Measuring EPP parameters Sample Clauses

Measuring EPP parameters. Every 5 minutes, EPP probes will select oneIP address” of the EPP servers of the TLD being monitored and make an “EPP test”; every time they should alternate between the 3 different types of commands and between the commands inside each category. If an “EPP test” result is undefined/unanswered, the EPP service will be considered as unavailable from that probe until it is time to make a new test.

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