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Logs - Probe Related - report?

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I like how I can get a quick report of Probe connection issues from Logs|System Events|Probe Related. I would like to go back further than what this log shows (only 1 week), even being able to filter on specific probe objects. I would also like to schedule a report of this page or even a public map, as a quick way to see connection issues.

log map remote-probe reports

Created on Aug 22, 2017 11:44:55 PM by  IT Jockey (200) 2 1



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Hello there,

For the map you could use this link for example: http(s)://your.prtg.server/log.htm?filter_drel=30days&filter_status=14&filter_status=612&filter_status=613&filter_status=614&filter_status=4&filter_status=5&filter_status=12&filter_status=10&filter_status=701&username=prtguser&passhash=passhash_of_prtg_user This is the page you're referring to, but with 30 days as default period.

I don't see a meaningful way for a scheduled report to do this, besides running a scheduled report on the probe health sensors that will also reveal downtime periods, since disconnects will lead to down events in those sensors.

Kind regards,

Erhard

Created on Aug 23, 2017 3:04:53 PM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]



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Thanks, I can confirm the 30 days version works.

Created on Aug 23, 2017 3:59:08 PM by  IT Jockey (200) 2 1



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