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OSSMON is an easy-to-use, Web-based monitoring package based on the OSSWEB application framework. It supports SNMP monitoring as well as specific services like POP3, SMTP, and ping. The main goal is to have a system that monitors network devices and produces alerts when a problem occurs or a device is inaccessible. Alert rules can be defined based on variables from the database or received from remote devices. It has reporting and performance charts, dynamic maps, a status console, and supports small and medium-sized networks. It has no external dependencies; everything runs on Naviserver.

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Recent releases

  •  17 Nov 2006 07:55

    Release Notes: OSSMON is now included in the OSSWEB application framework. The engine was redesigned. Performance and resource utilization were improved. The GUI was updated. More monitors were introduced.

    •  16 Feb 2006 05:39

      Release Notes: The program was updated to support Naviserver. Other minor bugs were fixed.

      •  23 Jul 2005 06:41

        Release Notes: The console GUI was improved, polling and alert processing were improved, and a bug in nssnmp was fixed. Other minor bugfixes were also made.

        •  17 May 2005 06:11

          Release Notes: The console view has been improved. Minor bugfixes were made.

          •  11 Apr 2005 04:40

            Release Notes: New threading pools are now used for simultaneous polling, which will make the server more stable in large networks. Other minor bugfixes were made.


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