Port
Monitoring

Lets you keep an eye on your network and detect problems before they impact your business.

What is a port?

A port is an entry point to a network service. A single computer can have many ports, each of which maps to a specific application or process. The port number identifies the particular application or process. For example, port 80 is used for HTTP traffic, and port 443 is used for HTTPS traffic.

What is TCP?

TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) is a connection-oriented protocol that guarantees the delivery of data from one endpoint to another endpoint on a network. It provides reliable delivery of data by using acknowledgments and retransmissions if necessary. TCP uses sequence numbers to receive all data packets in order and undisturbed.

What is UDP?

UDP (User Datagram Protocol) is a connectionless protocol that does not guarantee the delivery of data from one endpoint to another endpoint on a network. UDP does not use sequence numbers as TCP does; therefore, it does not guarantee delivery of data in order nor guarantee that data will be undisturbed or deliverable by the receiver side if there are any errors during transmission.

What is port monitoring?

Port monitoring is a means of ensuring that your network, infrastructure, and equipment are working properly and performing as expected.

The idea is that you identify all of the ports in use on your network and then monitor them to ensure they are working correctly.

This is particularly important for business networks where uptime is critical. If any port goes down then it can cause issues for users and applications throughout the network.

What are the benefits of port monitoring

Port monitoring allows you to keep an eye on your network and detect any problems before they become major issues. For example, if a server goes down then it can affect numerous other servers and applications on your network. By identifying this problem early you can prevent it from becoming more widespread than necessary so that you don't experience downtime across your entire enterprise or business unit.

This is especially important if there are other people who rely on your server for their work. For example, if you're running an e-commerce site and your web server goes down, then customers will be unable to purchase items from your website until it's fixed.

By adding port monitoring, you give your business a competitive edge and ensure it’s always online.

Monitoring ports is a key component of keeping your business online. If one of these crucial connections goes down, it could result in downtime for your entire network.

With MonSpark you can easily monitor your network ports and keep tabs on the status of your servers. This allows you to proactively manage any issues before they cause downtime or affect productivity.

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