We are in the process of changing the IP address of the B2B server. What is the fastest way to determine all the connectivity to a B2B server?
I think the session log will give you the information you’re looking for. However, there’s no automatic analysis tool for this, so you’ll have to manually go through it to find the appropriate values (or create a tool yourself).
The session log only contains inbound sessions to that B2B not any outbound connectivity. How to obtain the outbound connectivity without the use of netstat/netmon?
Keith - from the standpoint of the B2B server, changing the IP address only affects inbound communications.
There is no built-in mechanism for detecting network connectivity from within the B2B server.
Qualify connectivity. Outbound or inbound? HTTP, HTTPS (with or without authentication), FTP, e-mail, or non-InterNet protocols? Internal or external? Polled or triggered?
Sorry to sound like nitpicking, but it’s a vague question you’re asking (“all connectivity”).