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Ping Monitoring

Ping Monitor

Applications Manager uses Ping Monitor to track if the particular host / IP address is accessible or not. It checks for availability of a device, server or network device.

Ping Monitor periodically pings the host to check if it is up & running. The parameters that are monitored are

Packet Statistics

Packet Loss (%): Packet loss gives the percentage of packets that fail to reach the destination.
Packets Sent: No. of Packets sent.
Packet Received: No. of Packets received.

Round Trip Time: Time taken for each packet exchange. Ping places a timestamp in each packet, which is echoed back and is used to compute how long each packet exchange took.