Port Alert - Get alert when Socket connect to TCP ports consecutive timeout such as port 21(FTP),80(Httpd)...
Socket connection to TCP ports - Services such as
FTP using port
SMTP(25), DNS(53), Httpd(80),MSSQL(1433), MYSQL(3306).. or self defined port #.
Monitoring TCP ports connection is monitoring these services on your servers.
numbers of consecutive Socket connection timeout to get alert
- Alert you only when the TCP ports connect timeout on a continuous time period.
You can setup any # of consecutive 1 or 2 or 3,...10...20..100..500.. timeout to
send you alert.
Alert you only when TCP ports connect timeout the first time reach
the consecutive # - No keep sending you
alert when servers remain timeout.
Alert you again when connection get back to normal then alert you next time
get consecutive timeout.
Keep monitoring 7/24 and send you alert.
Alerts include SMS, Email and Sound. SMS and Email alerts send out from our
server and has option to send additional email alert thru your own or Gmail/ Yahoo/ Hotmail
SMTP server at the same time to ensure you can receive alerts. Check Gmail/ Yahoo/ Hotmail
Save timeout detail information to log file and separate the
log files by date automatically.
Allow to limit SMS sending
a day - Cap # of SMS
sending to avoid large SMS alert when
abnormal situation happened.
set max. # is 10 then the 10th SMS will have 10/10 in the end. No
SMS alert but you still can get mail alert.
Counter will be reset
at 00:00 to let you get SMS alert next day
I am alive
notice - Has option to setup mailing you the current monitoring log
periodically to let you know program is running and
watching your servers
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Monitoring locally and
send instant SMS alert locally or globally to your clients.
Alert text in SMS / Mail will be
Host Name / IP address + Port + Last Status + Description
+ timeout duration, start and
end time stamp. Below is alert text example
192.168.3.99 1433 Down(01:21:42)
Internal MSSQL DB
57 seconds (8 times) connect timeout from 2015-08-21
01:20:45 to 01:21:42
Internal MSSQL DB
Back to Alive
Set up #
of consecutive timeout to trigger ALERT.
Column "Timeout #" is the
consecutive connection timeout which you can define. Column "Count" is the count
of consecutive timeout (down). Alert will be sent only when Count = Timeout.
sending alert and counter will be reset if it back to alive just after
1,2,3 or 4 consecutive connection timeout (eg, you setup alert timeout
# to 5 as below)