Server Status Checker
Enter up to 100 URLs (Each URL must be on separate line)
Server Status Checker is to check the status of your server. It is determined through Http or Https response from your website is either OK or not. If it’s not, it means your server might down or not responding correctly at the moment.
Being the webmaster, you must keep an eye on the server status and this Check Server Status Tool on Search Engine Reports can be very handy for you. All you have to do is to put the URL in the box and click on the Check Server Status button. After a few seconds, you will see the results which will give you a clear guess about the server status.
The good thing about this Check Server Status tool is that you can check the Server Status of multiple URLs at the same time. It allows you to check the server status of up to 100 URLs or the domains at the same time. No other free tool lets you check so many URLs rather they cost you for this service. While Search Engine Reports offering this premium tool free of cost to its users just to bring ease to them. If you don’t have the idea about the codes and their meanings that comes as a response from the server, here we will tell you briefly about these codes and their meanings:
- 200 – If you see this code as server response then nothing to worry as it means Server is OK and responding to the requests.
- 301 – Represents that server is moved permanently to a new server, and now any user coming to the old server will be redirected to the newly installed server.
- 302 – Tells the user that the server is changed or moved for a limited period and this code represents temporary redirection.
- 307 – It is more like 302 as it also represents the temporary redirection but the difference is that same URL will be reverted after the end of time.
- 400 – This error is shown due to some bad request. If a server fails to understand the request from the user, then the user is shown 400 error.
- 401 – If a user tries to access unauthorised content then the user will get 401 error.
- 403 – If a user tries to access the content which is either blocked by the server or the firewall then the user will get this 403 error.
- 404 – It is the most common and most popular error. It has a bad impact on SEO as well, and that’s why webmasters are more concerned about 404 – Not Found Error. This error occurs when Server doesn’t find the specific URL. It may be due to accidental deletion or renaming of the file.
- 410 – This error is somewhat similar to 404 Not found the error, but it’s rare that user will see this error. It means that the URL is correct and exist but is gone now.
- 500 – It represents the Internal Server Error, and this one is also a critical error which must be deal carefully by the webmaster. It happens mostly because of some error in Server, and this is what we check in this “Check Server Status” tool.