Re: network analyzer
Wojciech Ziniewicz a écrit :
2007/2/14, Chris Parker <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
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I am looking for recommendations for a network analyzer for a 1200 pc,
multiple switches and routers, size network.
Nagios groundworks opensource looks promising. Mapping and showing
possible problems looks good.
Google searches bring back alot of choices, but I would like real world
experience advice from my fellow Debian users.
My choices :
-nagios (for a bunch of accesspoints or managed switches, eventually
-munin or jffnms for networks containing servers with several services
(because jfffnms i believe is easier to set up in such configuration)
more or less - nagios should do the work perfectly
If you like nagios try oreon software .
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