This dialog controls the Send options. With the "Send SETP" action, messages can be sent to a SETP server.
Send SETP Dialog
The MonitorWare Agent sends SETP to the server / listener under this name. You can either use an IPv4, an IPv6 Address or a Hostname that resolves to an IPv4 or IPv6 Address.
The Send SETP sends outgoing requests on this port. The default value is 5432. Set the port to 0 to use the system-supplied default value (which defaults to 5432 if not modified by a system administrator).
Instead of the port number, a service name can be used. If so, that name is looked up via the socket service database functions. The lookup is for protocol TCP.
Please note: The SETP port configured here must match the port configured at the listener side (i.e. MonitorWare Agent 3.0 or WinSyslog Enterprise edition). If they do not match, a Send SETP session cannot be initiated. The rule engine will log this to the Windows Event Log.
Under this group box, you can see different options as discussed below:
If this option is enabled then this action will be able to connect to SSL/TLS SETP servers. Please make sure that you want this option to be enabled.
Use zLib Compression to compress the data
It enables zLib compression support. Note that the SETP receiver must have zLib Compression support and enabled, otherwise it does not work.
Higher level results in better compression but slower performance.
The maximum time a session to a SETP server is to be kept open.
Advanced Connection Options
In this group box, you can find the options discussed below:
Maximum time a connection can take to connect or disconnect.
Send / Receive Timeout
Whern sending or receiving data, this timeout applies.
Please note: If this option is enabled, this action is not be able to connect to NON-SSL SETP servers.