Try Outages.io any time by downloading our Windows 7/8/10 or Linux software or optionally order one of our hardware agents if you prefer to monitor 24/7.
The hardware device simply connects to a free port on your router/modem and you are ready to go. It doesn’t get any simpler.
A free trial period is always included and will give you all of the details possible. Once your trial period is up, you can keep using the service at no cost or upgrade as you need, when you need. No contracts and no obligations.
Outages.io gives you an easy to understand way to monitor how your Internet connection and provider are doing. Reports show exactly where any problems are, in your building, with your provider or even beyond. It keeps track of problems, logging issues even when you aren’t there so that you have data to get help later or with ongoing problems. You can even enable instant notifications of possible Internet disruptions.
This demo shows all of the views and functions available to you when you monitor your Internet using Outages.io. This is a live demonstration of an Internet connection being monitored. Not all functions are available in this demo but it helps give some insight on what to expect.
Demo default settings
-Outages minimum are pre-set for the demo and cannot be changed
-A Phoenix Arizona address is set for this agent
-Outages data (historical) may not be 100% accurate because this is a test account
-The demo contains one agent. If you have more than one agent installed, all will show in the list.
Click on the blue button below to head to Outages.io.
Log in as ‘demo’ with the password of ‘123456’
Once logged in, click the first icon (the one with four small squares) under Actions on the right hand side. This will take you to the dashboard.
-Mouse over items for additional details
-Editable features are disabled
The Outages.io FAQ can be found at this link. It contains helpful notes/tips on all current features and is constantly being updated. A minimal changelog can be found here showing what we are up to behind the scenes.
Being a public demo, most functions have been disabled to prevent editing or changing of settings. However, the demo shows you how things work. Click around, check things out and then create an account of your own and see how your Internet is performing.