Kiwire™ 2.0

Monitoring

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Build 9 Updates*

*This article has been updated to include Build 9 properties. Older versions might require an update if you cannot find certain functions written below.

Kiwire™ is fully equipped with a built-in simple network monitoring system. This monitoring module will display all the equipment health status and its last reported scan. To access this module, click on Device > monitoring to access the monitoring modules.

Dashboard

Dashboard module is for monitoring devices. To access the dashboard, click on Devices > Monitoring > Dashboard.

The above widgets each computes:
Total Device: Total number of devices created.
Total Device Online: Total number of devices are online.
Total Warnings: Total number of devices that are online but unable to get data through SNMP.
Total Critical: Total number of devices that unable to ping device.

Online/Offline Devices

Online/Offline Devices module let you to check the devices that are online and offline in selected place.

Warning Overview – Devices that are online but unable to get data through SNMP.

Field Function
Device ID The ID of the device.
Reason The reason why the device is in warning point.

Critical Overview – Devices that unable to ping device.

Field Function
Device ID The ID of the device.
Reason The reason why the device is in critical point.

Maps

The Maps module let you view all devices placement on the map as well as an icon representing the health status of the devices. this is useful if you wish to monitor by map. To access the map, click on Devices > Monitoring > Map.

Field/b> Function
Map Name Name of the map.
Description The general description for the map.
Action To edit, to see map device and to delete the map.

To create map, click on “Create” button. Then fill in the relevant field with information then click on “Create” button again.

Field/b> Function
Map File Import the map file.
Map Name Name of the map.
Description The general description for the map.

MIB (Management Information Base)

To access the MIB, click on Devices > Monitoring > MIB.

MIB

      1. : The name of the MIB (Management Information Base)

Description

      1. : The general description for the MIB.

Action

    1. : To edit or delete MIB.

To add MIB, click on “Add” button. Then fill in the relevant field with information then save it.

Field/b> Function
MIB Name Name of the MIB.
Description The general description for the map.
System Name The object identifier (OID) for system name.
Device Location The object identifier (OID) for device location.
CPU Load The object identifier (OID) for CPU load.
Total Memory The object identifier (OID) for total memory.
Memory Used The object identifier (OID) for memory used.
Disk Size The object identifier (OID) for disk size.
Disk Used The object identifier (OID) for disk used.
No. of Services The object identifier (OID) for number of services.
Input Volume The object identifier (OID) for input volume.
Output Volume The object identifier (OID) for output volume.
System Up Time The object identifier (OID) for system uptime.
Interface Desc. The object identifier (OID) for interface.
Total Interface The object identifier (OID) for total number of interfaces.
Interface Status The object identifier (OID) for interface status.

Rules

To access the Rules, click on Devices > Monitoring > Rules.

  • Name: The name of the rule.
  • CPU (Warning): Set value to trigger alert for cpu warning.
  • CPU (Critical): Set value to trigger alert for cpu critical.
  • Disk (Warning): Set value to trigger alert for disk warning.
  • Disk (Critical): Set value to trigger alert for disk critical.
  • Memory (Warning): Set value to trigger alert for memory warning.
  • Memory (Critical): Set value to trigger alert for memory critical.
  • Action: To edit or delete the rule.

To add Rule, click on “Add Rules “. Then fill in the relevant field with information then save it.

Field/b> Function
Name The name of the rule.
MIB Select the MIB (Management Information Base).
CPU (Warning) Set value to trigger alert for cpu warning.
CPU (Critical) Set value to trigger alert for cpu critical.
Disk (Warning) Set value to trigger alert for disk warning.
Disk (Critical) Set value to trigger alert for disk critical
Memory (Warning) Set value to trigger alert for memory warning.
Memory (Critical) Set value to trigger alert for memory critical.
Always Send Alert Send out alert even if there is no warning or critical alert.
Ignore Warning Only send out alert if there is critical situation.
Check for Interface Status Check the status for each interface (whether they are down or up).

Status

To access the status, click on Devices > Monitoring > Status.

Field Function
Device Name The name of the device.
Description Description/Remark for the device.
Status The status of the device whether online or offline.
Last Report Time The time of the last report of the device.

Check Logs

To access Check Logs, click on Devices > Monitoring > Check Logs.

Field Function
Device ID The ID of the device.
Status The status of the device whether online or offline.
Reason The reason why the device is online or offline.
Last Check The date and time for the device that check.
System Name The name of the system.
CPU Load The percentage of CPU usage.
Memory Used The number of memory used.
Disk Used The number of memory used.

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