Why do you support multiple geographic monitoring stations?
When one of our monitoring stations detects a problem with your website and web server, it triggers one of the other monitoring stations to confirm that it is detecting the same problem. This multiple confirmations of a problem help to reduce false alerts. You are notified only if the problem is confirmed by at least one independent monitoring location. You can increase this level when you define "Strict" location correlated notification level. Second, using multiple servers gives you an idea of the performance seen by users in different geographic locations.
- Monitoring Locations
- Location status
- Location settings
- Enable IPv6 connections
- Location Correlated Notification Level
Frequently asked questions
- What happens if your monitoring server goes down?
- Is it possible that some of the alerts I receive are false?
- 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?