[mrtg] monitoring port 1352

Donald Mahler dmahler at telcordia.com
Tue May 8 20:40:26 MEST 2001

This sounds like you just need to make sure that a port is up and running
remotely.   In other words, make sure that lotus notes server has port 1352
up and it is accepting connections.   This is a reasonable way to cheaply
make sure that notes is working.

I personally would not use mrtg for this, as these are not SNMP things you
are checking and mrtg is better at snmp polling and graphing.

If you have a little money, IPMonitor can do this for you
http://www.mediahouse.com/ipmonitor/ . other vendor products can also do

if not, and you have programming skills, write a perl or c code that will
open a client socket connections to port xxxx, and report back if the
connection is accepted, sending an alert to your alert management system.

Don Mahler

>I have check several web sites and ask around my area if anyone knows how
>or knows if anyone else has tried this.
>I want to monitor the Notes mail port 1352, port 25 simple mail transfer
>protocol, and port 80 the web traffic port.
>If  it is even possible by using MRTG I would appreciate  any info you
>could give me.
>Frank BCI NOC
>Borden Chemical

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