Network Performance Monitor
Network performance management is easy with PRTG, the performance monitor for SNMP networks.
PRTG Network Monitor is a network performance monitor that measures the amount of bandwidth is used in a SNMP network. In just a few minutes, can be configured to read data in the router, that then can be visualized in a clear way, graphs or complete tables. It is able to show use graphs of the last 8-96 hours, for the last 14 days, or for the last 52 weeks. In addition it is possible to choose to view the data in tables for the last 96 hours, if the last 365 days in the last 12 months. It is possible for the performance monitor to send daily alarms for every sensors, or to notify when a specific transfer volume has been reached.
Our network performance monitor is more commonly used to monitor the leased lines, router and firewall, but there are many more in which could be useful. For example, you could want to use the network performance monitor for switches, printers or other network components, SNMP enabled. In addition of PRTG monitoring, SNMP gives detailed IP and the protocol analysis with the built in packet sniffer. To see all the characteristics please click here.
PRTG is available in two different versions. The free editions of our network management software is available for personal and commercial use. If you wich to monitor more than 100 sensors, you need to have a commercial edition.
We have received many nice positive comments from the users of our network performance monitor. Here is one:
"Thanks the excelent job, for the best network monitoring program that I have installed in more than 150 sensors", Alan Laws, www.horizontech.net
Read more about our network performance monitor here.
|Download||Network Monitoring Software for Windows - Version 220.127.116.112 (January 10th, 2017)|
|Languages||English, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Dutch, Czech, Russian, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese|
|Pricing||Free for up to 100 sensors (Price List)|
|Unified Monitoring||Network devices, bandwidth, servers, applications, virtual environments, remote systems, IoT, and more...|