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This dialog controls the Send options. With the "Send SETP" action, messages can be sent to a SETP server.

 

 

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Send SETP Dialog

 

 

Servername

File Configuration fields:

szServer

Description:

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.

 

Default SETP Port

File Configuration fields:

nMIAPSendPort

Description:

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.

 

Enable SSL / TLS Encryption.

File Configuration fields:

nUseSSL

Description:

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

File Configuration fields:

nZlibComp

Description:

It enables zLib compression support. Note that the SETP receiver must have zLib Compression support and enabled, otherwise it does not work.

 

Compression Level

File Configuration fields:

nCompLevel

 

1 = Best Speed

3 = Low Compression

6 = Normal Compression

9 = Best Compression

Description:

Higher level results in better compression but slower performance.

 

Session Timeout

File Configuration fields:

nTimeOutSession

Description:

The maximum time a session to a SETP server is to be kept open.

 

Connection Timeout

File Configuration fields:

nConnectTimeOut

Description:

Maximum time a connection can take to connect or disconnect.

 

Send / Receive Timeout

File Configuration fields:

nSendRecvTimeOut

Description:

When 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.