Monitoring Conditions

Monitoring Conditions


Monitoring Conditions allow Remote Worker Agents to run tests only when specific conditions are met. NetBeez provides a simple user interface to create conditions sets which are can be applied to targets. The conditions can be one of the following:

  • A DNS query fails
  • A DNS query succeeds and optionally returns a specific value
  • The VPN client is connected
  • The VPN is disconnected
  • The remote worker is connected to a specific SSID
  • The remote worker is not connected to a specific SSID

Monitoring Conditions in NetBeez

To create monitoring conditions, the NetBeez dashboard supports the following parameters:

  • DNS
    • Type: UDP or TCP
    • Query: FQDN (Required)
    • Server: IP address (Optional)
    • Resolution: FQDN (Optional)
  • VPN
    • VPN client is up or down
  • SSID
    • SSID name

The conditions are defined as simple expressions that can be also merged together in more complex conditions by using boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT).

After a monitoring condition is created, it can be added to a new or existing target.


Note: Monitoring conditions only apply to remote worker agents; network agents are not affected when attached to targets with monitoring conditions assigned.


The below procedures are to enable monitoring conditions.

1. Navigate to Settings > Monitoring Conditions.

2. Click + Create Monitoring Condition.

3. Enter a name.

4. Select a monitoring condition type in the dropdown.

5. Additionally rules can be added by clicking the + Add Rule button. (Maximum of 4 Rules)

6. Complete any required fields.

7. Verify the human-readable text is as intended.

8. Click Save.

9. Create a new target or edit an existing target.

10. In the Remote Worker Agents section, click the dropdown and select the monitoring condition to be added to the target.

11. Complete the target setup wizard if creating a new target. Click Save if editing the target.

12. Observe that the monitoring condition is listed in the header of the target details.

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