sMonitor 4.3.3.248

sMonitor is a server uptime monitor which will constantly monitor the online status of both local and remote servers. It provides a thorough reporting system, SMS/e-mail notifications and everything else that network administrators need.

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License Shareware
Expires 30 Days
Price $49
Downloads 581
OS Support Windows Install and Uninstall
File Name sMonitor.exe
File Size 5.99 MB ( 6,138 KB )
Published Jun 25, 2003 (18 years ago)
Updated Jan 11, 2017 (4 years ago)

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Product Details

A server uptime monitor is a must-have for any business which provides online services to their clients or any other organization which needs to ensure the highest degree of reliability of their networked resources. sMonitor presents a server uptime monitor which will constantly monitor the online status of both local and remote servers over the TCP/IP protocol. The software creates a customizable HTML file which mirrors the main window of the program. It provides a thorough reporting system including the ability to save files in plain text and HTML formats and upload them automatically to a remote FTP server. It also offers several alert methods including automatic e-mail and SMS alerts as well as both visual and audible alerts. sMonitor supports TCP, UDP and ICMP and it can send protocol-specific UDP requests to DHCP, TFTP, NTP, NETBOIS, SNMP and LDAP ports. sMonitor presents a highly customizable solution, since you can customize the way reports are recorded and you can even write customized scripts to enjoy an even higher degree of functionality. You can learn more about sMonitor at yarovy.com/smonitor. A downloadable trial version, along with screenshots, support and frequently asked questions is also available here.

Requirements: Administrator rights
Release Info: Major Update on Sep 30, 2016
Release Notes: added SMTP TLS1.2 support
Related Tags: server uptime monitor network monitoring server monitor tcp ports udp ports

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