Simple network service avaibility monitor
'netalert' checks the availability of network services by initiating cyclic TCP and/or UDP connection attempts. It can also validate received sequences (using extended regular expressions) and even trigger those sequences by sending sequences itself. It will notify the admin by email when a service goes down. The package is easy to setup due to its clean XML-based configuration file.
released on 2 April 2005
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|BSD 2Clause||Janet Casey||27 April 2005|
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 27 April 2005.
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