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Open many protocol or other jumps, and record only once

We have many, many protocol jumps and recording is required. Every additional protocol jump initiated creates a 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. recording, and the overhead on the user's machine grows exponentially. It would be useful to record only once with the first protocol jump initiated, instead of every single one.

To alleviate this exceptional recording overhead, I have two possible suggestions.

Option 1 -- Initiate recording on the first jump (of any kind), and simply include the additional jumps in the same, single recording, regardless of how many more are initialized or closed out. Recording stops when the last protocol jump (or other jump) is closed down, regardless of whether it was the first jump initiated or not.

Option 2 -- Have the ability to create a single IP/FQDN protocol jump that can then proxy for multiple IP's/FQDN's on the other side. That way, we can create a single protocol jump for multiple servers, with multiple ports, and enable ONE recording.

  • Guest
  • Aug 30 2019
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  • Guest commented
    15 Jun, 2020 12:16pm

    Option 1 is good but the number 2 is far better. Because we need to do some small things which do not require any complex things. Also here you can check to get quality data easily, And did not consume much time also. I will try this from the option number two for recording.