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Items tagged with: Network monitoring

Fing Fingbox Reviewed

Fing FingboxFing's Fingbox is more an network inventory and control tool than security solution.

Domotz DIY Reviewed

DomotzDomotz DIY can help consumers monitor their networks, but is that enough?

Overlook Fingbox Reviewed

FingboxFingbox adds a new twist to the popular Fing network analysis app.

Cisco OnPlus Reviewed

Cisco OnPlusUpdated - Cisco's OnPlus can help guardians of small business networks keep their head hair where it belongs for less than $5/month.

Cisco Updates Network Magic

Cisco today released Network Magic 5.0, the consumer network management application acquired from Pure Networks in July of this year.

Monitor your Network for Free with Nagios

Monitor your Network for Free with NagiosNagios is an open source tool that provides pro-level network monitoring.

Monitor your Network for Free with Servers Alive

Monitor your Network for Free with Servers AliveA quick look at a powerful and free (for small networks) network monitoring tool.

Belkin quietly kills Pulse product

SmallNetBuilder has learned that Belkin has discontinued its Pulse network monitoring product, which was announced in April. A company spokesperson was not able to provide a specific reason for pulling the product.

Pulse might have been conceived as a natural extension of Belkin's Datacenter product line, which includes cabling, racks and UPS products. But the product never really got into distribution and was quietly cancelled sometime in the past month.

Pulse was based on technology from privately-funded JumpNode Systems, which is based in Minneapolis. JumpNode is actively selling its own version of the product, primarily through resellers.

Belkin Pulse Review: NOC in a box

ImageLooking to add monitoring and alerting to your network, but not looking forward to hassling with SNMP MIBs and apps? Belkin's Pulse may be the answer.
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