You can use a monitoring policy to monitor your servers and to create rules specifying the events for which you would like to receive notifications. These notifications are displayed in the Warnings column in the server list view. You can also have the notifications sent to an email address of your choice.
In the Security > Monitoring Policies section, all the monitoring policies you have configured are listed in a table. This table lists the most important information for each monitoring policy:
Name: name assigned to the monitoring policy. You can change the name at any time.
Status: current status of the monitoring policy.
E-mail: email address that will receive all warnings from the monitoring policy.
Agent: monitoring type of the monitoring policy
Monitoring with agent: If the monitoring type with agent has been selected when creating the monitoring policy, the icon appears..
Monitoring without agent: If the monitoring type without agent has been selected when creating the monitoring policy, the icon appears.
To display all data for a specific monitoring policy, click its name. The list includes the following additional data:
Description: description of the monitoring policy. You can change the description at any time.
Resources: resources that are monitored by the monitoring policy. The information shown is updated by the monitoring policy every 5 minutes. You can change the threshold values set at any time.
Ports: ports that are monitored by the monitoring policy. You can add or remove ports at any time
Please note: To add a port, click .
Please note: To remove a port, click .
Processes: processes that are monitored by the monitoring policy. You can add or remove processes at any time.
Assigned Servers: servers that are monitored by the monitoring policy.
E-mail address: email address that receives warnings. You can change the email address at any time.
Agent: indicates whether the monitoring policy uses the agent to monitor the server.
Please note: To use this type of monitoring, you must install the agent on the server to be monitored.
Please note: If you monitor a server without installing an agent, then you cannot retrieve any information on available disk space or ongoing processes.
ID: ID of the monitoring policy. 1&1 IONOS needs the ID to manage the monitoring policy.
Date of creation: date when the monitoring policy was set up.
To edit an element, click .