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http://www.netiq.com/qcheck/ Any packages similar in features for Linux? I would prefer to distribute some Linux boxes to our remote sites rather than NT machines....
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    Network Quality Testing


    http://www.netiq.com/qcheck/

    Any packages similar in features for Linux?
    I would prefer to distribute some Linux boxes
    to our remote sites rather than NT machines.

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    Use net-snmp/mrtg or naigos. Both can monitor anything you can think of.

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    We currently use MRTG to monitor WAN interfaces,
    server/router CPU/RAM and open ports on devices.
    (We also do ICMP and radius/http/etc monitoring.)

    Our NOC people like this NetIQ QCheck tool since
    they can run bandwidth and latency tests between
    any two nodes setup with the software. They can
    check for any Internet issues between our nodes,
    so they might track down reasons for poor traffic.

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    Did you look at naigos yet? It can do all of that. Even writing a perl script to do that would be easy.

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