1 Reply Latest reply on May 12, 2014 4:14 PM by sean.martinez

    Continuous device polling on Network Performance Monitor Engineers Toolset

    1ashgarg

      I am using the Network Performance Monitor tool included in Engineers tool-set to monitor port traffic.  It polls information while it is running but if I get disconnected from my computer, the polling stops as well; for example: overnight.  Is there a way that I can log off from the server and still the NPM poll the ports? That way, when I can see the traffic charts when I come in the morning.

        • Re: Continuous device polling on Network Performance Monitor Engineers Toolset
          sean.martinez

          The Network Performance Monitor in the Engineer's Toolset is designed for on the spot ad hoc monitoring of devices. Once the application is closed, the application will stop monitoring. There is another limitation where the database is only able to store a very small amount of data at 2GB.

           

          If you are looking for a full 24x7 monitoring, you will want to look at Network Performance Monitor which is designed for long term data collection of 1 year or longer, and will run as a service on a server that you can remotely connect to via a Web Console. NPM will poll a lot more data than the Toolset's Performance Monitor including Routing details, Network Topology, Alerting, and Network Topology on top of the application that you are using.