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Re: Network Monitoring System - Recommendations?
I generated config for 'snmpstatd' automatically, from user;'s database (it was simple; all I need was Router, Interface, User-name, number for this user, priority). For automated config backups, I use CCR (fully web based Cisco configuration -> CVS system). ----- Original Message ----- From: "Andy Dills" <[email protected]> To: "Charlie Khanna - NextWeb" <[email protected]> Cc: <[email protected]> Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2004 11:46 AM Subject: Re: Network Monitoring System - Recommendations? > > On Thu, 28 Oct 2004, Charlie Khanna - NextWeb wrote: > > > Hi - I was interested in finding out what software applications other ISPs > > are using for network monitoring? For example: > > > > > > > > 1) Overall network health - uptime reports > > http://www.nagios.org > > > 2) Backup router config automatically > > http://www.shrubbery.net/rancid/ > > > 3) Bandwidth reporting (or integration with an MRTG-type app) > > http://cricket.sourceforge.net/ > > > 4) SNMP trap support (BGP/OSPF session drops - emails out) > > http://www.snmptt.org/ > http://www.nagios.org > > > 5) Database back end (port info into or over to other apps) > > > > I'm just looking for something well rounded for a small ISP. I've heard > > about OpenNMS and other apps but I'd like to get everyone's feedback. > > Thanks! > > Nothing all in one place, that I'm aware of. But with a little work, you > could probably integrate it all into nagios. After all, you can make the > host names or descriptions URLs that link to bandwidth and error graphs or > other tools. > > Andy > > --- > Andy Dills > Xecunet, Inc. > www.xecu.net > 301-682-9972 > ---