Relic Solution: Understanding, Data transmission & its Endpoints

This Level Up post is a follow-up to Relic Solution: What is New Relic Browser monitoring, in this post, will deep dive into the BAM collector, what endpoints it uses and how data is transmitted to and from the webpage.

The IP addresses for the Browser collector, will fall within our network ranges listed at the top of our Networks documentation:

Set up DevTools

It’s split up into various endpoints within that domain based on the type of data that’s being sent. To view these endpoints, follow these steps outlined below:

  1. Open webpage where the Browser agent is installed.
  2. Press Command+Option+I (Mac) or Control+Shift+I (Windows, Linux) to open DevTools on the page.
  3. In DevTools, click the Network tab.
  4. Type ‘bam’ into the filter search box as shown here



SPA data and PageViewTiming data

  • The /events/* endpoint is for SPA monitoring data (BrowserInteraction events and AjaxRequest events) and PageViewTiming event data.

Page load timing

  • The /1/* endpoint is for basic page load timing data.

JS Errors

  • The /jserrors/* endpoint is for AJAX metric data and error monitoring data.


  • The /ins/* endpoint is for PageAction events sent to Insights.

Session Traces

  • The /resources/* endpoint is for session trace data (note that this will not appear for all page loads, because those are collected for a limited sampling of pages).

Data transmission

For both https and http webpages, New Relic transmits data via https. The following table summarizes when the data is transmitted to and from your website.

Data transmission Frequency
Fetch the agent script Once following page load via https
Send page load timing data Once following page load via https
Send AJAX and JavaScript error data Once per minute when there is activity via https
Send session trace data Every ten seconds when there is activity and a session trace is occurring via https
Send SPA data At the end of an interaction via https
Send PageViewTiming data As the timing events occur via https

More information

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