The Monitoring_Query_Host type represents a monitoring instance. It consists of a hardware ID to monitor, an IP address attached to that hardware ID, a method of monitoring, and what to do in the instance that the monitor ever fails.
The argument to be used for this monitor, if necessary. The lowest monitoring levels (like ping) ignore this setting, but higher levels like HTTP custom use it.
Virtual Guest Identification Number for the guest being monitored.
The ID of the hardware being monitored
Identification Number for the host being monitored.
The unique identifier for this object
The IP address to be monitored. Must be attached to the hardware on this object
The ID of the query type to use.
The ID of the response action to take when the monitor fails
The status of this monitoring instance. Anything other than "ON" means that the monitor has been disabled
The number of 5-minute cycles to wait before the "responseAction" is taken. If set to 0, the response action will be taken immediately
Relational & Count Properties
Relational Properties can be queried by object mask
The hardware that is being monitored by this monitoring instance
The most recent result for this particular monitoring instance.
The type of monitoring query that is executed when this hardware is monitored.
The action taken when a monitor fails.
The subnet object that holds the IP address associated with this query host.