Port Service Plug-in
The Port plug-in is displayed when you choose Port in the Service
Kind pop-up menu in the Service Info pane.
This plug-in is used by the default Incoming Mail, Outgoing Mail &
SSH services. It will connect to a server and engage in a brief
scripted conversation to check that it is operating normally.
Enter the port number to check. If you don't know the port
number, you can find it online, e.g. Liste officielle d'IANA. Some popular
ones include 22 for SSH, 25 for SMTP, 110 for POP, 143 for IMAP, 194
for IRC, etc.
- Capture Session
Click this button after entering the port number, to display a
panel that allows connecting to a server on that port and assist you
in constructing the session script.
- Insert variable
Variables are markers in the text that are replaced by another
value when a filter, notifier or service is used. Select a field (or
place an insertion point in a field) in the session script area, then
use this menu to insert a variable in that field. Refer to the Service Variables
page for descriptions of the available variables. In addition, for
historical reasons you can also use Username and
Password, but should instead use TestUsername and
- If receive
Enter text to look for after connecting. This text must be
output by the server after connection; if not, the check is considered
a failure. If this text is received, Simon will send the text from the
then send field. That field should contain a command
for the server, to be sent if the script has gone okay so far. After
sending it, Simon will continue to the next step in the script (the
- Or receive
Enter text that would indicate an error occurred. This may be
blank if desired. If the error text is found, Simon will send the text
from the adjacent
then send field. This is also a command for
the server, and should typically be a command to exit the session.
After sending this, Simon will report a failure, and stop the script.
Click this button to remove the associated line.
Click this button to remove the associated line.,
allowing multiple steps in the session script.
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Dernière mise à jour le 7 août 2015