[mrtg] VitalNet vs. other frontends?

PAUL WILLIAMSON pwilliamson at mtb.com
Mon Oct 27 18:57:33 CET 2008

I have an installation of VitalNet that I've been "competing" with for 
the last few years, and I revisit this topic with management roughly 
once every 6-8 months.  
Does anyone have any pros or cons about VitalNet vs. any of the 
fairly popular front ends like:
I only am concerned with trending and alerting to a master monitor.
We've got an entrenched installation of Netcool and we're working 
on replacing our aging Big Brother deployment, but I need to give 
some fresh information to keep VitalNet at bay, or just a 
incredibly strong argument to eliminate it from use.
Or, if there really is a compelling reason to use it vs. something like 
Cacti or Routers, I'd like to heard that as well.
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