Sysmon is a network monitoring tool designed to provide high performance and accurate network monitoring. Currently supported tests include monitoring of SMTP, IMAP, HTTP, TCP, UDP, Radius, NNTP, and POP3 servers. It also includes the ability to ping hosts and routers, as well as the ability to perform SNMP queries and generate alerts based on those results. Sysmon has the ability to understand real network topologies, including the ability to monitor multiple paths and only report the actual device that is down instead of a router that is down, and all the hosts behind it.
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Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that covers a case where there were an odd number of objects to be monitored on some platforms.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release that includes numerous cleanups and bugfixes.
Release Notes: IPv6 support has been added to the PING test. There are numerous bugfixes, including cleaning up the SNMP test, and a number of other cosmetic bugs.
Release Notes: The SNMP tests and autoconf-based detection of the SNMP libraries have been significantly cleaned.
Release Notes: This release concentrates on a number of bugfixes that reduce the CPU utilization during monitoring. There are also some minor fixes in the configuration parsing system to ensure that data is not improperly leaked from one device being monitored to another. There were also minor security audits done to the rats tool.