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PRTG: Supervision of a QNAP NAS

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Presentation In this tutorial, I will explain how to supervise a QNAP NAS with PRTG. PRTG integrates a model for QNAP NAS that allows the automatic creation of the following sensors: QNAP system status Physical disks Logical disks. Configure the SNMP Agent on the NAS 1. On the NAS web interface, open the control panel and click SNMP 1 .…

PRTG: equipment dependent on a parent

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Introduction PRTG allows you to create dependencies between multiple devices. This allows in case of failure of a device to pass the others automatically paused. This parameter can be used with servers and a switch. In this tutorial, we will use it to bind a server to a database instance. If on a server, there are several Oracle / SQL…


PRTG: Configure a Netflow Sensor

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PRTG has a Netflow sensor, which makes it possible to transform it into a Netflow server so that network flows can be analyzed. Before configuring the sensor, you must set the network equipment to send the streams to PRTG. 1. From the equipment, add sensor 1 . 2. In the search area 1 enter netflow then click on the Netflow sensor…

PRTG: Hyper-V Statistics CPU and RAM Resource Allocation

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This script creates a sensor in PRTG that displays the allocation of physical resources to virtual machines. Scripts can be used to monitor a standalone / clustered Hyper-V host and / or cluster. Canals : VM Count : number of virtual machines CPU allocated (%) : percentage of logical CPUs allocated to VMs. CPU assigned : number of CPUs assigned…

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