DNS Failover service upgraded with better monitoring time and notification controls


Our development team works tirelessly to make our services better. Now we are introducing the latest DNS Failover updates:

  • Added an option to set up the DNS Failover checks intervals. Using it will avoid changing the IP if you have short-term network problems. Available options are:
    • 1 minute (default)
    • 2 minutes
    • 5 minutes
    • 10 minutes
    • 15 minutes
    • 20 minutes
    • 30 minutes
    • 1 hour

    Note: Still, double confirmation is needed. For example, if the check is at every 10 minutes, it means the change will be applied once the second confirmation is received, which will require a total of 20 minutes monitoring time.
  • You will now be able to choose which email to receive Failover notifications for every different check. If there is no notification mail for the check, notifications will be sent by default to the account e-mail.

    Note: From now, it is mandatory notification mail to be entered once the check is modified or created in the ClouDNS Reseller Panel, so you will be sure the notification will be sent directly to e-mails entered by your customers, instead of to flood your account e-mail.
  • As part of better reporting, we have added an opportunity to export logs from monitoring in CSV format, so you can perform better audits on your side and review the logs.

If you still don't use DNS Failover, you can learn more about it here.

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