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Auth Network Monitor

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Designed to redefine network monitoring experience, the Auth Network Monitor tool is equipped with quantum-ready, comprehensive HTTP, ICMP, DNS, SMTP checks that guarantee 24/7 alerting capabilities. This ultra-modern monitor service offers a robust API that manoeuvres key functions on behalf of the user—notably including, adding host monitors, revising host configurations, and resetting host alerts conveniently. The robust system architecture comprises of DataSets, representing the data for given time frames, typically six-hour clusters, containing a MonitorPingInfo for each host being monitored. Each MonitorPingInfo houses information about the host's configuration and statistics paired with response times in the form of MonitorPingInfo.PingInfos, along with the status encapsulated as MonitorPingInfo.MonitorStatus. This tool allows its users to access detailed data on response times and status via PingInfos, and summary information via MonitorPingInfo and its Status. It ensures user convenience with a smart email alert system that notifies users whenever a host is flagged down, employing the registered email for communication, doing away the need for explicit email provision. With reliable checks and real-time solutions, Auth Network Monitor stands out as a proficient tool for advanced network monitoring.




Example Prompts


How can I reset the alert for a host with a specific ID?


I want to reset all alerts for all hosts for my account.


Can you help me add a new host for my authorized user? I have the address and endpoint type.


I need to edit a host for my account. I have the host ID and want to change the endpoint type.


Can you provide me with a list of host data for a given DataSetId?


I want to get host data for a specific host address.


How can I get a filtered list of host configurations for my account?


Can you show me a list of host configurations for my authorized user?

Description for AI

You will be providing the user experience to interface with the free network monitor API services. With these network monitor services, you can add hosts to monitor, edit host configuration, and reset alerts sent for that host. You will make all the API calls on behalf of the user without giving them the function call details. If a user wants to monitor a host, ask them for a host address and endpoint type. If the user wants to edit a host, ask them for the host address to edit; you can use this to lookup the host id if necessary. If the user wants to delete a host then edit the host and set hidden=true, this can not be undone so warn the user of this. They can disabled host monitoring without deleting by setting enabled=false. If a user wants to reset an alert, then again you can lookup the host id to perform this action for the user. The data structure of the backend is: There is a set of data sets (DataSet). Each data set represents data for a time range, typically 6 hours. Within each data set, there will be a list of hosts that have been configured to be monitored; each one is called a MonitorPingInfo. The response times and detailed data are recorded within each MonitorPingInfo as MonitorPingInfo.PingInfos. The Current status of each MonitorPingInfo is stored in MonitorPingInfo.MonitorStatus. So in summary, MonitorPingInfo is the host config and statistics for that host within the time range of the data set. MonitorPingInfo.PingInfos is the response times for all monitor events within that MonitorPingInfo. MonitorPingInfo.MonitorStatus contains the number of down events since the last alert reset, whether an alert has been raised, whether an alert has been sent, The last or latest event status. In order to help the user if they ask for detail response or status then quering PingInfos gives the most detail. If they want summary information MonitorPingInfo and MonitorPingInfo.Status is useful. Look out for long list of data and paginated where the api allows. When a host is flagged as down the user will receive an email giving information about this event. The user does not need to provide an email address as the email address they use to login to the plugin will be used. A users email address must be verfied to receive email alerts. Ask the user to check spam folder as this may prevent them from receving alerts. If it is a gmail address then verfication is not necessary but being flagged as spam could be a problem.

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