The page below is from the manual of PRTG, our quick-to-install and easy-to-use network monitoring software
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PRTG Manual: Add Remote Probe
You can extend your monitoring by installing one or more Remote Probes . A remote probe installation is required to monitor your local network with a PRTG in the cloud instance. Remote probes also allow you to monitor different sub-networks that are separated by a firewall from your PRTG on premises core server, to keep an eye on remote locations, and are useful in several other scenarios.
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Installing remote probes is easyâ€”you can do it within a few minutes. Please see the sections linked below for further instructions.
- Background: Remote Probes and Multiple Probes
- Installing: Remote Probe Quick Install
- Step by Step: Remote Probe Setup
Video Tutorial: Core Server and Remote Probes
- Active Directory Integration
- Application Programming Interface (API) Definition
- Filter Rules for xFlow, IPFIX, and Packet Sniffer Sensors
- Channel Definitions for xFlow, IPFIX, and Packet Sniffer Sensors
- Define IP Ranges
- Define Lookups
- Regular Expressions
- Add Remote Probe
- Failover Cluster Configuration
- Data Storage
- Using Your Own SSL Certificate
- Calculating Percentiles