[j-nsp] RPM-probes to HTTP proxy server?

Per Westerlund p1 at westerlund.se
Sat Jun 15 08:11:44 EDT 2019

Hi all!

I’m trying to set up RPM probes with a SRX (1500, 15.1X49) to a server 
(via IPsec tunnel, but that does not really have any bearing on the 
problems I’m facing). The server is an external proxy-server for HTTP 
requests, and it does not answer icmp-ping requests. Neither does it 
answer standard HTTP queries using ”probe-type http-get” (I can see 
the TCP session being set up correctly, but no answer).

The server is configured to only handle HTTP proxy requests.

I want to mimic what is possible to do with a Cisco box (this example 
works with the same server!):

ip sla 300
http raw
vrf xxx-xxx-xxx
   GET http://autodiscover-s.outlook.com HTTP/1.0\r\n
ip sla schedule 300 life forever start-time now

Is it possible to configure a RPM probe to emit a similar request using 
’data-fill’, or perhaps some magic content in ’target url …’ 
to get this working?

I have not been able to find any documentation on the details necessary 
when using ’probe-type http-get’ or ’probe-type 


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