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First Alert Service Monitor network monitoring software program. First Alert Service Monitor is a full featured Internet/network service monitoring solution. Monitor Internet protocols such as HTTP, FTP, SMTP, etc… Options include: Intuitive interface, easy view of all services, several alert options, service dependencies, run as an NT service, and many more features. Always be alerted if any of your Internet/network services are down, with First Alert Service Monitor.
This Service Monitoring Software is an Internet service monitor. It monitors your Internet services, network servers, and routers. It will alert you if a service or an event fails. Supports advanced scripting. Monitors Internet Services and alerts the user with a variety of methods if down. Always know whether or not your web site or other network services are up or down with First Alert Service Monitor. First Alert Service Monitor will check your site or other services as often as you have it configured to. If one of your services stops responding, you will be notified in the ways you have configured and the down time will be logged. If you pay a firm to host your site or service, you should be able to get at least a partial refund from your site hosting company if any serious down time occurs. Save money with First Alert Service Monitor! If one of your Internet Services goes down, you will be alerted by any or all
of these many alarms. Select Alerts include: [Error Sound], [Plays your choice of WAV files (once or repeatedly)], [Show Alert Message box], [Send Email at Beginning of Alert], [Send Email at Ending of Alert], Phone you],[Page you], [Execute a Program]. You can use the First Alert ServiceMonitor [Execute Program] option to fix the problem in many cases. If your
site or service does go down and then come back up without you knowing about it, First Alert Service Monitor will send you emails documenting the events date and time from down to up again.
Updates: official site does not provide any info about changes in this version.