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Title: Monitorización de la red de comunicaciones de una Administración Pública
Author: Monerris Aldeguer, Ángel
Tutor: Mendoza Flores, Manuel Jesús
Keywords: SNMP
Zabbix
CentOS
monitoring
network communication
Issue Date: Jan-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Nowadays, computer networks are more than a simple channel for sharing information among different electronic devices, they are the backbone that supports hyperconnectivity and ubiquity today's society demands. Networks must be well sized, flexible and have mechanisms that allow them to quickly recover from failures. As long as computer networks grow and become more complex, it is more difficult to anticipate possible failures that could happen or, if they are impossible to avoid, quickly locate what is not working properly. This dissertation is about solving the problem described by using network monitoring systems. A network monitoring system consists of a central module that constantly keeps track of the equipment connected to the network by means of sensors or agents. The central module analyzes received data and, through different tools, is able to: send alarms by email, SMS or other channels when there is a trouble, detect trends that indicate that some equipment will be down, provide reports based on the network activities, and so on. The first part of this work is theoretical, and deals with the study of the monitoring systems fundamentals and characteristics, also compares several of them. The second part is a practical case, where a network monitoring system for the network of the Local Development Agency of Santa Pola will be selected, deployed and finally gone live.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/105246
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