10-Strike Network Monitor 2.0
10-Strike Network Monitor is a network device status monitor which allows you to obtain online data on the time a device becomes available and the time it goes out, and thus ensure a prompt response to various events.
The program's functionality is based on periodic polling of devices. It can check devices via the ICMP, TCP, SNMP, HTTP, FTP, ARP, DNS protocols. With 10-Strike Network Monitor you can monitor SQL databases, files, folders, free space on disks, VB and JS script results. Depending on the result that function has returned, the device being polled obtains a corresponding status. If the check is successful its color is displayed in green; if it failed - it appears in red. Configure the program's response to particular events (device on/off). These include: displaying a message, playing a sound, running external programs and commands, placing a record to log, sending a SMS to a mobile phone, sending e-mails, restarting/shutting down a service or a computer.
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