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Posted on 2016-09-22
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We have around 75 pcs and 10 switches and a few servers.
and we want to get free/open source software that we can keep monitoring our network.
ideally to show it on 70 inch screen tv.

any ideas?
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What exactly  do you want to monitor? a shopping list of features might be nice to know.
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Hi- try Nagios core DIY.  There is a free version and it's Linux base tool for monitoring networks/servers/services.  I have used it and there is plenty of support online.  Nagios has a cool web interface that can be displayed on TV screens.

https://www.nagios.org/downloads/nagios-core/
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Nagios works
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