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Can anyone recommend a free or cheap service which is able to monitor the up time of multiple servers on the internet?

Your server or someone else's server? Are you asking for something to install on your server? Are you asking for a web service or an application to monitor the connection? –  Troggy Nov 8 '10 at 22:10
My servers. Trying to find an online app which will report uptime. –  Adam Nov 8 '10 at 23:06
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There are two services that I use. They only each offer one server monitored for free, which is why I use both of them.

Cloudkick and HyperSpin.

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