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What ports does PRTG use to monitor? In DMZ how can I monitor? I am trying to monitor a device that is in DMZ but I can not check the sensors, add a local account with the same user and password as in my PRTG console but I can not make functions, know something that may be passed, I want to request the opening of ports to rule out a block in the Firewall but I don't know the monitoring ports. Thank you. Greetings.

dmz wmi wmi-sensors

Created on Aug 8, 2019 10:41:06 PM

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I'd rather go with a Remote Probe within the DMZ to monitor stuff within the same, instead of opening the FW for various protocols. The probe itself uses 23560 (TCP) for communication with the Core :)

Created on Aug 9, 2019 11:46:08 AM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]

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