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Hi,

I know how to setup a Sensor to be the Master of his parent for example. But how do I tell this sensor to be itself paused due to dependency of another object? For Example:

Probe -> Router1 -> Switch1 -> Switch2

I'd like to setup: Ping Sensor Router 1 = Master for Router1 Ping Sensor Switch 1 = Master for Switch1 but also depending on Router1 state Ping Sensor Switch 2 = Master for Switch2 but also depending on Switch1 state

In another setup I would also like to have redundancy, if the setup looks like this:

Probe -> Router1 -> Switch1 -> Switch3

Probe -> Router2 -> Switch2 -> Switch3

In Nagios this is possible over the parents, but I don't really see this in PRTG, as I can only select one Parent and have no real hierarchy.

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Created on Nov 12, 2014 10:18:02 AM by  Lars (1,150) 2 1



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Hi Lars,

as of now it is not possible to have two Objects defined as Master Dependency. Sorry about that.

kind regards

Created on Nov 13, 2014 2:00:49 PM by  Andreas Heidrich [Paessler Support]



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