Windows Thread, Server monitor software? in Technical; As i mentioned earlier, WhatsUp is useful for detecting problems before they go critical.
You can customise e-mail alerts etc ...
4th February 2010, 08:25 AM #16
As i mentioned earlier, WhatsUp is useful for detecting problems before they go critical.
You can customise e-mail alerts etc for CPU load %, hard disk space etc etc.
I think The Dude is similar but from the small bit I have used both, WhatsUp is more customisable I believe.
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4th February 2010, 11:35 AM #17
That's how I started, but we needed to monitor FTP, HTTP, DNS etc individually on a single box... so TheDude was the solution. Visually speaking, you can make it look however you want. That's just how ours is set as I haven't spent any time on it... there's a thread on Microtik's forum with more examples of users' custom network maps...
Thanks Marci, I like that one but its still a bit ugly
I've spent the last hour writing a PHP ping app and its working ok.
Dude is fully customisable (I find the opposite to you, Dude is FAR more customisable than WhatsUp) - custom protocols and services etc etc... it really is ridiculously powerful, but takes time to utilise it properly and work out how to write your own monitors for specifics beyond normal predefined services. I'm working on a monitor at the moment that'll monitor all our BMS sensors for instance...
Last edited by Marci; 4th February 2010 at 11:38 AM.
30th July 2010, 02:43 PM #18
I recommend 10-Strike Network Monitor. It monitors devices, servers, switches, and sends email or sms when a divice goes down
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