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.
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.