PRTG Manual: Create a PRTG hosted by Paessler Instance
To create a PRTG hosted by Paessler instance, open your web browser (Google Chrome 67 or later (recommended)) and go to https://my-prtg.com. This is the PRTG hosted by Paessler web portal.
Click Start Your Free Trial Now to create your PRTG hosted by Paessler instance. PRTG hosted by Paessler automatically assigns a domain name to your instance. You can change this in the Dashboard at any time.
You can sign up with your Google, Facebook, Windows, or Amazon account via single sign-on (Auth0). This account will then always be automatically used for login and will be connected to your PRTG hosted by Paessler account. Just click the respective button and follow the instructions there.
Alternatively, you can sign up via email by entering a valid Email address, a Password, and confirming it with Confirm Password. The password must meet the following requirements:
- at least 8 characters long
- at least one uppercase letter
- at least one lowercase letter
- at least one numeral
Go to your inbox and open the email.
Click Verify Email Address to verify your email address and go to the login screen.
Enter your credentials and click Log In to log in to PRTG hosted by Paessler.
While we prepare your subscription, a welcome video plays that introduces the basics of network monitoring with PRTG hosted by Paessler.
When your subscription is ready, click the URL with your domain to open the PRTG web interface.
Congratulations, your PRTG hosted by Paessler instance is up and running! To open the device tree, click View Results or Devices in the main menu bar.
PRTG hosted by Paessler has automatically created a Hosted Probe that runs on the hosted PRTG instance. It shows several health values of the instance and you can instantly monitor all servers, services, and devices that are publicly available via the internet with this probe. See also section Architecture and User Interfaces—Probe(s).
A Paessler employee will guide you through the Smart Setup. In particular, you will install a remote probe, which is required for monitoring your LAN. We strongly recommend that you follow the instructions for the best monitoring experience!