Adding a OpsGenie Contact Type

In OpsGenie RBLTracker OpsGenie alerts are configured using the OpsGenie API Integration type. Start by logging into your OpsGenie account, and navigate to the Integrations section from the menu on the left: From the “Add New Integrations” tab at the top, select the “API” integration type: This will open the integrations settings dialog. Enter RBLTracker […]

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Adding a Discord Contact Type

In Discord RBLTracker Discord messages are configured using simple webhooks configured in the Discord interface. Start by going to https://discordapp.com/, log in, and go your main messaging window. Click the drop-down menu at the top left corner of the page: Then click on the “Server Settings” option: Then click on the “Webhooks” menu option, and click […]

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Adding a Datadog Contact Type

In Datadog Datadog Events are triggered using the Application Keys integrations, available from the Integrations -> APIs section of your Datadog portal. All you’ll need is an API Key to enable Datadog Events. In the Datadog portal, navigate to the Integrations -> APIs section. Make sure you have at least one API Key generated. If […]

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Adding a HipChat Contact Type

In HipChat RBLTracker HipChat notifications are configured using simple web hooks, configured in the HipChat interface: From the main chat interface, select the “Configure Integrations” option in the bottom right corner of the interface. From the integrations panel, select the “Build your own integration” option: Give the bot a name, for example “RBLTracker“, and then […]

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Adding a Slack Contact Type

RBLTracker Slack notifications are configured using a custom RBLTracker BOT app, which you can authorize right from the RBLTracker Portal. In RBLTracker You can add a Slack Contact type from the Manage -> Contacts section of the RBLTracker Portal. Select “Slack” from the Contact Type drop-down. This will automatically open up the Slack authorization dialog, […]

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Adding a PagerDuty Contact Type

In PagerDuty 1. In your account, under the Configuration tab, select Services from the dropdown menu. 2. From the Services page, click the green + Add New Service button in the upper-right corner. 3. Enter a service name and select an Escalation Policy. Start typing “RBLTracker” under Integration Type to filter your choices. Then click the Add Service button. 4. On the service […]

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Contact Types

RBLTracker currently supports the following contact types: Email: receive notifications in your inbox. SMS: receive notifications on your mobile device. Pushover: receive your notifications in your Pushover application. PagerDuty: route your notifications through your existing dispatching logic. Twitter: receive notifications as direct messages in Twitter. Slack: receive notifications in your group messaging. HipChat: receive notifications in […]

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Selecting a Contact Schedule

Each Contact defined in the RBLTracker system, can be configured with a simple scheduling option, to control how you receive notifications to that Contact. You can select from one of four options: Alert me on every check – this Contact will receive a notification on every check. Alert me once at the start and end […]

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Adding a Pushover Contact Type

You can add a Pushover Contact type from the Manage -> Contacts section of the RBLTracker Portal. Select “Pushover” from the Contact Type drop-down, and enter your Pushover User Key in the Contact Information field. Your Pushover User Key is available from your main Pushover account page: Your Pushover User Key is automatically confirmed against […]

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Adding a Twitter Contact Type

You can add a Twitter Contact type from the Manage -> Contacts section of the RBLTracker Portal. Select “Twitter” from the Contact Type drop-down, and enter your Twitter handle in the Contact Information field. After clicking “Add New Contact“, you’ll receive a confirmation message via Twitter direct message, with a confirmation code which you need to […]

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