ATR Server Status

Description

Simple, efficient, ad- and bloatfree plugin for testing whether or not a given server address is up for just you, or everyone else on a given port and protocol.
Servers & services are checked in real-time whenever a user requests to view the page where the shortcode is inserted.

Intuitive interface, makes is really easy to maintain servers & services to check.

You have the ability to filter/hook the message displayed to the user through functions.php in your theme folder.

add_filter("atr_server_success_message", function($message, $server) {
    return $server->humanname." appears to be working alright.";
}, 10, 2);

add_filter("atr_server_error_message", function($message, $server) {
    return $server->humanname." is down.";
}, 10, 2);

Features

  • Supports most common protocols (TCP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS) (FTP is on the todo)
  • Define a human friendly readable name for display
  • Define hostname
  • Define port
  • Define timeout in seconds
  • Define protocol
  • Drag’n’drop ordering
  • Edit and delete servers/services
  • Shortcodes for checking one or more servers frontend
  • Simple, clear and well explained settings page
  • Filter available configurations

1.2.2

  • Critical Hotfix: Fixing javascript ReferenceError breaking site javascript.

1.2.1

  • New setting: SSL Verify Peer.
  • New Setting: SSL Verify Host.
  • New setting: Request Execution Order.
  • Servers boxes now matches elementor page builders alerts (border-left added).

1.2.0

  • Added new configurations page.
  • Introduced a settings API, documentation to come at some point.
  • Some more translateable strings.
  • Bumped WordPress version compatibility.
  • Hopefully? Fixed drag-handle sorting, changed icon from ui to dashicons.
  • Updated plugin description.

1.1.4

  • More translateable strings
  • Implemented a more responsive experience in backend
  • Rephrased table heading descriptions to be a bit more descriptive

1.1.3

  • Bugfix & security update.
  • Fixed rare scenario where privilege escalation could occur during saving a servers data.
  • Fixed CSRF vulnerabilities, when adding/editing/deleting server data.
  • Rmove JS console.log breaking <= IE 7
  • Some strings are now translateable (More to come in future releases)

1.1.2

  • Added filters for messages displayed to the user.

1.1.1

  • Added sanitization function.
  • Now stripping sanitizing any data going into the database.

1.1.0

  • Fixed bug where only 5 server would be displayed in backend
  • Code Refactoring for publishing this plugin
  • Added assets, and readme files.

1.0.0

  • Initial release

Screenshots

Installation

  1. Install the plugin
  2. Configure the servers/services you want to check against in “Server Status” within wp-admin
  3. Insert one of the provided shortcodes on the desired page, and or post.

FAQ

None yet.
If you have a question feel free to send me an email and I’ll do my best to answer you within 48 hours.

Installation Instructions
  1. Install the plugin
  2. Configure the servers/services you want to check against in “Server Status” within wp-admin
  3. Insert one of the provided shortcodes on the desired page, and or post.

Reviews

Just was i was looking for

I’ve searched wide and far for a simple yet effective plugin that could allow my visitors to check if my services were Online and avaiable. ATR Server Status does just that. It has a simple to user menu, advanced check settings like timeout, and protocol which i don’t often come across.

It’s lightweight and accurate and i can highly recommend it to anyone that needs a plugin for server monitoring for their users.

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Contributors & Developers

“ATR Server Status” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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