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Network Monitoring System Using Ping Methodology and GUI

  • J. DhillipanEmail author
  • N. Vijayalakshmi
  • S. Suriya
Chapter
Part of the Intelligent Systems Reference Library book series (ISRL, volume 172)

Abstract

Network Monitoring is a dynamic web application which is used to monitor the devices among distributed network. This application mainly used in Organisation which widely spread in different locations, by registering all devices of the organisation to this application they can be monitored from the organisation’s headquarters or anywhere else. Using network monitoring which gives detailed information about the device which is defect or disconnected from particular network. Here Searching also done throughout the network using Network IP address, searching can be done on tree hierarchy level. It monitoring starts which displays the overall view of network through graphical user interface here the user can interact with it. Monitoring done on tree level hierarchy which shows root nodes of the network if any fault occurs in child node it also affects the root node and shows red colour sign to intimate there is fault inside this particular root node we can go inside the root node and monitor the child nodes through sub nodes. This overcomes all disadvantages of existing system which can work on single system only but proposed system can able to monitor distributed network.

Keywords

Ping methodology GUI Network monitoring 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer ApplicationsSRM ISTTamil NaduIndia

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