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Re: Port Monitoring Software
From: "Paul Halliday" <paul.halliday () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2008 14:24:50 -0300

Take a peek at Zabbix: http://www.zabbix.com/

I am currently working on replacing a rather large Nagios deployment
with it. It is one of the most robust 'all in ones' that I have seen
to date.

On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 9:38 AM, Tinu Koshy (CISD) <tkoshy () adco ae> wrote:
Dear All,

 I have been assigned the task to recommend a freeware / low value
 purchase software for our helpdesk to monitor tcp port status & server
 availability. Can anyone recommend a simple & efficient product that can
 run on Windows XP / 2003. Basic requirements would be -

 1. To check the ping status
 2. Check whether particular TCP ports are responding
 3. Have a dashboard to give a quick representation
 4. Must have an smtp engine to alert via emails

 I am aware of Big Brother, just wanted to check if anyone could vouch
 for a better software.

 Thanks,
 Tinu Koshy

 PS: If you know of a Linux based software, please do suggest that too.
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