Basic Target Types
The Basic target type performs only low level monitoring - in most cases it will only check if a connection to your server can be established without performing any additional tests. Currently you can choose between the following basic target types:
PING basic - pings the monitored target to test network status;
HTTP basic - monitors HTTP port availability;
HTTPS basic - monitors HTTPS port availability;
FTP basic - monitors FTP port availability;
POP3 basic - monitors POP3 port availability;
IMAP basic - monitors IMAP port availability;
SSH basic - monitors SSH port availability;
Telnet basic - monitors Telnet port availability;
RTSP basic - monitors RTSP server availability.
- FTP Basic Target Type
- IMAP Basic Type
- POP3 Basic target type
- RTSP Basic Target Type
- Ping Basic Target Type
- FTP / File Transfer Protocol
- Ping / Packet Internet Gropper
- HTTP / HyperText Transfer Protocol
- URL Contacts
Frequently asked questions
- Can you monitor wireless routers?
- What is the purpose of Traceroute information and how to activate it?