Switch Center is unique software designed for managing network resources. The software provides a real-time management system that can help you to control your network resources by exploring your network switches and hubs that support SNMP BRIDGE-MIB.
The usage of Switch Center is clear and easy and requires no extra knowledge or efforts. The software simply scans the network, combining network discovery and switch port mapping of all network entities.
Switch Center gives you the way to explore every single network entity and control them with no remote agents or special network considerations. Switch Center has a great number of useful features, such as node and user discovery, including port location, multiple-vendor network switch ports mapping and scanning, central viewer supporting multiple servers for restricted and isolated networks, and much more. The software gives you an excellent opportunity to get a real-time network connectivity that supports graphical views with real-time reports and statistics that can be exported to a variety of other formats.
By the way, with Switch Center you can even export an entire SQL-based along with HTML code, so you can easily update your online information. In addition, with Switch Center you get multiple levels of management users and access permissions that are really useful.
Switch Center system is a complete management suite for network switches and peripheral devices that help to discover, monitor and analyze your network connectivity and performance in the best way.
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