During Agent Recorder installation, there is an option to bind the Agent Recorder to one of the existing network adapters (either wired Ethernet or WiFi). See step 12 here:
12. If multiple network interface cards are installed on the Agent machine, the Choose NIC Card window appears. Select the NIC card to use, then click Next.
We got questions from our customers around that topic:
If the connection between active Agent and Agent Manager is lost, how long is the data stored / retained on the Agent?
Answer by Chris V. ·
It's relevant to the packet capture functionality. The NIC you chose will have the AV agent drive bound to that NIC for the purpose of capturing the synthetic traffic during a transaction.
The CNS timings are done from the capture, so there may be a difference in the timing due to differences in the performanc of each network. I'd recommend disabling the WiFi interface so only the wried one is used - this should provide the best performance/most accurate data.
I'm not aware of a limit on how much data is stored on the agent (disk space will eventually limit it of course). The more important limit, is if the data isn't ready for the AM when the CAS collects it'll be missed by the CAS.
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