Router IP Console is a simple in usage SNMP-based tool intended for management and control of active network equipment (such as IP routers, repeaters etc). "Router IP Console" can raise an alarms via email on critical situations. And more...
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:55
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Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: Router IP Console is a simple in usage SNMP-based tool intended for management and control of active network equipment (such as IP routers, repeaters etc). The program supports an additional functions of Cisco(r) specific routers and Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003 SNMP agent. General features: supervises the basic and extended parameters of the router and its interfaces; SNMP GET BULK request can be used; raise alarms on critical situations (router's CPU overload, router's RAM exhausted, interface go to 'down' state) and send alert via e-mail; act as SYSLOG daemon: receive and log SYSLOG messages; receive, analyze and log SNMP traps; repeaters monitoring, control of repeater's ports; searching of MAC addresses; ping monitoring; TCP connection table monitoring; SNMP parameter history, graph and log; export data to Excel. Cisco(r) intended features: Show current running config; CPU and memory load monitoring; environmental monitoring; IP accounting monitoring; description for router's interfaces; interface load monitoring; basic support for voice interfaces. Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003 intended features: show installed software table; show processes table.
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