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Endpoint Monitoring


Endpoint Monitoring provides visibility to your endpoint enabling the ability to monitor and troubleshoot endpoint connectivity issues. 

Specifically, Endpoint Monitoring allows you to: 

  • Monitor Latency, Throughput, System Resources, WiFi health metrics, speedtest 
  • Diagnose cloud application connectivity & availability 
  • Track installed software & OS versions 

Using Endpoint Monitoring

Getting Started with Endpoint Monitoring 

To get started, log into the Auvik platform and have the Auvik Agent installed on the end user's machine. 

Endpoints will be registered to a site and are accessible within the Inventory menu, under All Endpoints. From this list you can select the machine you want to investigate by selecting the device’s name. 

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Endpoint Monitoring Features 

WiFi Stats 

Quickly determine whether an end user’s connectivity problems were related to poor WiFi with our new WiFi Signal strength chart. 

Internet Speed Test 

The Auvik Agent automatically runs a speed test every four hours so you can evaluate trends in up/down speeds that the endpoint is actually experiencing on a day-to-day basis. 

Latency to Sites 

Understand what quality of service the end user is actually experiencing when using key cloud applications. Our Measured Sites Latency chart shows the latency to up to four configurable domains alongside the latency to the gateway so that you can diagnose whether the latency issue is within the network they’re on, or outside of it. 

For each Auvik Site, you can configure up to four domains that all endpoints in that Site will monitor latency to. To configure the list of domains, go to the Endpoint Monitoring > Cloud Sites page, located under the Admin section. Enter a Fully Qualified Domain Name (and optional friendly name) for each site you want to monitor latency to. 

Endpoint Inventory 

Use the comprehensive documentation of the endpoints' hardware components, software, and operating system to help gain insights into the operational state of endpoint hardware and pinpoint non-compliant or out of date software installations. 

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