SMS Credits

SMS Credits are used when you receive SMS Notifications. A contact list can contain up to 5 phone numbers that will be notified via SMS if you assign the contact list to any of your Uptime Monitors or Blacklist Monitors. Every phone number that receives a notification will use 1 SMS credit, so if you […]

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SMS Notifications

In order to start receiving SMS Notifications about your Uptime Monitors or Blacklist Monitors, you will need to add one or more phone numbers to your contact list. Be sure to click the “Send test notification” button, in order to make sure that your phone can receive our SMS notifications. Allow some time for the […]

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Uptime Monitoring IP Addresses

Here’s the list of all our Uptime Monitoring IP Addresses. New York: 52.207.41.187 96.126.106.201 52.23.120.125 138.197.17.201 66.165.247.154 San Francisco: 23.239.7.4 52.52.33.209 149.28.212.239 159.89.159.134 Dallas: 104.237.139.48 45.32.204.172 23.227.169.50 Amsterdam: 95.179.139.97 51.15.61.222 188.166.79.172 London: 52.56.73.124 139.162.228.62 95.179.193.59 178.62.11.90 Frankfurt: 52.59.92.96 78.46.88.58 94.16.112.18 Singapore: 52.221.91.160 139.162.22.205 128.199.187.77 45.76.150.238 Sydney: 52.65.182.14 45.76.120.140 139.99.169.250 172.105.168.58 Sao Paulo: 52.67.204.189 104.41.61.219 35.199.108.206 Tokyo: […]

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Categories

Having your Bulk Report neatly organized is a very important thing if you plan on using it as your public uptime status page. Now you can customize it even further by assigning Categories to your monitors. Start by editing or adding a new Uptime Monitor (in this example I’ll be editing). In the “Category” field, […]

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Network Diagnostics

When detecting an outage, our Uptime Monitoring system will save up Ping and MTR samples from every monitored location towards your monitored target. This way, if the outage was caused due to a network problem, you will have all the info you need in order to debug the issue or properly report it to your upstream provider. […]

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Live Detected Outages

The Live Detected Outages is a widget found on your dashboard and on the main website on the Uptime Monitoring product page. What this widget does is to display, in real time, all of the current outages which are detected by our system. This widget is not account specific, so it contains data from all of […]

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SSL Certificate Expiration Date Monitoring

This feature is included for free in our Uptime Monitor service. When adding an Uptime Monitor website that uses SSL, our system will automatically also monitor and display the SSL Expiration Date. All SSL websites are monitored by default. Once you add an HTTPS website to your Uptime Monitors list: it can take up to […]

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Show Monitored Target In Uptime Reports

You can choose whether or not to display your monitored target in the Uptime Reports. When adding or editing any Uptime Monitor, click on the “show advanced settings”: Now scroll down and locate the following setting: The default value will always be not to show your monitored website link, ip address, or hostname in your […]

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SSL Monitoring

This feature is included for free in our Uptime Monitor service. You can choose to monitor the validity and authenticity of your SSL along with your website monitoring. Here’s how to do it. When adding or editing an HTTPS Website Uptime Monitor, click on “show advanced settings”: Now locate the SSL Verification settings: Here’s what each of […]

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Add a Service Uptime Monitor

Let’s start by clicking the “Add Monitor” button from the Uptime Monitors page. You’ll notice a pop-up window appears. Select “Ping/Service” from the select list. Now the window just expanded to contain more fields, which we’ll go through below. Standard Settings: Monitor Name – this should be a user friendly name for your service uptime monitor, that will […]

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