New answers tagged network-monitoring
There are many a service (some, even free) that will "monitor" your site from various parts of the world, report metrics and response times and the like. Personally, I would utilize one or two of these so I could point the customer at them. (The ones that come to my mind immediately are pingdom, uptrends and loadimpact, but this is not my specialty, so I'm ...
I recommend asking the customer to install TeamViewer and politely request them to share the TeamViewer key, so that you can view what's going on, and (under customer's supervision) check all relevant settings from 'their' point of view. Also remind them to uninstall TeamViewer or generate new TeamViewer keys for their security. Edited to add: I've seen ...
You've hit on the three major measures of network quality: Throughput, Latency, and Drop Rate. There are many other ways a network might be measured; such as switching fabric, ability to provide prioritization, and uptime. Without a specific goal or problem however, there's no better answer I could provide. Throughput is best measured by something more ...
I am using Zabbix with any kind of agents (Zabbix Agent, SNMP (Trap), SSH, Simple Check) to monitor any kind of device (windows, linux, routers, firewalls, switches), Collects data and creates alarm at any time with any complex condition. Very successful, very stable and good looking especially with pgsql.
The command 'ss -aupn | grep 49254' has a decent chance of showing you what is generating that traffic.
Please take a look at nethogs, it will provide you information which process is sending those packets.
For the Windows servers you can do this for sure. For the other hosts you'll have to do some more research or wait for other answers. As for the Windows servers: Once you have the network module installed in the UPS and configured for and connected to the network you'll need to install the network shutdown agent on the windows servers and configure them to ...
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