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Ping and if below x milliseconds then create error sending notification?


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Hey Brayden,

The feature you're looking for is natively supported in Pulseway. For Windows, you'll find the solution described here:
https://intercom.help/pulseway/en/articles/1514531-how-to-enable-ping-notifications

For Linux tho, there's no GUI available; therefore, you'll need to look into the config file, which is also natively supporting this function. The agent configuration is at /etc/pulseway/config.xml , the relevant part is shown on the screenshot attached.

I also noticed you've posted in the scripting forums, are you looking to check ping response times through a script?

Pulseway_Linux_Config_screenshot.png

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