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ActiveXperts Network Monitor 7.3.1.10908

 

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ActiveXperts Network Monitor is a tool to monitor the network for failures and irregularities. It runs as a service, on a Windows 2008/2003/2000/7/Vista/XP platform, 32 or 64 bit and monitors Windows, Linux, (IP) devices, databases and more.
ActiveXperts Network Monitor is a free to try software. You can free download and try it for an evaluation period.


 

ActiveXperts Network Monitor is a tool to monitor the network for failures and irregularities.

ActiveXperts Network Monitor is a tool to monitor the network for failures and irregularities. It runs as a service, on a Windows 2008/2003/2000/7/Vista/XP platform, 32 or 64 bit and monitors Windows, Linux, (IP) devices, databases and more.

Standard Checks:

Monitor Internet Protocols

- DNS - Monitors if a DNS server is working well by reading a particular 'A' record on the DNS server and verifying the result.
- FTP - ActiveXperts Network Monitor can check the availability of FTP sites. With the FTP check, you can check for a file in one of the subdirectories on the FTP server, and even check for a specific pattern in the file.
- HTTP(s) - ActiveXperts Network Monitor allows you to check the availability of HTTP and HTTPs sites, on default ports (i.e.: 80 and 443) or on alternate ports. If the HTTP(s) server is not directly accessible, you can configure ActiveXperts Network Monitor to go through a Proxy server to access the particular HTTP(s) server, even passing credentials for that Proxy server (to be able to make use of the Proxy). Additionally, you can pass credentials (username and password) to access the actual HTTP(s) site if required. ActiveXperts Network Monitor supports web site content checking; contents of web sites can be searched for text patterns (including tags).
- ICMP Ping - ICMP Ping checks a remote host for availability. Local hosts should normally respond to ping requests within milliseconds. However, on a very congested network it may take up to 3 seconds or longer to receive an echo packet from the remote host. If the timeout is set too low under these conditions, it will appear that the remote host is not reachable (which is almost the truth). ActiveXperts Network Monitor checks servers for availability by sending ICMP Echo commands and wait for the responds. An ICMP timeout failure doesn't necessarily mean that the remote host is actually functioning beyond its ability to echo packets.
- IMAP MailServer - ActiveXperts Network Monitor can check IMAP mail servers by establishing a connection on the remote IMAP port (usually port 143) and do a handshake. By handshaking, ActiveXperts Network Monitor can verify that the remote server's IMAP protocol is working well.
- LDAP - LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is a protocol for querying (and modifying) directory services like Microsoft Active Directory and Novell Netware.
- NNTP - ActiveXperts Network Monitor can check NNTP news servers by establishing a connection on the remote TCP port (usually port 119) and do a handshake. By handshaking, ActiveXperts Network Monitor can verify that the remote server's NNTP protocol is working well.

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