Network Eagle Checks

HTTP Location Check

General information

An HTTP Location Check tries to connect to the specified HTTP server and to check if the specified HTTP path on the HTTP server is available using the HTTP protocol. The path can point either to a directory or to a file on the HTTP server.

Status Conditions

Successful - The HTTP location check is considered successful if Network Eagle successfully establishes a connection to the HTTP server, logs in and finds the specified HTTP URL.

Failed - The HTTP location check is considered failed if a TCP connection is NOT established during the specified timeout interval. If the connection to the server is established, but the user login information is invalid or the file/directory is missing on the HTTP server.

Check Settings

Besides the standard properties, you should specify the following ones for this check:

See the picture below.

See Also

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