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I will definitely find some time to do a write up then!
post #12 of 19
I'd be very interested too. I've been thinking of trying opennms for a little while and learned about Netflow stats(which look pretty interesting) reading this thread so I'd love to know more about them.
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And the pressure is on. I might be able to do something Friday or Saturday night, if not it would be later in next week.
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And the pressure is on. I might be able to do something Friday or Saturday night, if not it would be later in next week.

No rush mate. There's a great deal of other things that take priority over keep us internet folk entertained smile.gif (though I should really learn to take my own advice on that one laugher.gif)
post #15 of 19
I use

Observium

I love it! They are now doing a Kickstarter project about a Alert System which has been fully funded.

Its much better than anything ive found online!
post #16 of 19
Would like to see a writeup too.

PS: @tycoonbob, looks like you'll be waiting a little longer to try pfSense :-)
    
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Would like to see a writeup too.

PS: @tycoonbob, looks like you'll be waiting a little longer to try pfSense :-)

Yeah, once I started doing some research on the EdgeRouter series from Ubiquiti, it was a no brainer to me. To build a 1U half rack PC with 3+ NICs would easily cost $400 in hardware, then I would have to decide on which UTM to run. The ERL at $100 can do everything I need, plus some. Silent, smaller than the PC I was going to build, and powerful.
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looks good. i might give that a try myself
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