This article covers how to use #monitoring with PRTG. With PRTG. Today, nearly every business relies on a computer and network infrastructure for internet, internal management, telephone, and email.
Here comes the role of PRTG to ensure that business data flows seamlessly between employees, offices, and customers.
Monitoring availability, bandwidth, and usage of your network is easy when you have PRTG. As a versatile solution, PRTG adapts to your needs and supports you with monitoring your application servers and services as whole and not only separate single aspects of these.
To set up your network monitoring, download the PRTG installer from the Paessler website and follow the steps in the installation wizard, or set up a PRTG Hosted Monitor instance on https://www.paessler.com/prtg-hosted-monitor and install a remote probe in your LAN.
PRTG Network Monitor is Paessler's powerful network monitoring solution.
In #PRTG, you can view Toplists for all xFlow sensors. xFlows are monitoring data pushed from network devices to PRTG.
You can use them to monitor where and how much data is traveling to and from.
This way, they determine which machine, protocol, or user is consuming bandwidth.
Remote probes allow you to monitor different sub-networks that are separated from your PRTG on premises core server by a firewall and to keep an eye on remote locations. You can install one or more remote probes.
The best network monitoring tools:
1. SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor (FREE TRIAL).
2. Datadog Network Performance Monitoring (FREE TRIAL).
3. ManageEngine OpManager (FREE TRIAL).
4. Progress WhatsUp Gold (FREE TRIAL).
5. Site24x7 Network Monitoring (FREE TRIAL).
6. Paessler PRTG Network Monitor (FREE TRIAL).
7. Nagios Core.