An all-in-one and agentless network monitoring and management system, capable of monitoring every device in your network. Monitor bandwidth, availability, performance and NetFlow. Automatic views and maps. All leading operating systems supported.
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||252.70 MB ( 258,766 KB )|
|Published||Mar 15, 2004 (14 years ago)|
|Updated||Sep 19, 2014 (4 years ago)|
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NetCrunch 8 monitors all leading operating systems like Windows, Linux, VMware ESX/ESXi, Mac OS X, and BSD. All without requiring agents or SNMP.
NetCrunch 8 monitors the performance and availability of 65 network services, including Ping, HTTP/HTTPS, SSH, FTP, DNS, SMTP, and more.
A Netflow traffic server is included, that integrates network traffic flow data from a range of devices using all popular protocols like: IPFix, NetFlow (v5 & v9), sFlow, JFlow, netStream, CFlow, AppFlow, and rFlow.
NetCrunch 8 supports all SNMP versions including version 3 with support for version 3 traps. It uses the SNMP protocol to monitor routers, switches, printers, firewalls, sensors, and other network devices. Along with over 3500 included MIBs, NetCrunch 8 also features a MIB compiler so you can easily add new MIBs to the program library.
With over 100 predefined Monitoring Packs for operating systems and SNMP manageable network devices, NetCrunch 8 can identify, configure, and begin monitoring your network's devices out of the box. Baseline thresholds and range triggers learn your network and alert you to unexpected changes. Monitoring dependencies prevent alert floods.
|Requirements:||Intel Core 2 Duo; 2 GB RAM; 4 GB Disk Space; IE7/Firefox; Windows Server 2008/2003 x32/x64|
|Release Info:||New Release on Sep 04, 2014|
|Release Notes:||Remote Administration Console, Windows Inventory, Improved Database, Improved Scalability and Performance|
|Related Tags:||network monitor network management network monitoring bandwidth monitoring performance monitoring|
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Reviews of NetCrunch 8.2
|90%||... not only for NetWare - for all types of networks||Jun 14, 2004||Guest|
|90%||it's really powerful tool for NetWare servers. I recommend for every NetWare administrator.||Apr 15, 2004||Guest|
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