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 From: Pete Sass
  Where is Pete Sass?
 Marathon, Ontario
 Canada
 Pete Sass
 To: Bernard Bout
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 Brisbane
 Australia
 Bernard Bout
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Subject: RE: OpManager
Thread ID: 112600 Message ID: 112682 # Views: 2 # Ratings: 0
Version: Not Applicable Category: Network and Computer Management
Date: Friday, November 10, 2006 11:59:24 PM         
   


> > > > Hi,
> > > >
> > > > In my search for decent network monitoring software I can across OpManager today
> > > > and downloaded a demo copy of this (31 Meg) program and installed it.
> > > >
> > > > So far I am quite impressed with this bit of software. I was very interested in
> > > > drilling down to port level granularity on our switches within out network infastructure.
> > > >
> > > > This is a java web based monitoring solution, so once installed on a network web
> > > > server, you can access remotely from home and take a peek at what is in fact going
> > > > on within your network.
> > > >
> > > > Anyone used this, or have an opinions on this software?
> > > >
> > > > Pete from the Great White North. (Only in Canada, ay.) Over and Out ...

> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > No opinion. Just that we use Solar Winds for monitoring. Also web based.

> >
> >
> > Hi Bernard,
> > How do you like it????
> > I am shopping so am going to download a trail version. I did note
> > this is a very expensive product, $8,500.00 Canadian for a small 500
> > element network. 3Com's solution is around $2,6,00 for a 2500 element
> > network, and OpManager is around $3,400.00 for an unlimited element
> > network. Based upon this, I am expecting Solar Winds to have a lot
> > more featues and options that the other two I mentioned here.
> > Pete from the Great White North. (Only in Canada, ay.) Over and Out ...

>
> Hi Pete
>
> Must be getting really white around there now eh?
>
> I am not responsible for the network. Dor that we have network engineers so I cannot comment nor recommend any software. But from what the network guys say they has evaluated different software for monitoring and decided that Solar Winds was what they needed so that is what was bought.
>
> Sorry that I can't help here. I just wanted to give you another option.
>
> Bernard from Sunny Queensland :)



Hi,
Sunny ay!
Sunny here too... well 2 months out of 12 - lol
Thanks for the Solar Winds suggestion anyways. As mentioned I am going to take
a look at it next week and have already obtained the trail 30 day download.
Pete from the Great White North. (Only in Canada, ay.) Over and Out ...

ENTIRE THREAD

OpManager Posted by Pete Sass @ 11/10/2006 3:10:32 AM
RE: OpManager Posted by Bernard Bout @ 11/10/2006 7:49:26 AM
RE: OpManager Posted by Pete Sass @ 11/10/2006 2:09:44 PM
RE: OpManager Posted by Bernard Bout @ 11/10/2006 10:56:03 PM
RE: OpManager Posted by Pete Sass @ 11/10/2006 11:59:24 PM
RE: OpManager Posted by Bernard Bout @ 11/12/2006 3:37:29 AM
RE: OpManager Posted by Ken Murphy @ 11/11/2006 2:09:39 AM
RE: OpManager Posted by Bernard Bout @ 11/12/2006 3:33:59 AM
RE: OpManager Posted by Ken Murphy @ 11/12/2006 5:23:12 AM
RE: OpManager Posted by Eric den Doop @ 11/12/2006 9:58:23 AM