You mean Ubuntu will do ?do you really have to go with windows? there are so so many network monitoring apps on linux is amazing
So what do you recommend sir ?Network Bandwidth Monitoring is a basic movement for each system engineer. By understanding who, what, and how data transfer capacity is being utilized, you can maintain a strategic distance from bottlenecks, convey better nature of administration and decrease costs all while ceaselessly conveying business basic applications and administrations.
Is this installable on windows ?We use Nagius and Observium for traffic monitoring, works like a treat with all devices in our network. Yes it isn't exactly plug-n-play but it looks the part
What do the sensors means ?It's free for 100 Sensors (not devices) so you can test it. Pricelist is here https://www.paessler.com/prtg/price_list
Yes i use it and it's awesome. I used cacti and zabbix too. Both are good but not easy as PRTG. Learning curve is less harsh on PRTG than other network monitor tools. They have nice phone apps and widgets too.