About the current /IPMON PREFIX command wildcard behavior--and the available way to make it work according to NetMaster standard.

Document ID : KB000048305
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Description:

On IP Resource Monitor, the use of wildcard character (*) on PREFIX command only works correctly when the wildcard is the trailing character mask, in spite of the fact of the help panel showing other uses of thewildcard character.

Solution:

PTF RO69214 (RESOURCE MONITOR PREFIX COMMAND WILDCARD FUNCTION) changes the behavior of wildcard(s) in the Resource Monitor PREFIX command. If global $RMPMASK is set to YES, then for resource name mask, ? matches asingle character and * matches zero or more characters.