Here we can see, “How to Use ipMonitor to Monitor Your Network”
We all know that networks might fall owing to difficulties with one of the connected servers. You can’t stop these issues from happening, but you can monitor your network constantly to deal with them as soon as they occur. This post will teach you how to monitor your network with ipMonitor. From one online portal, you can monitor all of your servers and applications using Solarwinds’ ipMonitor.
Before we begin, let’s get the essential utility installed on your PC. You can try out the ipMonitor utility for free here. Download the tool and then follow the steps:
- Extract the file after downloading it.
- Run the setup.exe file from the extracted setup file location.
- Let it extract the files. After that, the Installation Wizard will appear.
- Next. Next, accept the licensing agreement.
- Then it asks for a username and an organization. Complete it and click Next.
- Click Browse to find the tool’s installation location, then click Next.
- Click Install and wait.
- After installation, click Finish.
- The configuration wizard will then automatically launch.
- On the first page, click Next.
- Then choose the SNMP Trap Listener HTTPS listening port and click Next. Click Change to create a customized connection.
- Fill in a username and password to create an ipMonitor account. Next.
- Set an email address to receive ipMonitor service status updates. Next.
- Then click Finish.
- A web console will appear. Log in with the administrator account created by the Wizard.
You have now installed and configured ipMonitor. Now we need to scan and monitor your network. After completing the configuration wizard, a web user interface will appear. Log in with the credentials. After that, do the following:
- After logging in, you will view the Getting Started page.
- Next, select Express discovery.
- On the next screen, select the applications you wish to monitor. Select what you want to track and click Next.
- Please give us an IP address range to search for your devices. Next.
- To monitor Windows resources, you must now supply credentials. If you don’t, click Next. Enter a new password to start the Credentials Wizard.
- Name the credential and click Next.
- Enter your login credentials and click Next.
- Then decide if the credential is solely for the administrator account or all accounts. Click Next, then Finish.
- Click Add SNMP Community to discover SNMP devices using community strings. If not, click Next.
- Enter an email to receive alerts. Next.
- Could you wait for it to finish scanning?
- After the scan, a green tab will appear.
Creating an Alert
After scanning your network, it’s time to establish alerts for the new network. These alerts will notify you of network issues. How to:
- Tab Configuration
- Click Alert List in Configuration.
- Tap Alert Wizard.
- Click Next to create a simple email alert.
- Give the alert a name and an email address.
- Tick in the ‘Email on recovery’ box to be notified when the network recovers. Also, check the Activate Alert box.
- Click Monday in the Availability graph to set the alert for Monday. From the drop-down menu, select other days and click Copy. Repeat for each day, then click Next.
- Choose a Monitor, device, or group that receives this alert. If you don’t see a group, monitor, or device, click the Add button. Then Next.
- To create an alert, click on Create.
Performing Actions with an Alert
For example, you can have the tool restart a service or a server when an alert appears. How to:
- Click Add Alert on the Alert list page.
- Could you give it a name and enable alerts?
- Select ‘Alert for listed groups, devices, and monitors’ for Action Control when the alarm is triggered. Select the second option to activate the warning for monitors and groups not specified below.
- Click the Add Action button and choose an action. Fill in the relevant fields and click OK.
- Add a Group, Monitor, or Device.
So how do I utilize ipMonitor?
- ipMonitor > Configure SolarWinds ipMonitor
- Click on Create Admin User.
- Choosy and acc Choose Windows Account to utilize a local or domain account. Click Browse to find the info.
- Finish the Wizard and OK.
Where can I get it?
SolarWinds UDT monitors your network’s devices, ports, and users. It can assess port usage and capacity, warn you of issues before they occur, locate devices in your network, and analyze capacity.
IP monitoring is a mechanism that monitors an IP address or range of IP addresses for reachability and takes action if not.
Do a network monitor?
Monitoring a computer network for slow or failing components and notifying the network administrator (by Email, SMS, or other alarms) of any problems.
A SolarWinds monitor is a
In one web console, SolarWinds SAM monitors your servers and applications. Hybrid cloud monitoring keeps track of your apps as they move from on-premises to the cloud.