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Current unique URLs being monitored

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Does anyone know how to export a list of unique URLs being monitored with the HTTP or HTTP advance sensors? Our current setup has devices in the same web farm monitoring the same URL. I'd like to understand how many duplicate URLs we are monitoring. But just going by sensor name is not going to work. I need to actually see the URL entry in the URL field of the HTTP-specific section of the sensor.

Any ideas would be great. I've tried the PRTG API for powershell but it lists the URL as the sensor ID.

http sensors urls

Created on Jan 24, 2022 1:04:18 PM by  cpuppos (0) 1



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Hello,

instead of using the API, it would be easier to parse the configuration XML. It is stored in the file "PRTG Configuration.dat", located in the PRTG data folder.

Instead of opening that file, please create a copy first and open that copy. Despite the ".dat" suffix, it is a text file with an XML. You can scroll through it, and check the node name or directly for URLs.

Created on Jan 27, 2022 2:43:49 PM by  Arne Seifert [Paessler Support]



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