How do I create an Alert List to notify me when a server is up or down?

Our DNS Failover monitoring and Cloud Networking solutions (e.g. Load Balancing, firewall) have the ability to send email alerts when devices go up or down. In order to create an alert list and assign it to your failover pool, follow these steps: Go to the ACCOUNT link in the upper-right corner of the management portal. […]

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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 https://www.mydomain.com/test.php, you would change the value in the HTTP Request […]

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Extracting the Client IP in IIS 7.0 and 7.5

NOTE: This article covers obtaining the original client IP for logging purposes. If you need to obtain it for use in your code, check out this article. IMPORTANT! Before implementing the steps below, we’ll assume you’ve enabled the “client-ip” header pass-through. To do so, log into the management portal and edit your server(s). In the […]

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Extracting the Client IP in IIS 6 or lower

NOTE: This article covers obtaining the original client IP for logging purposes. If you need to obtain it for use in your code, check out this article. IMPORTANT! Before implementing the steps below, we’ll assume you’ve enabled the “client-ip” header pass-through. To do so, log into the management portal and edit your server(s). In the […]

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