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  1. Please add more options for the web service check intervals. We have some security checks that we want to perform which do not require to be done every ten minutes, but are more appropriate to be performed just two or three times a day.
  2. Hi, I am looking for option to set the severity level for websites (ping/web) check. As of now only single severity can be checked based on the criteria but can't we have multiple severity level for website check as we do in device datasource? (Ping loss 20%-Warning, 60%-Error and 80%- Critical). I had chat with support team and this feature is presently not available in LM. Regards, Aveen
  3. Please make it possible to have independent alert trigger consecutive counts for status and response times when configuring a web service check. For example, I need to be able to alert on status after 2 checks fail, but only alert on response after 5 consecutive response time threshold violations.
  4. Where there is only one checkpoint defined for a web service check, in particular for internal web service checks, please make it so that an overall failure alert also includes the ping and traceroute info in the tooltip, see attached. Currently this tool tip info is only available for individual checkpoint alerts. If there is only one checkpoint location, then the ping and traceroute info should be included in the overall alert too. This would be very useful in reducing alerts. At the moment where I have one checkpoint (because that is all that is needed) I have to generate two alerts for the same incident, one with the useful ping and traceroute and the overall one (which is redundant in a single checkpoint scenario).