What should I configure the “Failover After” setting to?

The “failover after” setting (shown below) in the main Failover Pool configuration is the number of our cloud nodes (datacenters) that must see your server as DOWN before actually failing over. All of our datacenters monitor your servers all the time. This setting simply allows you to increase the reliability of the results before action […]

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Can I use the HTTP monitor to check a specific page on my site?

Yes, absolutely. When creating an HTTP monitor, you can go to the SPECIAL PARAMETERS tab and adjust the HTTP Request value to look for your special page. By default the HTTP Request value is “HEAD /”. If, for example, you wanted to test the page at http://www.mydomain.com/test.php, you would change the value in the HTTP Request […]

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How many monitor types do you support for detecting the status of a server?

MONITORS OVERVIEW The Cloud Networking system supports a very large subset of monitors from something as simple as a ping to something more complex as a DNS record lookup or even an HTTP Post that looks for specific content on the return. Configuring the correct monitor is essential to properly detecting outages for devices. Below […]

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