This help page is for version 8.2. The latest available help is for version 8.3.
FTP Server Monitor
The FTP Server monitor can watch an FTP server on a
monitored computer to ensure it is up and running. This is accomplished by connecting to the server, optionally using credentials that you supply.
Above you can see the configuration dialog for configuring the FTP Server monitor. The FTP server name is taken from the server that
the monitor is attached to. An optional username and password can be entered.
SSL connections (FTPS) are supported. If you don't know which setting to use, select "Don't Know" and press the Test button.
Each option will be tried and the one that works will be selected for you automatically.
When you press the Test button, the FTP settings are sent to the monitoring service (Central Monitoring Service or Satellite) and are tried
there. The test results will be sent back and displayed.
Standard Configuration Options
Like all monitors, this monitor has standard buttons on the right for Adding Actions,
setting Advanced Options and setting the Monitor Schedule.
The FTP Server can create reports based on the time to connect to the FTP server. This data can be charted as well as output in .CSV or HTML tabular form. In addition, you
can define what 'up' means and create an uptime report showing a percentage of uptime over a given time period.