Thanks for your suggestion, well actually the first part is already implemented, when you have a downtime only on IPv4 or IPv6 it’ll say “DOWN (IPv6 only)” in the alerts. I see on your accounts that you didn’t saw this message because the checks were just created and already down, and we currently need at least one successful check on both stacks before to trigger this message. But thinking about this I’m not sure why so I’ll probably change this to make in work also in your case.
Also you’re right it should be added to the UI.
About the API and Webhook you can already get very detailed informations about dual stack tests in the /downtimes endpoint using the “results=true” parameter. I’ll gradually make more details available to other endpoints.
An error occurred while saving the commentJakob Gahde commented
Yeah, I intentionally created that half-down check to specifically to check for this behaviour, since it is quite important to me. I’m glad that only something trivial like that was the issue here.
Also, good to hear the data is already available in the API as well! I think I misread the description of the results parameter, I thought that parameter was for historical up/down data, even though that is actually the purpose of the endpoint it belongs to… 🤦 Well, thanks for clearing that up!Jakob Gahde shared this idea ·
Ok I’m moving this back to “under review” as it’s gathering a lot of interest, but this would require first https://updown.uservoice.com/forums/177972/suggestions/16982392 and https://updown.uservoice.com/forums/177972/suggestions/15589635 to be implemented to provide a decent UI for this.
Feb 2021 update: A first version of the group status page feature (only the basics for now) has been released so you can give it a try!
The link is hidden for the moment, please go to https://updown.io/status_pages to create your first status page.
And here is a demo status page that we just created: https://updown.io/p/3ji4k
Please give it a go and let us know what you think!
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