Network Monitoring System - Recommendations?

Alexei Roudnev alex at relcom.net
Sat Oct 30 16:37:34 UTC 2004



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> >Nothing all in one place, that I'm aware of. But with a little work, you
snmpstat have hardcoded set of monitored parameters, but creates all graphs
anb links automartically, including customer-only view of customer's links,
link to the database record about this link, and link to the router's config
@ CCR.

This is why we use combination - for 99% of partameters, snmpstat, and for
the rest, hand-configured cricket (but I recommend nagios).



> >could probably integrate it all into nagios. After all, you can make the
> >host names or descriptions URLs that link to bandwidth and error graphs
or
> >other tools.
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> I'll second this part. Whether you use cricket or MRTG, or even Nagios
> itself, you can use a little "notes_url" command to create a link from,
> say, the "ping" service of your core router to the MRTG charts of
bandwidth
> usage.
>
> Rob Nelson
>
> Rob Nelson
> ronelson at vt.edu
>




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