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2 Ping sensor within 1 equipment

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Hi,

Is it possible, for an existing equipement, with one Ping sensor tied to the IP of the equipement, to add a second Ping Sensor, for a second IP, but for the same equipement objet (not adding an equipement with the second IP).

The goal : one router with 2 publics IP, and 2 paths to reach the router. Need to compare the availability of the 2 paths, from the ICMP "point of view". Of course, we have the SNMP sensor of the 2 interfaces, but not the same as Ping.

Browsing the KB with "PING" keyword doesn't give answer, except a multiping utility, but it looks like an external tool (?).

Thanks.

multiple ping sensor

Created on Feb 27, 2014 8:58:33 AM by  pwagner (50) 1 1



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I'm afraid, since the Ping sensor uses the IP defined for the overlying device, that this would only be possible by adding a second device. Sorry.

Created on Feb 27, 2014 1:07:38 PM by  Patrick Hutter [Paessler Support] (7,194) 3 3



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