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UDP Synthetic Monitor

Provides the steps to create a UDP synthetic monitor.

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Introduction

UDP synthetic monitor makes a connection to the target IP address on a given port and monitors the time taken for the connection.

Creating UDP synthetic monitor

After selecting the synthetic monitor type, to configure the UDP synthetic monitor:

  1. From the Add Synthetic window, provide details for the following parameters and click Save:
    • Name: Refers to the name of the synthetic monitor.
      Note: Add Synthetic displays an error message Name Already Exists if you do not provide unique value in the Name field.
    • Host: Refers to the hostname or IP address.
    • Locations: Refers to the desired locations from where you want to monitor.
      The screen displays a confirmation message about the successful addition of the synthetic monitor.
  2. Click OK.
    The Synthetics page displays the configured synthetic monitor.

To manage a configured synthetic monitor:

  • Edit – To modify the existing details of the configured synthetic monitors.
  • Delete – To remove any configured synthetic monitor.
  • Scheduled Maintenance – To move any configured synthetic monitor to scheduled maintenance.

After configuring, view metrics, and graphical representations for additional information.

Metrics for UDP monitor types

Metrics for UDP Monitor Types
Monitor TypesUnitsRecommended MetricsDescription
UDP-availability.down.location.countLocation Count: The number of locations where the configured host is down
UDPMillisecondssynthetic.response.timeResponse time: The time taken to connect to the port of the target UDP server

Graphical representation for metrics

Graphical Representation

Graphical Representation

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