Table of Contents
- System Requirements
- Assign Service Logon As Credentials
- Server Configuration
- Agent-Based Monitoring
- Data Providers
- Directory Services
- Audit Work Items
- Template Properties
- Batch Update Templates
- Log Management Templates
- File and Directory Monitor Templates
- Windows Monitor Templates
- Account Lockout Monitor Template
- Logon Monitor Template
- CPU Monitor Template
- Memory Monitor Template
- Disk Space Monitor Template
- SMART Monitor Template
- Process Monitor Template
- Service Monitor Template
- Performance Counter Monitor Template
- PowerShell Script Template
- Registry Value Monitor Template
- Active Directory User Monitor Template
- Active Directory User Integrity Monitor Template
- Task Scheduler Template
- Clock Synchronization Template
- Defragment NTFS Disks Template
- Network and Application Monitor Templates
- Database Monitor Template
- Directory Service Monitor Template
- DNS Blacklist Monitor Template
- DNS Monitor Template
- Domain Expiration Monitor Template
- Network Speed Monitor Template
- Ping Monitor Template
- SQL Server Shrink and Backup Template
- SSH Shell
- TCP Port Scan Monitor Template
- Website Monitor Template
- SSL Certificate Monitor Templates
- Email Monitor Templates
- SNMP Monitor Templates
- Report Properties
- Security Reports
- Generic Log Reports
- File and Permission Reports
- Summary Reports
- Environment Variables
- Account Lockout Monitoring and Reporting
- SSH Shell
- Exporting and Importing Configuration Objects
- Shared Views
- Auto-Config Host Assignment Properties
- General Executable Properties
- Assign Actions
- Assign Directories
- Assign Disks
- Assign Shares
- Assign Files
- Assign Consolidated Logs
- Assign Event Logs
- Assign Active Directory Audit Logs
- Target Files and Sub-Directories
- Define Log Entry Columns
- Define Log Entry Columns with Regular Expressions
- Define CSV and W3C Log Entry Columns
- Active Directory User and Group Filters
- Explicitly Assigned Logs
- File Explorer
- Report Columns
- Report Date/Time Ranges
- Report Security Event Log Filters
- Select Folder or File
- Command Line Interface
TCP Port Scan Template
The TCP Port Scan Template enables you to validate a TCP server is available and optionally returns a packet. This template is typically used to notify network administrators when a network server application is down or slow to respond.
How to configure the TCP Port Scan Template:
- From the Menu Bar, select File | New. The Create New Object View displays.
- From the Create New Object View, expand Templates | Network and Application Monitors then select TCP Port Monitor. The New Template Properties View displays.
- The Template Properties view contains 4 tabs.
The Options Tab
Use the Server drop-down to select the target server you would like to monitor.
Once selected, the server is automatically assigned to this template.
- Use the TCP Port definitions controls to specify the TCP ports to scan.
To add a port, click the Add button. A new line is added to the list.
- Use the Host text box when configuring this template as an Agent-Based Template and you would like the agent device to scan a remote port rather than a local port.
Use the Value text box to enter the TCP port to scan.
Comma separate multiple ports. Dash separate port ranges.For example:80, 443, 1000-2000
- Use the Description text box to enter a friendly TCP port description.
- Use the Delete button to remove the selected line items form the list.
- Use the Clear button to clear the list.
- Use the Up button and Down button to reorder the list.
- Use the Warning and Critical threshold controls to set the timeout trigger thresholds.
- Use the Read response check box to configure the monitor to read the first packet received.
Finally, select the General Tab, then click the click the
Auto-Generate Name button to
auto-generate a name based on the configured settings.
TCP Port Scan Template Properties