Remote network administration


Remote Network Administration

With ITmanager.net you can securely manage and monitor your network using a single dashboard from any device. Available on on Apple, Android and Web Client.


Features

Read our management, monitoring or security features.


Manage

Monitor

Security


Supported Management Features

Manage physical, virtual, or cloud based servers.

Windows

Web Interfaces

XenApp

Amazon Web Services

Active Directory

VMware

SSH/Telnet

BlackBerry Server

Exchange

Hyper-V

VNC/RDP/ARD

Network Tools

Office 365

XenServer

Google Apps

Custom API Services

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Supported Server Monitoring

Monitor your servers using your choice of Ping, HTTP or TCP Ports with ITmanager.net available on iOS, Android and BlackBerry.
You can even get notifications and reports of server downtime right to your Apple Watch.

Ping Monitoring

Be notified the moment a server is no longer responding

Custom API Monitoring

Custom design your own monitors using our new custom API integration

HTTP Monitoring

Check if a website is down or returning the incorrect response

Detailed Monitoring Reports

Response time graphs, downtime events and drill down to view individual server responses

TCP Monitoring

Monitor specific ports such as monitoring an email (smtp) server on port 25

Notifications

Receive downtime, slow response, errors and uptime notifications by email, SMS, Android push, iOS push or to your Apple Watch

Enterprise Server

Monitor servers found on your private network behind your firewall using our Enterprise Server

Notification Options

Configure notification delays, repeat notifications as well as dispatch notifications to other admins on your team

SNMP Monitoring

Monitor your network status with SNMP monitoring

PagerDuty

Integration with PagerDuty allows you to dispatch downtime notifications to the current on-call Network Administrators

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Supported Security Features

Manage IT from anywhere. Anytime.

Enterprise Server

Keychain

Audit Logging

Two Factor Authentication

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