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ICMP Timeout

All ICMP (ping) requests made by the Orion poller time out if a response is not received within the period designated. By default, this period is 2500ms.

ICMP Data

This string is included within all ICMP packets sent by Orion.

SNMP Timeout

All SNMP requests made by the Orion poller time out if a response is not received within the period designated. By default, this period is 2500ms.

SNMP Retries

If a response to an SNMP poll request made by the Orion poller is not received within the configured SNMP Timeout, the Orion poller will conduct as many retries as designated by this value. By default, this value is 2.

ESX API Timeout

All VMware ESX API requests made by the Orion poller time out if a response is not received within the period designated. By default, this period is 30000ms. For more information about VMware ESX polling, see "Virtualization" in the SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor Administrator Guide.

UCS API Timeout

All UCS API requests made by the Orion poller time out if a response is not received within the period designated. By default, this period is 240 seconds.

Perform reverse DNS lookup

If you want SolarWinds UDT to perform reverse DNS lookups on monitored DHCP nodes, confirm that this option is checked. By default, reverse DNS lookup for DHCP nodes is enabled.

 
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