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Enterprise Software Thread, Network Monitoring Tools in Technical; Originally Posted by mac_shinobi I think the edugeek app has a few bugs as links dont work within the edugeek ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    I think the edugeek app has a few bugs as links dont work within the edugeek app , whenever I click on a link to another thread from within the EG App it re-directs me to something totally different ( un-related to what the thread is about )
    @ZeroHour - Presume this will be fixed within the EG App at some point soon ?
    The CMS part (that link) doesnt work in the app. I am testing newer iOS build which fixes some URL issues so I will see if this still occurs. That build should make its way out the door in the next few days.

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    Could someone tell me if any of the above push message alerts to iphone/android?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattGibson View Post
    Could someone tell me if any of the above push message alerts to iphone/android?
    PRTG has a app that pushes alerts. It can also send SMS to your phone if you have an SMS service.

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    I've been trailing prtg and it looks REALLY good. The only thing that might not be great for me at the moment is the price. I'll just trying to make sure I can get the number of sensors I need down.

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    I've been using the dude for about 6 months, works great for what we need to monitor, servers, switches, wifi ap, ip cameras and even has bandwidth monitoring and a historical year meaning we can get a good picture of what is going on with our network and when peaks are, and were the bottle necks are.

    We just have an old laptop hooked upto an old monitor with an overview map and few sub maps for cameras and some non core switches running on the shelf in my office.

    I've been meaning to look at PRTG but don't have the time and the dude does everything we require atm, maybe i'll look into SNMP a bit more and try and automate more stuff instead.

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    Zabbix all the way here, it's free and you can set it up to monitor what ever you want. Takes a bit of learning but well worth the time. You can even connect a PAYG Mobile phone to send SMS alerts.

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    Nagios and Zabbix as Free tools - you need time and some experience
    Whats Up Gold as paid tool - you need some money...the rest is simple.

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    Zabbix here - we use it to monitor and ISP fibre network... so it is a good tool.

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    We searched a lot a and tried many of the mentioned tools. For example, we tried PRTG - it was really expensive for unlimited number of probes. Nagios/Zabbix was not easy to use and it did not have what we needed out of box.

    Finally we found CloudView NMS http://www.cloudviewnms.com . It can monitor/manage anything via standard protocols: SNMP, sysLog, TL1, services, applications. They provide network autodiscovery and inventory tool, maps. It is multi-user with configurable profiles, accessible from any web browser remotely (including mobile devices) Alerts logging and forwarding via many protocols (including e-mail) . Can manage/monitor huge networks from simple PC and they do not charge per number of nodes/switching ports. And easy to use.
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    Something that might be worth looking at is SolarWinds They have lots of free tools on there which might be useful



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