Available Methods

Following actions can be performed with Task Objects:

You can find detailed descriptions of JSON objects and fields for a specific task type in the related sections:

Potential Values for Task_Type_Id

Each task type has its own Task_Type_Id, which has to be specified within a JSON object, while creating new tasks.

Task Type Description Task_Type_Id
HTTP Non-secure Web Sites (HTTP) 1
HTTPS Secure Web Sites (HTTPS) 2
POP3/IMAP Incoming Mail Server (POP3/IMAP) 3
SMTP Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) 4
SMTP<–>POP3/IMAP Mail Server Round Test (SMTP<–>POP3/IMAP) 5
FTP FTP server 6
Ping Network Device (Ping, ICMP) 7
DNS DNS server 8
Connection Port availability (Telnet) 9
SOAP Web Service (SOAP/HTTP) 10
Script Custom Script 11
UDP User Data Protocol (UDP) 12
DNSBL DNS blacklist (DNSBL) 15
MEDIA Streaming Media Server 16
SIP SIP Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). 17
SFTP FTP server based on SSH 18
Trace Route Traceroute to specified address. 20
User View
Web apps monitoring in real browsers. 21
Browser View Task Web pages monitoring in real browsers. 22
Performance Counter Monitoring of a test or production environment using data from the Windows Performance Counter (WPC). 23
ActiveSync Task Monitoring access to mail servers via Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync protocol. 25
MetricsView Custom Collector Gather and aggregate data from any counter on any system. 26
SNMP Collector
Monitoring SNMP capable devices. 27
Linux Collector
Monitoring of a test or production environment using data from the Collectd Linux Performance Counter. 28
Lighthouse Report monitoring 29
Postman API monitoring using Postman Collections. 30
WebSocket WebSocket monitoring 31