Cisco Snmp Tool v.2.2

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Cisco Snmp Tool is a Freeware Cisco Configuration Management Application.

After Version2.0 Beta there is a map interface which supports visual design of your network. Program can be used at LAN and WAN networks. But never forget to increase timeout and retry values at WAN networks. Typically 2000ms timeout and 2 retry values are enough for both LAN and WAN applicaitons

Current Features:
- Cisco Configuration Download. (startup oor running)
- Cisco Configuration Upload. (startup or running)
- Device reset and Write NVRAM execution.
- Telnet and Ping Device Function.
- Nat Support. (If you are behind a firewaall type NAT address)
- Easy Network Map interface.
- Realtime Device Up/Down Monitoring. (forr now just ping method is used)
- CDP (Cisco Discovery Protocol) visual innterface.
- Backup and Compare config

Cisco Network and Configuration Management. Cisco Snmp Tool is a Freeware Cisco Configuration Management Application. After Version2.0 Beta there is a map interface which supports visual design of your network. Program can be used at LAN and WAN networks.

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  • Cisco Snmp Tool
  • 2.2
  • Billy TheKid's Freeware
  • Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003
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  • 1180
  • Free
 
 

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