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Querying a web server or web services - Is there a "sensor" that allows to check for HTTP service being up and responsive?

Posted: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 9:00:36 PM(UTC)
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We are running a couple of non-standard web servers which expose a couple of web services.
These are obviously not detected nor checked via LANSweeper's standard sensors. But to be useful to us, we would need to enable LANSweeper to check whether these are up and responsive.

Is there a "probe" that allows to send pre-canned requests and checks for a proper response (e.g. matching some regexp)?

I searched the website for such a tool or instructions but found nothing. Any pointers?

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