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    PHP Server Monitor

    This will do - with a bit of tweaking to the PHP for the display you could easily put 70 devices on one screen

    Or

    Homepage of Zabbix :: An Enterprise-Class Open Source Distributed Monitoring Solution Which does email notifications and is pretty good. have it on an loop with 20 per screen you well away
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    I use cacti for all my switch monitoring and its great. I also use Linux Syslog server that outputs to a web interface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    If you look at the screen grab I attached you just have to add the SNM i.e 192.168.1/24
    As for just using ping, simply click on the services tab and deselect everything except ping.
    I've added this as 10.121.244.0/24, although there are certain devices I don't want shown. When I go back into Discover though it resets the SNM back to 10.121.244.0/22, which is grabbing way too many devices.

    If I delete devices from the display will they get redetected?

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    OK, I've found the way to remove automatic scanning. That's under Networks Maps > Local. Then from the toolbar click Settings > and on the General tab it lists all the networks that are being automatically scanned. I've removed all those.

    I've also removed all tools but ping, and set ping only to work with TCP port 80. Other types of ping seem to fail.

    Now it seems to be working and I can manually add devices...

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