network monitoring

The convenience and reliability that monitoring programs offer system administrators is astounding. Whether at home, commuting, or on vacation, admins can continuously monitor their networks, learning of issues long before they become catastrophes.

Nagios, the most popular open source solution for system and network monitoring, is extremely robust, but it’s also intensely complex.

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Nagios is free, open source host, service and network monitoring services. Nagios provides an extensible framework, that can monitor pretty much anything using plugins.

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Nagios is my favorite open source server and network monitoring application software. It watches hosts and services that you specify, alerting you when things go bad and again when they get better. If you’re planning on installing Nagios, check out this installation guide from Rainer Brunold that gives you step-by-step instructions on how to set […]

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Almost a year ago, I wrote about Linux MRTG configuration how-to. However, some user seems to confused with MRTG, most users would like to see how much traffic actually generated by ADSL/Cable service provider on daily and monthly basis.

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