Passive Monitoring
Passive Monitoring Passive Monitoring is the way to check the site performance by server-side software.

Passive Monitoring is the way to check the site performance by server-side software. It can create the exact copy of incoming traffic for analysis, or it can operate on real traffic. Passive monitoring may collect statistics and watch over some important values, like traffic consumption, number of visitors etc. Also it is handy to analyze the real workflow on your site. However, only server-side errors could be caught. If case of broken Іnternet connection or other Internet-related errors, passive monitoring fails - as it shows only the server performance which is Ok. You'll notice the the lack of visitors, but this fact does not appear immediately. And this is the main difference between the Passive Monitoring (server-side) and Active Monitoring (third-party).

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This service helps me track when my website goes offline on all service platforms which are accessible (SMS, Emails and Skype) making me be aware of any issues as they occur and act instantly to make sure the customer remains happy.

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SSL Certificate Monitoring

For those seeking a possibility to keep SSL certificates always up-to-date and have a constant watch over their expiry dates, there is a Certificate expiration function. Read more: How to activate a Certificate expiration function?

 

For those seeking a possibility to keep SSL certificates always up-to-date and have a constant watch over their expiry dates, there is a Certificate expiration function. Having an effective SSL certificates monitoring should always be one of your main priorities.

How to activate

Simply sign up, go to Add check, then scroll to the bottom of drop-down list, click on Certificate expiration and wait till the Check window pops up prompting you to fill in the form.

Enter the domain name or the list of domain names you want to monitor for certificate expiry and add the task name.

Once this is completed, go to Subscriptions and set the alerting frequency interval. Finally, click on Save. Note that, we’ll contact you on the following events:

  • UP - If a certificate expires in:

    • 30 days (1 month)

    • 7 days (1 week)

    • 1 day

  • DOWN - The day your certificate expires

  • REPEAT - Daily, after your certificates expired, and has not been replaced yet.

Don’t forget to specify the Contact group for notification!

Put tick marks next to the contacts of people, who should be informed in case of any problems.

Note: if you want to be notified not only by email, but also by other messengers (Skype, Viber, Hangouts, Telegram), add them in the "Add Contact" bar or in the "Notifications" menu on the main page screen.

If you have any questions about configuring SSL, please contact our Support: ht2support@host-tracker.com

 

 

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