Ramiz H. Shikhaliyev

The article focusses on the development of a conceptual architecture for intelligent monitoring of computer networks (CN). Mobile multi-agents are used, each of which monitors the individual components of the CN such as network equipment, connections, traffic, services and users. This architecture can extend the coverage of the monitoring system and ensure the completeness of monitoring data. Also, the architecture is easily scalable if required to monitor the new components (pp. 59-64).

Keywords: computer networks, network monitoring, monitoring architecture, CN components, intellectual mobile multi-agents.
DOI : 10.25045/jpit.v06.i2.07
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