SSL errors due to expiring LetsEncrypt root certificate (DST Root CA X3)

[September 24, 2021] Starting today, we’ve started seeing an increased number of SSL certificate failures, which is due to one of LetsEncrypt root certificates (DST Root CA X3) that’s about to expire within the next few days, on September 30, 2021. You can read more about this here:https://letsencrypt.org/docs/dst-root-ca-x3-expiration-september-2021/https://techcrunch.com/2021/09/21/lets-encrypt-root-expiry/ Why is this happening before the expiration […]

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Schedule Recurring Maintenance

[June 15, 2021] We’re introducing the ability to set your scheduled maintenance windows as recurring. This will allow you to schedule a maintenance window once, and have it repeat every X hours, days, weeks, months, or years, as needed to fit your needs. It will come in handy for the users that perform maintenances on […]

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Schedule Recurring Maintenance

Scheduling a recurring maintenance for your Uptime Monitors can be done by checking the “Rec.” box on your Schedule Maintenance window: Once that box is checked, you’ll have the option to configure the recurring interval for your scheduled maintenance: Then, be sure to click on the ‘Add New’ button, in order to add the scheduled […]

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API – Add Website/Ping/Service/SMTP Uptime Monitor

API Call Name: v2 Add Uptime Monitor API Call: https://api.hetrixtools.com/v2/<API_TOKEN>/uptime/add/ Create a POST request to the API link with a JSON payload built as instructed below. General JSON body You can use the body below when adding any type of Uptime Monitor. Please note that some variables are not needed / ignored for certain Uptime Monitor […]

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Changes to our Uptime Monitoring Network

[April 15, 2021] We’re posting this announcement publicly as well, however all of the affected users have already been emailed regarding these changes. If you have not whitelisted our Uptime Monitoring IPs in your firewall, then no action is needed on your part, you can safely ignore the rest of this announcement. However, if you […]

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Introducing the “Global Status” section in our Uptime Reports

[April 14, 2021] Start by accessing any of your Uptime Reports, as described here:https://docs.hetrixtools.com/how-do-i-access-my-uptime-reports/ On your Uptime Reports, you’ll be able to find the new “Global Status” section, towards the top of the page: This section will contain real-time data regarding your monitored target, collected from each of the monitored locations that you have selected […]

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How do I access my Uptime Reports?

Start by going to your Uptime Monitors dashboard, from the top side menu: From your monitors list, each monitor’s Uptime Report can be accessed by clicking the link under the “Report” column: Each Uptime Monitor has its own Uptime Report, which includes all of its uptime data. All of your Uptime Reports are private by […]

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API – Add Server Agent Uptime Monitor (Heartbeat Uptime Monitor)

API Call Name: v2 Add Uptime Monitor API Call: https://api.hetrixtools.com/v2/<API_TOKEN>/uptime/add/ Create a POST request to the API link with a JSON payload built as instructed below. Type – Monitor Type 9 for Server Agent Monitor. Name – Monitor Name. Accepted: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, spaces, dots, dashes. Timeout – Time, in seconds, after which the Uptime Monitor […]

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API – Delete Uptime Monitor

API Call Name: v2 Delete Uptime Monitor API Call: https://api.hetrixtools.com/v2/<API_TOKEN>/uptime/delete/ Create a POST request to the API link with a JSON payload built as instructed below. MID – 32 characters long string representing the Uptime Monitor ID that you wish to delete. You can get your monitors’ IDs by using the API Call v1 List Uptime […]

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