Tools: Pingdom Probe IPs

Pingdom helpfully offer a RSS feed of their monitoring nodes (https://www.pingdom.com/rss/probe_servers.xml) unfortunately, it’s messy, poorly constructed and not simple to extract a nice list of IPs out of so you can add them to your firewalls.

I created a simple script which extracts the IPs from this XML feed and present a list of IPs in both plain-text and HTML.

The output can easily be copied into the allow list in your firewall configuration and the list is updated real-time from Pingdom themselves!

Plain Text: https://scripts.dan.cloud/pingdom/probe_ips.php

HTML: https://scripts.dan.cloud/pingdom/probe_ips.php?html

HTML Output (in iframe):

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2 thoughts on “Tools: Pingdom Probe IPs”

  1. If you check the RSS feed in my.pingdom.com, we think you will find it much better structured 🙂

    1. Great to see this is something you guys are working on! The new XML structure does make a lot more sense, however I still think there’s a place for a simple list of IPs like my tool 🙂 

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