WebNMS SNMP Agent for Linux, that comes for FREE, is a proven solution for Linux users to monitor & manage the Linux system through both SNMP and Web consoles. It helps the Linux users to maximize their system availability and overall performance.
SNMP Linux Manager 2.0.0 WebNMS Linux Manager, that comes for FREE, is a proven solution for Linux users to monitor the Linux systems via both SNMP and Web consoles. It discovers linux machines in a network and facilitates remote agent installation from a single console.
Description: The Linux Operating System is becoming the popular open source operating systems in the world. With large number of active installations, Linux operating system has become the core of many high volume, business-critical applications. It becomes imperative to keep the systems highly available for any modern organization, because minutes of downtime could result in loss of productivity and revenue. WebNMS SNMP Agent for Linux works to keep the users informed about the status of the Linux System.
WebNMS SNMP Agent for Linux, that comes for FREE, is a proven solution for Linux users to monitor and manage the Linux system through both SNMP and Web consoles. It helps the Linux users to maximize their system availability and overall performance.
The main features include comprehensive monitoring of Linux machines by view of supporting pre-defined MIB called AdventNet-LINUX-MIB and standard MIBs RFC1213-MIB & HOST-RESOURCES-MIB, facilitating management through SNMP and HTTP consoles, supporting various versions like RedHat Linux 6.2, 7.2, 7.3, 8.0, 9.0, Enterprise Server 3, 4, 5, Mandrake Linux 10.1, Fedora core release 3, Suse Linux 9.1, Debian GNU / Linux 3.0, Ubuntu 7.04 & CentOS 5
WebNMS SNMP Agent Toolkit 6.0.3 It is a rapid prototyping and development tool used for building Java-based Standalone SNMP and TL1 agents. It also supports building agents with multi-protocol access to common
Appliances Monitor Remote Networks via Ethernet Three new appliances from Visual Networks provide monitoring for remote networks connected via business DSL and Cable links, marking the first time that Visual Networks will supply an Ethernet LAN interface.