I played a little bit with the QoS-Probes to measure UDP thoughput (VoIP). There are two probes. One is sending UDP-pakets to a remote probe (oneWay) which analyses the results. The other is sending the UDP-Pakets t oa remote probe and expects to get the packets back. Does this only work with the PRTG Probes or can i use any other device who echos the UDP-pakets back to the sender ?. I played wiht a simple UDP ECHO Process (http://bansky.net/echotool/) to check that but PRTG does not accept the data, thats coming back. I can see the outgoing stream and the incoming data but the probe does not process that. the idea behind: I should be easy to build such a simple UDPEcho as part of a cheap OpenWRT-Router and put them in remote locations (without a PC as remote probe)
Any secretes how the UDP Echo should format the pakets ?
BTW: Version 126.96.36.19954 has a minor problem: If i add a second QoS Server and use the same UDP Port (which is not allowed, i know), i can still "continue" but nothing is saved. I can "Clone" a QoS Sensor and every modification is rolled back until i change the UDp Port to a unique value. A notification would be fine, that the UDP Port is not unique.