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     Re: anyone out there

lots of folks have switched to the commercial software 'netcool' which
runs about $100,000 or so.  it's much nicer, but obviously nocol has its
own value in being free.  i would imagine most smaller isps are still
using NOCOL.  We still have it running here even though we use netcool for
most of the network.

I still maintain bgpmon as well.

On Tue, 12 Oct 1999, Velocet wrote:

> Amazingly quiet mailing list.
> Is nocol dead end? where's SNIPS? Does it exist?
> Has anyone got nocol doing hierarchical conditions, so that when a link
> is down you dont also get paged with SMTP, Web, Pop, Imap, Ftp and everything
> else being down too?
> Is someone still maintaining nocol?
> Or has everyone switched away from nocol? If so, what are you using now?
> /kc
> -- 
> Ken Chase, Director Operations                  Velocet Communications Inc.
> math@velocet.ca                                              Toronto CANADA
> --
> "Sometimes two [harmless] words, when put together, strike fear in the
>   hearts of men -- Microsoft Wallet."                           - Dave Gilbert

Thank you,

Jonathan A. Zdziarski
Sr. Systems Administrator
Netrail, inc. 
888.NET.RAIL x240