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The Monitor clause client programs to make an (authenticated) TCP connection to Radiator, and use that connection to monitor, probe, modify and collect statistics from Radiator. For more information, see Section 3.127. <Monitor>.
Monitor implements a simple command language, which is described in this section.
All Monitor connections must be authenticated with the LOGIN command before any significant command can be executed. If a connection has not been authenticated, the only commands that can be executed are LOGIN, HELP and QUIT.
Monitor supports 2 basic connection types:
Monitor supports 2 types of authentication in the LOGIN command: