SNMP Logging Server/Software

I'm looking for a logging software/server which can be used at many remote locations.  Is there a solution which allows a central server to be located at a central site and then remote servers/software be installed at a bunch of remote sites.  The remote logging server/software will then report all the information for the systems it monitors to the main central SNMP software/server.  The reason for the remote servers/software which are located at the local remote sites is in case the sites lose network connectivity to the main central site the remote SNMP server will still be logging the information for all systems at the remote site where it is located, and when connectivity is re-established to the central site the log reports can be uploaded to the central site.
Richard SmithersAsked:
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you can place snmptrap servers in each location with a processes that synchronizes the data.

monitoring tools nagios, opennms, zabbix will alert you to the down event.

The focus on the roll up in hopefully  a rare event ........ shifts the emphasis fr
Andrej PirmanCommented:
Be aware that SNMP may clog up your network with traffic. It's pretty nasty when used without proper restrictions and if not limited to only specific events.

I went through a bunch of SNMP-based local monitoring solutions, but as I monitor servers on different locations with different network speeds, servers, admins... I finaly landad with Pulseway monitoring & managing solutions to be my best:
- can monitor FROM Windows or Linux machine (...while configuration from Windows is much easier)
- can monitor a lot of networking stuff, PING, WEB sites, SNMP events, Windows Events...
- can manage servers, IIS, backups, updates....a lot of things
- and best of all, I can do all of those right from my Android phone, drinking my coffee :)


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