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Paessler AG’s award winning PRTG Network Monitor is a powerful, affordable and easy-to-use Unified Monitoring solution. It is a highly flexible and generic software for monitoring IT infrastructure, already in use at enterprises and organizations of all sizes and industries. Over 150,000 IT administrators in more than 170 countries rely on PRTG and gain peace of mind, confidence and convenience. Founded in 1997 and based in Nuremberg, Germany, Paessler AG remains a privately held company that is recognized as both a member of the Cisco Solution Partner Program and a VMware Technology Alliance Partner.

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hello,
how I can log all mikrotik traffic to prtg or any other software so I can know the connections logs.
thanks.
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My customer has PRTG Network Monitor Installed, also has a Catalyst 2960X on their infrastructure. We configured a Netflow V9 sensor for 1 interface but when we check data collected by PRTG, it only shows some kbytes for each 15 minutes. We tried to modify configuration on PRTG but there are no much options to configure that sensor. Does anyone can help me if my cisco configuration is not okey maybe? My customer wants to check how many MB passed throught that interface each 15 minutes (We tried copying a 300mb file between 2 PCs but no changes

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CISCO 2960-X
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flow record record.prtg
match ipv4 protocol
match ipv4 source address
match ipv4 destination address
match transport source-port
match transport destination-port
collect counter bytes long
collect counter packets long
collect timestamp sys-uptime first
collect timestamp sys-uptime last
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!
flow exporter export.prtg
destination 192.168.100.4
transport udp 2055
template data timeout 60
!
!
flow monitor monitor.prtg
exporter export.prtg
cache timeout inactive 120
cache timeout active 300
record record.prtg
!
!
sampler Sample.prtg
mode random 1 out-of 100
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interface GigabitEthernet1/0/14
description """A-ROUTERTIGO.G0.CONEXION_OF.RURALES"""
switchport access vlan 3
ip flow monitor monitor.prtg sampler Sample.prtg input
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snmp-server community public RO
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I need a detailed step by step process for installing snmp agent on both centos and debian. I am using prtg and of course, their instructions, as well as any i have found on the internet do not yield the desired results.

I dont really care about limiting this to ip addresses, but i could if it makes this easier.

I realize i have to insall snmp, edit the snmpd.conf file, edit the iptables, minimizing logging and who knows what else as despite following steps laid out, i cannot get any snmp readings.

Many of my servers are on virtual on a vmware host, as i would like to monitor them (2) as well.

I also have Mikrotik routers, and monitoring their snmp activiites as high cpu is a big red flag for several reasons.
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So far I have tried several free appliances for Hyper-V and open source solutions that I hit a road block. Tried some free solarwinds stuff - limits the number of devices, VeeamOne is great but you have to pay to get email alerting, Centreon and Zabbix you pretty much need to be a developer. Using GrayLog right now for Syslogs and it is okay. But again this all is all tough with no budget because I am not much of a programmer. Any ideas?
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how do i know the total usage and data flow from switch 3750 cisco????
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Paessler

217

Solutions

592

Contributors

Paessler AG’s award winning PRTG Network Monitor is a powerful, affordable and easy-to-use Unified Monitoring solution. It is a highly flexible and generic software for monitoring IT infrastructure, already in use at enterprises and organizations of all sizes and industries. Over 150,000 IT administrators in more than 170 countries rely on PRTG and gain peace of mind, confidence and convenience. Founded in 1997 and based in Nuremberg, Germany, Paessler AG remains a privately held company that is recognized as both a member of the Cisco Solution Partner Program and a VMware Technology Alliance Partner.