Define the name of the TCP service, which will also be the column-name
in the resulting display on the test status. If multiple tests share
a common definition (e.g. ssh, ssh1 and ssh2 are tested identically),
you may list these in a single "[ssh|ssh1|ssh2]" definition,
separating each service-name with a pipe-sign.
Defines the strings to send to the service after a connection is
established, and the response that is expected. Either of these
may be omitted, in which case
xymonnet(1) will simply not send any data, or match a response against anything.
The send- and expect-strings use standard escaping for non-printable characters. "\r" represents a carriage-return (ASCII 13), "\n" represents a line-feed (ASCII 10), "\t" represents a TAB (ASCII 8). Binary data is input as "\xNN" with NN being the hexadecimal value of the byte.
Define the default TCP port-number for this service. If no portnumber
xymonnet(1) will attempt to lookup the portnumber in the standard /etc/services
Defines test options. The possible options are
banner - include received data in the status message
ssl - service uses SSL so perform an SSL handshake
telnet - service is telnet, so exchange telnet options
|Xymon||PROTOCOLS.CFG (5)||Version 4.3.26: 19 Feb 2016|