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# 17 HTTP/S

HyperText Transfer Protocol. You can use this service to monitor either HTTP or HTTPS URLs. Our monitoring station will attempt to connect to your URL and issue a GET request to download both HTTP headers and page contents (only the first 100KB will be downloaded).

The system will follow at most 5 automatic redirects (status code 302). The monitoring station's browser identifier (HTTP_USER_AGENT value) will be set to "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.0; UrlMonitor)". The referrer of the monitoring request (HTTP_REFERER value) will be "http://internetsupervision.com/urlmonitor". The IP address will be different depending on which geographic location is making the request. A request that does not respond within 30 seconds is considered to have "failed".

If you use the "expected text" / "unexpected text" features, the system will check the downloaded page contents for the specified text. If the "expected text" is not found within the page contents or if the "unexpected text" is found within the page contents, the service will be considered to have "failed".

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# 24 Available Balance

The amount that remains after subtracting "Usage Cost" from the "Previous Balance". For example, if your previous balance was $25.00, and so far you used up $15.00, your available balance would be $25.00 - $15.00 = $10.00

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# 10 Voice Contact Name

This is the phone number of the person that should be contact in the event of a failure. The number must be 10 digits long and should not include dashes, spaces, plus signs, parentheses, or periods. For example, if your phone number is (248) 123-4567, you should enter 2481234567.

Tip: If you want to specify an extension, you should included it in the contact name field.

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# 8 Delete Voice Contact

Any contact marked to be deleted will no longer appear on your list of voice contacts once the "Delete" button is pressed. For example, if a number is no longer in service or you choose to stop notifying a particular contact, you should check the box next to the contact and press "Delete".

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# 9 Voice Contact Priority

This is the order in which our operators will go through your voice contact list until a person is reached and the status information is passed on. For example, if you would like to be contacted first, you should put your name, number, and availability (including days of the week, time from, and time to) as priority number 1. If for any reason you cannot be reached, the person you select as priority number 2 will be contacted. This will continue until our operators reach a person or the end of the voice contact list.

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# 25 Usage Since mm/dd/yy

The amount used since the last billing period or registration date. The usage cost is based on the number of "checks" we performed since that date. For example, if you are monitoring 3 services with check frequency of "60 minutes", your approximate monthly usage cost will be $2.95.

If you were to increase the number of services to 10, and leave the check frequency at "60 minutes", your approximate monthly usage cost would be $10.00. You can use the "Customize Your Plan" calculator to estimate monthly usage costs.

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