Use this dialog box to create a Roundtrip Internet session that monitors the round trip mail response time between the Exchange Server and any foreign mail server that has an Internet connector. When you create a Roundtrip Internet session, PATROL sends an e-mail message to the Internet mail server using an invalid e-mail address and measures the time required to receive back a non-delivery report (NDR).
Items on this dialog box
Enter the DNS name of the foreign mail server.
You can use either the full DNS name associated with the mail server or the name of the organization to which the mail server belongs.
Send Interval (seconds)
Click the arrow buttons to set how often (in minutes) to send the test message.
Click the arrow buttons to set the size of the attachment (in kilobytes) included with the test message.
Click the arrow buttons to turn debug on or off.
Warn after (seconds)
Click the arrow buttons to set the message timing that, if exceeded, causes the Status parameter to go into Warning state.
Alarm after (seconds)
Click the arrow buttons to set the message timing that, if exceeded, causes the Status parameter to go into Alarm state.
Click to apply your changes.
Click to close the dialog box without saving your changes.
The procedures related to this dialog box are as follows:
For information, see Monitoring RoundTrip response time.