IPHost Network Monitor Description

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IPHost Network Monitor is a distributed network and server monitoring software for tracking of performance and availability of mail & DB servers, sites/apps, network bandwidth and equipment via SNMP (UNIX/Linux/Mac) and WMI (Windows), plus many other protocols. Free version with 50 monitors. Custom scripts as monitors, supports 4000 Nagios plugins. SNMP MIB browser. Admin tools. Regular reports by email. Alerts by email, sms, sound...



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Category: Internet > Network Tools

Size: 68660KB

OS: Windows Vista

Downloads: 61118

License: Shareware

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