A hmon.hchk is required for VWAN member status checking or health checking. Identify a server on the Internet and determine how the VWAN verifies that FortiExtender can communicate with it.
The following commands are used to define a vwan_health_check and use it to perform health check for the VWAN member, member1.
config hmon hchk edit vwchk1 set protocol ping set interval 5 set probe-cnt 1 set probe-tm 2 set probe-target 126.96.36.199 set interface fcs-0-phase-1 set src-type interfce set src-iface nas1 set filter rtt loss next edit vwchk2 set protocol ping set interval 5 set probe-cnt 1 set probe-tm 2 set probe-target 188.8.131.52 set interface fcs-1-phase-1 set src-type interfce set src-iface nas1 set filter rtt loss next end
You can use the
“get hmon hchk vwan.<vwan_member_name>” command to show the latest statistics that the system has captured.
For every round of measurement, HMON first sends several packets. It then sorts the different round -trip times, and selects the median.
The output shows the following values:
- avg, max, min, now—average, maximum, minimum, current median
- sd—standard deviation of the median
- am/s—ratio of the average median vs. the standard deviation
FFX04DA5918000098 # get hmon hchk vwchk1 median rtt: avg max min now sd am/s fcs-0-phase-1: 182.23ms 182.47ms 182.00ms 182.00ms 0.24ms 775.3 packet loss: avg max min now fcs-0-phase-1: 0% 0% 0% 0%