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Custom Sensor dalam PRTG

Additional Sensor Types (Custom Sensors) Help ContentsPreviousNext Users can create and use their own, self-written custom sensors in PRTG Network Monitor to go far beyond PRTG's standard sensor set. You can create your own sensors using Windows Management Instrumentation Query Language (WQL), visual basic scripting, PowerShell, batch scripting, and by compiling an EXE or DLL file (using any Windows software development tool). Basics For a general introduction, please see the sections about EXE/Script sensors and the API documentation which contains details about the necessary return format for those sensors. WMI Custom sensors allow executing WQL requests. EXE/Script SensorEXE/Script Advanced SensorSSH Script SensorApplication Programming Interface (API) DefinitionWMI Custom Sensor
Custom Sensors Included in PRTG After installing PRTG Network Monitor you will already find a selection of custom EXE/Script and WMI WQL script sensors in the PRTG program directory. Many of these are sam…

Dashboard menarik dengan PRTG

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My PRTG Dashboard:
Get Inspired by the Three Winners After three exciting months the "My PRTG Dashboard" competition has come to an end. You've sent us about 30 great and inspiring dashboards, which for our jury made it quite difficult to agree on one single winner each month—you can't imagine the heated discussions! But finally we've found three winners. All chosen dashboards add real value to the monitoring solution as the responsible IT team, and in certain cases even end customers, can see at a glance if their network or monitored systems are running smoothly. Now, without further ado, let me present to you the three winning dashboards: Dashboards as Customer Service In February Quentin Long, a cloud solutions engineer at Fronde, surprised us with a comprehensive dashboard that helps his team to monitor cloud solutions, based on Amazon Web Services (AWS) with PRTG Network Monitor. Quentin's dashboard also enables his customers to really use the monitoring…

Remote dan Multiple Probe dalam PRTG

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Remote Probes and Multiple Probes Help ContentsPreviousNext Upon installation, PRTG creates the first probe automatically, called the Local Probe . It runs on the same machine as the PRTG core server and monitors all devices from this system, using the sensors you have configured. Working with only one local probe should suffice for Local Area Network (LAN) monitoring and if you want to monitor one location only. Scenarios Requiring Remote Probes However, there are several situations making it necessary to work with Remote Probes in the same LAN or in remote locations. Among these situations are the following: You have more than one location and you need to make sure that services are available from all locations.Your network is separated in several LANs by firewalls, and the local probe cannot monitor specific services across the firewalls.You need to monitor systems in a Virtual Private Network (VPN) across public or in-secure data lines.You want to sniff packets on another computer.Y…

Private Cloud akan tetap jadi pilihan utama

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Private cloud is here to stay: CiscoSummary: Cisco believes as regulatory pressures to keep data in-country heightens, more businesses will look at the private cloud as the solution. By  | June 20, 2014 -- 04:10 GMT (12:10 SGT) 1Comment