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10 Responses

  1. Manro says:

    Thanks for sharing such an informative post!
    I think you can additionally use free small utils: EasyNetMonitor or Fiddler.

  2. alborz says:

    if you need some tiny graphical widget, try https://github.com/ashtum/ashmon.

  3. MichalRSI says:

    Wireshark

  4. Alistair Ross says:

    Excellent article, I have linked to it on my website, The Ultimate Linux Newbie Guide

    • Aaron Kili says:

      @Alistair

      We are truly grateful for the act of goodness towards our efforts. Many thanks for linking this article to your website. Feedback such as this one make the effort worthwhile.

  5. mike says:

    At work we use Monit for basic monitoring, very easy to setup, easy to write check rules and easy to deploy via config mgmt.

    Nagios is a nightmare compared to Monit.

  6. James says:

    Very nice list. I favor the Ncurses interfaces sometimes. I like Nagios but it really needs a simplified interface to set it up. You shouldn’t have to spend a month understanding it to get it to do ANYTHING…

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