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LogicMonitor allows you to periodically test website performance and availability from outside of your network, or from Collectors situated within your network. The former monitors website accessibility and functionality as experienced by the general public and the latter monitors website accessibility and functionality as experienced by your business’ internal users.
LogicMonitor’s websites monitoring functionality is divided into two types of checks:
Website monitoring is managed from the Websites page of your account. As shown (and discussed) next, the Websites page has three main components.
The metrics collected for a website depend on whether the website is monitored by a Web Check or Ping Check. Collected data is available for viewing from a website’s Graphs and Raw Data tabs. As highlighted in the following screenshot, both of these tabs track website data on a per-checkpoint basis ( ) and on an overall checkpoint basis ( ).
Note: In addition to viewing website metrics on the Graphs and Raw Data tabs for a website, you can also view these metrics from your dashboards. See Widget Overview for more information on adding website metrics to your dashboards.
For each checkpoint configured in your Web Check (whether an external LogicMonitor checkpoint or internal Collector), the following data is monitored:
In addition to viewing data on a per-checkpoint basis, there are a few metrics offered that provide a view into the health of the Web Check overall (i.e. aggregated across all checkpoint locations):
For each checkpoint configured in your Ping Check (whether an external LogicMonitor checkpoint or internal Collector), the following data is monitored:
In addition to viewing data on a per-checkpoint basis, there are a few metrics offered that provide a view into the health of the Ping Check overall (i.e. aggregated across all checkpoint locations):
LogicMonitor has several testing locations you can use for Web Checks and Ping Checks. These checkpoints are part of our SiteMonitor service and are intended to provide you with details about access to your website externally.
You will get better test information if you are not explicitly watching for traffic from a given IP address. For this reason, we do not recommend you directly add the IP addresses of these locations to your allow list, and they are likely to change more frequently than our other server addresses. If you find that you need to restrict pages to SiteMonitor requests, the best options are:
However, if you need to explicitly allow access to the list of IP addresses SiteMonitor may check from, you will find each location, along with its allocated IP address/address block, listed next.
Note: Locations are not necessarily grouped together in this listing so please review entire list for all IPs corresponding to a particular checkpoint.
Access the list of public IP addresses here: TXT | JSON | XML
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