Consolidate multiple IP links into one single page/link

We have watchdog devices in every server room/closet every location in our company.  Every device have an IP/hostname with cname.  So I can go by the name of the room.
Issue is I still have to go to individual every IP to monitor.  Is there an easy way to consolidate into one single page with links, that doesn't require a lot of html coding.  
Any advice?   Solution using Watchdog15 devices with temp, and flood probe attachments.

Thanks in advance.
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Presumably each device needs to be logged in to, so a simple static page with an iframe for each watchdog might not work.

As the watchdog has SNMP, you could use an SNMP monitor. if you are a Windows only environment, PRTG is free for 100 sensors otherwise there are VM images for LibreNMS

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Blue Street TechLast KnightCommented:
Hi Tiras,

Arnie has a good idea!

When you are ready to upgrade/refresh consider APC Netboltz ( or Server Check ( for the same functions except you can manage them in one pane of glass by design.
Aaron TomoskySD-WAN SimplifiedCommented:
This is what snmp monitors are for, nagios, solarwinds, paessler, etc... However I would say that good alerting is just as or even more important than a single page view. Those devices can alert on thresholds and in my experience very reliably. Any of the snmp tools will also be able to do the alerting as well.
Bryant SchaperCommented:
SNMP with PRTG is a good solution.
Tiras25Author Commented:
Thanks bunch guys!  Let me digest these and get back at you.
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