How To Monitor All Network And Server With Single Device (2)

Opmanager, this is another good one network monitoring suite. The good thing is, if you run a small network, they offering a free lincense for limited 10 server :D

ManageEngine® OpManager is a complete network monitoring software that offers combined WAN, Server, Applications monitoring with integrated help desk, asset management & WAN traffic analysis functionality. OpManager automates several network monitoring tasks and removes the complexity associated with network management.

Feature including:

 

System Requirement:

Windows
2000 Professional + SP4
2000/2003 Server
XP Professional

Linux
RedHat 7.x and above
Debian 3.0

32-Bit x86 Compatible
998Mhz and above

Min 999 MB Ram and 200 MB Disk space.

You can obtain the software from here

When installation begin, choose which one, whether you want to use it for free or trial

Opmanager bring its own webserver, if you already have one in your server that use ssl port you should change the port number

 

login into the web administration wizard, the default user name and password is admin:admin

Http://localhost:443/

First time login, it will prompted a discovery wizard which is very simple and easy to find your whole network if you entered correct criteria:

First, add credential to be used :

 

Select as many as service you want to be monitored:

Wait until the wizard finish the process,

Violaaa~ all your device in a subnet were found and ready to be monitored.

 

If your network isn't just one subnet you can add it later from admin panel:

Thats all, install are done! I'll explain more detail about diagram charts and service shorlty since my screenshot was accidentally deleted by someone, i need to create once more in about one week to make weekly monitoring properly shown. Please come back later to this page.

Thanks!

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