With LogicMonitor’s automated monitoring of Juniper Netscreen firewalls, monitoring becomes simple. Add your firewall’s hostname or IP address, and you’re done. (If you wish, you can also have LogicMonitor scan, detect and add your firewalls automatically.) LogicMonitor’s ActiveDiscovery will detect that the device is a Netscreen firewall, and apply all the monitoring needed.
LogicMonitor’s ActiveDiscovery will find and monitor:
You will immediately have alerts defined on CPU load, memory, hardware issues and tunnel state. All with no configuration required.
And of course, Active Discovery will keep LogicMonitor up to date – add a new IPSec VPN link, and you don’t need to remember to update monitoring – ActiveDiscovery will do that for you.
The Session load and number of failed sessions of a NetScreen is an important metric to monitor, but LogicMonitor doesn’t stop there. It detects and monitors all the individual CPUs in a multi-processor system, tracks memory usage and fragmentation, and lets you see at a glance whether your NetScreen is meeting the demands places on it.
LogicMonitor detects each VPN tunnel automatically, and graphs the throughput, packets and latency for each one. It alerts you if the VPN state changes (but is clever enough to do so only if you’ve enabled Tunnel State tracking for that tunnel on the NetScreen itself.) And of course, if you add or remove tunnels, ActiveDiscovery detects this and adjusts monitoring for you.
LogicMonitor detects each configured rule automatically, and graphs the throughput and packets that each rule forwards. And of course, if you add or remove rules, ActiveDiscovery detects this and adjusts monitoring for you.
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