Monitoring from multiple geographic locations provides the website manager and owner with a valuable and unique global perspective that can help to improve the overall quality of any website. WebSitePulse currently has monitoring locations on all continents (except for Antarctica) - the most recent list of our monitoring locations is available at https://www.websitepulse.com/features/monitoring.network.php.
Before alerting users for a problem, our system verifies the error with a secondary station. Therefore, users are notified only for problems that a company has control over and not for isolated Internet outages.
Adding additional locations allows you to add an additional level of false alert prevention - you can configure our monitoring to send alerts only if a certain number of the locations monitoring your target report it is down.
- Location status
- Location settings
- Enable IPv6 connections
- Location Correlated Notification Level
- Error confirmation
Frequently asked questions
- Why do you support multiple geographic monitoring stations?
- What happens if your system detects a problem with my monitored website and web server?
- I can monitor my own servers locally. Why do I need WebSitePulse.com?