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1. Overview:

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                A general
review of the Network performance checking is given underneath in which we can
without much of a stretch comprehend that how might we influence a group of
gadgets and after that how would we be able to include a gadget PRTG to get the
desirable sensors on that.

 

 

2. Add a Group:

To physically
include a group, select Devices Add Group from the primary menu. An assistant
will appear, driving you through two stages. For quicker setup, you can choose
Add Group… in the setting menu of a test or group to which you need to
include the new group. This will skip stage 1 and lead you specifically to stage
2.

·        
Step
1

Pick a group you need to add the new group
too. Tap on Continue.

Add Group Assistant Step 2

·        
Step 2
As depicted below include group settings.

Add Group Settings

Group Name and Tags

Group Name

Enter a
significant name to distinguish the group. The name will have appeared as a
matter of course in the gadgets tree and in all cautions.

Tags

Enter at
least one label, isolated by space or comma. You can utilize labels to bunch
questions and utilize tag-separated perspectives later on. Labels are not
case sensitive. We suggest utilizing the default value. You can add extra
labels to it, on the off chance that you like. Labels are consequently
acquired.

 

 

 

3. Add a
Device:

 

Select Devices | Add Device from the fundamental menu. A partner
will show up, driving you through two stages. For quicker setup, you can choose
Add Device… in the setting menu of a group to which you need to include the
new gadget. This will skip stage 1 and lead you specifically to stage 2.

·        
Step 1

It would be ideal if you pick a group you
need to add the new gadget too. Tap on Continue.

Add Device Assistant Step 2

·        
Step 2
Include gadget settings as depicted beneath.

Add Device Settings

Device Name an Address

Device Name

Enter a
significant name to recognize the gadget. The name will have appeared as a
matter of course in the gadget tree and in all alarms.

IP Version

Characterize which IP protocol PRTG will
use to interface with this gadget. The setting is legitimate for all sensors
made on this gadget. Pick between:
•           Connect utilizing IPv4: Use IP
rendition 4 for all solicitations to this gadget.
•           Connect utilizing IPv6: Use IP
rendition 6 for all solicitations to this gadget.

IP Address/DNS Name

Enter the IP
address (either v4 or v6, contingent upon the choice above) or DNS name for
the gadget. Most sensors made on this gadget will acquire this setting and
they will endeavor to interface with this address for observing. Note: There
are some sensor kinds that still have their own setting for IP address/DNS
name. Those sensors will utilize their own particular settings.

Device Icon

Pick a
gadget symbol from the rundown. It will have appeared in the gadget tree

 

Select which sort of auto-disclosure that
is needed to perform for this gadget. Pick between:
Manual (no
auto-revelation): Do not auto-find any sensors, but rather just include
sensors manually.
Automatic gadget
distinguishing proof (standard, suggested): Use a little arrangement of
auto-revelation layouts. This will filter the LAN and normally make a view
standard sensor on your gadget.
Automatic gadget ID
(itemized, may make numerous sensors: Use a broadened set of auto-revelation
layouts. This will examine the LAN and typically make numerous sensors on
your gadget.
 
Automatic sensor
creation utilizing particular gadget formats: Use particular auto-revelation
layouts as it were. At that point select layouts underneath. This will filter
your LAN and include sensors characterized in the layout.

Discovery Schedule

This alternative is just unmistakable in
the event that one of the auto-disclosure choices is chosen above.
Characterize when the auto-revelation will be run. Pick between:
Once: Perform auto-revelation just once.
For existing gadgets, this will start a one-time sensor refresh for the present
gadget.
Hourly: Perform auto-disclosure for new
sensors every hour.
Daily: Perform auto-disclosure for new
sensors every day.
Weekly: Perform auto-disclosure for new
sensors consistently every week.

Credentials for SNMP
Devices

SNMP Version

Select the
SNMP variant that will be utilized for gadget association. Pick between:
v1: Use the
basic standard v1 convention for SNMP associations. This convention just
offers clear-content information transmission, yet it is typically bolstered
by all gadgets.
v2: Use the
further developed v2c convention for SNMP associations. Information is still
exchanged as clear-content, yet it underpins 64-bit counters.
v3: Use the
most recent v3 convention for SNMP associations. It gives secure confirmation
and information encryption.
 
Note for
SNMP v3: Due to interior confinements, you can just screen a set number of
sensors every second utilizing SNMP v3. The utmost is somewhere close to 1
and 50 sensors for each second (contingent upon the SNMP dormancy of your
system). This implies utilizing an interim of 60 seconds you are constrained
to in the vicinity of 60 and 3000 SNMP v3 sensors for each test. In the event
that you encounter an expanded “Interim Delay” or “Open
Requests” perusing of the test wellbeing sensor, you have to appropriate
the heap over different tests. SNMP v1 and v2 don’t have this confinement.

Community String

This setting
is just unmistakable if SNMP adaptation v1 or v2c are empowered previously.
Enter the group string of your gadgets. This is a sort of “clear-content
password” utilized for straightforward confirmation. It is prescribed
utilizing the default value.

Authentication Type

This setting is only evident if SNMP version v3 is enabled above.
Pick between:
MD5: Use
Message-Digest Algorithm 5 (MD5) for validation.
SHA: Use
Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) for validation.
 
Your gadget
must be set to a similar value.

User

This setting
is just unmistakable if SNMP form v3 is empowered previously. Enter a
username for security verification. Your gadget must be set to a similar
value.

Password

This setting
is just noticeable if SNMP rendition v3 is empowered previously. Enter a
password for security verification. Your gadget must be set to a similar
value.

Data Encryption Key (DES)

This setting
is just obvious if SNMP variant v3 is empowered previously. Enter a Data
Encryption Standard (DES) key here. On the off chance that you give a key in
this field, SNMP information bundles will be scrambled utilizing the DES
encryption calculation, giving expanded security. Your gadget must be set in a
similar esteem. Note: If the key entered in this field does not coordinate
the key arranged in the objective SNMP gadget you won’t get a blunder
message! It would be ideal if you enter a string or leave the field null.

SNMP Port

Enter the
port utilized for SNMP correspondence. It is prescribed utilizing the default
value.

SNMP Timeout (sec.)

Enter a
timeout in seconds for the demand. On the off chance that the answer takes
longer than this value, the demand is prematurely ended and a mistake message
is activated.

 

 

4. Add a
Sensor:

To manually add
a sensor, select Sensors
| Add Sensor from the main menu. An
assistant will appear, leading you through two steps. For faster setup, you can
select Add Sensor… in the context menu
of a device to which you want to add the new sensor. This will skip step 1 and
lead you directly to step 2.

·        
Step 1
Please select Add sensor to an existing device
and choose a device you want to add the new sensor too. Click on Continue.

Add Sensor Assistant

• Step 2

 

The Add sensor
assistant is shown (see screenshot above). Select a sensor you want to add and
enter the needed settings. For more information, please see the manual section
of the respective sensor. See List of Available Sensor Types section to find
detailed information about every sensor.

 

5. Devices:

               The Overview tab shows general
information about the selected object. Depending on the object selected,
different information is displayed.

•           For servers, probes, groups, and
devices, the table shows information in the Name section only, such as priority
and parent objects. On the right side, a geographical Map is shown, if enabled
in the PRTG configuration as well as in the Enterprise Console’s View menu. For
detailed information about geographical maps, please see Geo Maps section.

•           For sensors, additional information
is displayed in the Status and Channels sections, such as the results of the
last sensor scan.

 

6. Devices—Live Graph, 2 days, 30 days, 365 days
Sensor:

                  These tabs are only available
if the Large Single Graph (Ctrl+L) view is enabled in the Windows Menu (View).
For Small Multiple Graphs view please see Devices—Graph section below.

Select one of the
tabs Live Graph, 2 days, 30 days, or 365 days to display an object’s monitoring
data live (content available for sensors only), or for different time spans and
in more or less detail.

Select one of the
tabs to display an object’s monitoring results as Live Graph (content available
for sensors only), or for different time spans in more or less detail (2 days,
30 days, 365 days). In every tab, you will see graphs as well as data tables.
Note: The days mentioned here are the default setting. You can change the
detail of the different graphs any time in the PRTG System Administrator
program. See section PRTG Server Administrator (Memory Usage) for more details.

Note: Underneath
each graph, a legend is shown. Hover an entry in the legend to display the
according to the line in the graph above in bold.

7. Devices—Graph Sensor:

This tab is only
available if the Small Multiple Graphs (Ctrl+S) view is enabled in the Windows
Menu (View). For Large Single Graphs view please see above. This will show an
overview of single graphs and data tables for live data, 2 days, 30 days, and
365 days. It might be necessary to enlarge the window in order to display all
graphs. Note: The days mentioned here is the default setting. You can change
the detail of the different graphs any time in the PRTG System Administrator
program. See section PRTG Server Administrator (Memory Usage) for more details.

Note: Underneath
each graph, a legend is shown. Hover an entry in the legend to display the
according to a line in the graph above in bold.

8. Devices—Historic Data Sensor:

The Historic Data
tab is available for sensors only (not for probes, groups, or devices). When
calling the historic data reports via this tab, there is no sensor selection
available, as you’ve already determined which sensor you would like to create a
report for.

Historic Data Tab of a Ping Sensor

Depending on the File Format
option you choose, the results will be shown:

•           HTML
web page: Open a new window, showing the historical data report

•           XML
file: A new browser window will open, showing the historical data report as an
XML file.

•           CSV
file: A new browser window will open, showing the historical data report as CSV
file.

When you click on one of these
items, a new window or tab of the external browser configured in the Enterprise
Console’s Options will open and PRTG will automatically log in and redirect you
to the respective web page. If your browser displays a certificate warning,
please find more information in the SSL Certificate Warning section.

View and functionality are the
same as in the web interface. For details about the available Historic Data
report options please see Historic Data Reports section of the Ajax Web
Interface documentation.

9. Devices—Log Sensor:

Click on the
Log tab to show a table list with all log information on this object. This is a
subset of the entries available via the Logs
menu tab.

In the list, one hundred entries
are shown at a time. Use the arrow symbols above the list to show other items.
You can jump to the beginning of the list, or browse through it hundred by
hundred. If the list has more than one entry, you can also sort the items by
the contents of a certain column. To sort, simply click once or twice on the
header of the column you want to sort by.

10. 
Performance Monitor via GUI interface:

Below is the
screenshot of which we can see that the interfaces of this device

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.  Performacne Monitor with PING (ms) Sensor:

We can
easily check the latency of any network entity by add device on PRTG Network
Monitoring Application. Below is the screenshot of which can be seen.

12. 
CPU Live monitoring Sensor:

We can monitor the device
performance by check live graph of CPU:

 

 

 

13.  Memory Performance Monitoring Sensor:

Performance of a device can affect when there is a lot
of memory consumption we can plot memory utilization of the device to monitor
and check the performance.

14. 
Uptime Sensor:

Up time of a
device can also see PRTG.

 

 

 

 

 

15.  HTTP Session live monitoing Sensor:

HTTP session response can be monitor via adding a session
on PRTG:

 

16. 
System Disk Sensor:

System disk sensor can also be see
on PRTG

 

 

 

17.  Channel:

We can set
scale for each sensor as shown in below snapshot