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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 Experts
I am wondering if I can use a SNMP sensor to monitor all wireless APs from Aruba Wireless Controller.  If one AP goes down, I should receive email notification.
We are currently using PRTG for Network Monitoring.

I would really appreciate any help.
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I am trying to setup a remote probe but it does not connect to the core server. I have a sonicwall router behind my network.

In the core server I set the following
Probe Connection IPs; All IPs available on this computer
Allow IPs; the ip of the remote network
Mini Probes; Allow Mini Probes to connect to the web server
Access Type; Use the PRTG core service account (usually LOCAL SYSTEM)

On the remote probe I set the following
Server; my external IP
Copied the Access Key from the server to the remote.

It does not show up on the server core

Please help
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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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Good morning Experts,

Does anyone have any good network topology or network discovery tools or software they can suggest?

Both free versions and paid version suggestions are welcome, as I wouldn't mind finding the best in each category.

Thanks in advance!
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Hi all,

Just wondering if anyone out there has had any success in setting up PRTG Network Monitoring (Paessler) to report against Symantec System Recovery job success and failure processes?

Enabling SNMP in System Recovery does not appear to send any traps to the system. I can see traps generated by other software, but not by System Recovery

We're now looking at Event Log monitoring, but Symantec logs all events as ID 100 (Success, Fail, Service Restart, Service Stop, etc.). This means we are currently looking at using text based queries within the Event Logs, which is not ideal.

Hoping someone out there has had more success...
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Paessler

210

Solutions

9

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582

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.