Re: Network Monitor

James A. Tucker ( (no email) )
Thu, 8 May 1997 15:17:51 -0500

I am using it and it works pretty well. I'm monitoring about 20 events
ranging from routers, to specific protocals (httpd,pop3,smtp,nntp) The
freeware version doesn't give you paging but I believe the registered
version does. The registered version also adds additional features which
you can read at the website mentioned in the previous message.
---XAJames A. TuckerInternet - Region 1

----------> From: Mike Mazurek <>> To:> Subject: Re: Network Monitor> Date: Thursday, May 08, 1997 2:57 PM> > I have heard of a couple.> I have not used the one i am about to suggest but I am> planning on testing it.. It is call the enterprise> monitor> >> > I believe is the web site for it.. > ----> From: Marvin Anglin <>> To: ''> Date: Thursday, May 08, 1997 3:52 PM> Subject: Network Monitor> > Does anyone know of a software product that will> continually moitor the network (terminal server, routher,> T1, etc) or ping the internet to make sure everything is up> and running. If not, page someone or call someone. I> heard someone say they had a home computer that would> continually ping the internet and would sound an alarm if> it goes down.> > Marvin Anglin>> Atlanta On-Line InterNet> 770-955-3000> >

> > > ----------------------------------------------------------> NTISP Mailing List> > > > ----------------------------------------------------------> NTISP Mailing List>