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by: Netstaruk

Remote working or working from home, that is how a layman would call it, is en vogue these days. Most people want to work from the comfort of their homes and save their travel time. Remote working or remote monitoring provides this wonderful opportunity to individuals and business owners alike.
Remote monitoring was designed and formalized by the user community but a major role was played by the Internet Engineering Task Force. Without the help of the Internet Engineering Task Force, this idea could never have been implemented. The proposal for remote monitoring was approved in 1992.
Remote monitoring is a standard monitoring requirement, which provides network administrators with more freedom in selecting network-monitoring probes and consoles. They can choose from many options and pick up the one, which has features that meet their particular networking needs. Remote Monitoring enables geographically distributed network monitors and console systems to exchange network-monitoring data.
The remote monitoring compliant console managers and network probes exchange amongst them, a set of statistics and functions, which are defined in the remote monitoring specification. Network administrators are provided with comprehensive network-fault identification, formulation, and performance-tuning information. Remote monitoring transfers information in nine groups of monitoring contents. Each group provides specific sets of data to meet the requirements of common network-monitoring. It is through the exchange of these data and statistics that the remote monitoring system works.
Remote monitoring has a very big plus point. And that is that all the remote monitoring groups are optional. This means that all the groups are not required to be supported within the Management Information Base (MIB) by a vendor. But some remote monitoring groups may need support of other groups for proper functioning.
Remote working has been made possible by remote monitoring. Remote working has many benefits. It boosts employee productivity. This is so because a person can be 100% productive only if he/she has a relaxed mind. It also helps a person in striking a perfect work-life balance as remote working enables individuals to operate from the comfort of their home. Remote working is also useful for employers as it saves a lot of money in the form of reduced office space, travel time etc.
Remote monitoring is a gift of the latest technology, which is cherished by most and welcomed by all!
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