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nic.eth0

Default Value:
Valid Values:
Changes Take Effect: After restart


If nics parameter does not explicitly specify 0 as one of the values, this parameter will be ignored. For Windows, MAC address (in hexadecimal format) of the NIC to be monitored MUST be specified here. For Linux, full path to the bonding driver status file can be specified here(default value /proc/net/bonding/bond0 recommended). If the value is left empty or the bonding driver status file cannot be opened for reading, then eth0 will be directly monitored.

nic.eth1

Default Value:
Valid Values:
Changes Take Effect: After restart


If nics parameter does not explicitly specify 1 as one of the values, this parameter will be ignored. For Windows, MAC address (in hexadecimal format) of the NIC to be monitored MUST be specified here. For Linux, full path to the bonding driver status file can be specified here(default value /proc/net/bonding/bond0 recommended). If the value is left empty or the bonding driver status file cannot be opened for reading, then eth1 will be directly monitored.

nic.linkattribute

Default Value: MII Status:
Valid Values:
Changes Take Effect: After restart


This parameter only affects Linux. On Linux when bonding driver is configured, the string specified in this parameter together with nic.upvalue will be used in determining the health. If left empty, defaults to 'MII Status'.

nic.upvalue

Default Value: up
Valid Values:
Changes Take Effect: After restart


This parameter only affects Linux. On Linux when bonding driver is configured, the string specified in this parameter together with nic.linkattribute will be used in determining the health. If left empty, default to 'up'.

nics

Default Value:
Valid Values:
Changes Take Effect: After restart


This parameter specifies the list of NICS specified by nic.eth<n> parameters to be monitored. List of integer <n> can be specified with the space as the delimiter. If this parameter is left empty, note: - on Windows, all NICs will be discovered and monitored. - on Linux, if bonding driver is installed for bond0, then /net/proc/bonding/bond0 will be monitored. Otherwise eth0 to eth<n> will be auto detected and directly monitored. - on both Windows and Linux, all nic.eth<n> parameters will be ignored.

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