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Old 05-24-2015, 10:53 PM   #1
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Can anyone suggest best free tools? and Paid. dont put it in same list please.

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You're going to need to be more specific and provide additional details if you want a proper response.
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Old 06-17-2015, 02:22 PM   #3
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example :
- to monitor network such as wireshark, colasoftcapsa.
- to see ip whether are using or not such as angry ip.
something like that. to make you job easier. if u know. please share with us what tools and software that make you task easier or software that very useful for admin.

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A quick google should provide you with some ideas, for instance The Top 20 Free Network Monitoring and Analysis Tools for Sys Admins
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thanks for the link,
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A quick google should provide you with some ideas, for instance The Top 20 Free Network Monitoring and Analysis Tools for Sys Admins
Have you used any of those tools yourself?
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what would you recommend?
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This is a very old thread, so things may have moved on since my last post. If you need help
Please make a thread of your own with your specific issue mentioned thank you.
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Choosing the right network monitoring tool should be a task of several months....understanding your IT computing is basic to choose one solution.

About recommendations? mmmm it depends on your requirements. Nagios, Zabbix, PRTG can be good choice. Pandora FMS and Solarwinds if your requirements are broader and you manage a complex IT infraestructure.

In case you need updated information, here you can find a more detailed article with more network monitoring tools.

https://blog.pandorafms.org/network-monitoring-tools/


I think you should check something updated.
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Oddly enough I still use both Wireshark and Angry IP scanner.
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As long as you get what you want Wireshark is fine. However, dashboards and multiple propose is missed in that solution.
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