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RE: Monitoring/Trending Software -- Which Package(s) do you use?
- From: Berger, Gary
- Date: Wed Feb 21 09:51:39 2001
Actually you probably need to look at VitalNet.. This is a competing product
to Concorde NetHealth... It provides all the RMON2 and MIB polling and can
be setup with thresholds... Depending on what you are looking for you may
still want to look at mrtg and rrd which can poll mib devices as well as
execute scripts based on min/masx thresholds.
Internal Consultant, Principal
Dow Jones & Company
Enterprise Network Services
From: John Starta [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2001 9:23 PM
To: Lee Watterworth
Subject: Re: Monitoring/Trending Software -- Which Package(s) do you
Lucent's VitalSuite (either SP or Enterprise) software is definitely worth
a look. You can find detailed information about it on their web site:
At 05:44 PM 2/20/01 -0500, Lee Watterworth wrote:
>I have been handed the task of finding a monitoring/trending package for
>our network and systems.
>I will be looking at the package's collection mechanism for flexibility
>(snmp gets, traps, rmon), and the variety/configurability of the reports
>it can produce. The package should be able to provide (configurable)
>alerts when threshholds are met/surpassed.
>I have been evaluating Concord's eHealth Suite, and would like to evaluate
>other options before I commit to a particular package.
>Any feedback would be great.