DGE Test Aggregator", "testType=port", "subType=https", deviceName=IP_10.20.55.222", 
"interval=300", "warningThreshold=5", "criticalThreshold=15", "units=sec", "actionName=None","port=9443",
"virtualHost=", "url=/dc/", "sendString=", "expectString=", "expectRegExp=false"
    • TCP port 7655, send 'fixme', expect 'password:' (port/advanced_port).

  • Correlation Summary Engine
    • https://traverse_address:8443/centralVFS/ (port/https)

test.create "testName=Correlation Summary Engine", "testType=port", "subType=https", "deviceName=IP_10.20.55.221", 
"interval=300", "warningThreshold=5", "criticalThreshold=15", "units=sec", "actionName=None","port=8443",
"virtualHost=", "url=/centralVFS/", "sendString=", "expectString=", "expectRegExp=false"
  • Web Application

    • http://traverse_address/ (port/http)
    • https://traverse_address/ (port/https)
  • BVE Socket Server

    • TCP port 7661, expect 'BVE' (port/advanced_port)

 

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