The Managed Switch Port Mapping tool maps the physical port connections of a managed network switch to MAC and IP addresses of the attached devices using SNMPv1 / v2c / v3. Shows switch LACP / LAG / PAGP interconnections.
Version: 2.85.1The Managed Switch Port Mapping tool maps the physical port connections of a managed network switch to MAC and IP addresses of the attached devices using SNMPv1 / v2c / v3.
License: Free To Try $229.00
Operating System: Windows
Capable of mapping many different brands and models of managed switches.
Saves technicians time mapping out the physical layout of your network by helping identify network devices attached to the physical switch ports.
Shows multiple downstream devices connected by hubs or other switches - LLDP and CDP report the directly connected devices.
Switch Lists allow you to map a set of switches.
Command Line lets you map a single switch or a Switch List on a scheduled basis using Windows Task Scheduler.
Shows VLAN assignment, port status, speed, duplex, bytes in / out, connected device interface manufacturer, LLDP, CDP connected devices, interface bandwidth utilization and more.
Shows LACP / LAG and PAGP link information.
Shows the elapsed time since a port has changed from up to down or vice versa. Use to see how long a device has been connected to a port.
Reports Microsoft and VMWare virtual operating systems attached to ports.
History Database records all switch mappings. Database is searchable and you can reload previous mappings back into the results grid.
Shows Spanning Tree Protocol status and root information.
Spreadsheet format results can be printed in color and searched for text strings.
Export results to XML or tab delimited text. The XML file can be directly opened by Microsoft Excel XP / 2003 / 2007 or OpenOffice Calc.
Results can be saved and reloaded for later review using XML.
Switch and device 'configurations' including IPs and community names are automatically saved in an SQLite database and can be loaded for rapid change between multiple switches.
No need to re-enter switch information.
Version 2.85.1: -Added new right click option to 'Remove rows marked with I/F not present'. -Added checks to warn users that Unicode text files cannot be imported and need to be ANSI or UTF-8. -Improved file format error reporting for new Ping Sweep range import feature. -Fixed Global Settings Putty
Version 2.85: -Added method for bulk importing Ping Sweep ranges for a number of switches to Ping Sweep Range Editor. -Added methods for detecting Layer 3 vs. Layer 2 switches. -Fixed problems with protecting certain database fields. -Updated SQLite to version 3.33.0
Version 2.84.3: Added methods for obtaining Spanning Tree Protocol data from Dell N series switches and two flavors of Netgear switches that do not report STP data in the normal location. Minor change to VLAN reporting algorithm for Cisco IOS and related switches. Updated databases and SQLite.
Version 2.84.1: Fixed problem with XML exporting of results. Added support for TP-Link switches and improved support for Dell switches based on Force10 switches. Updated databases and SQLite.
Version 2.83: Removed 10SCAPE exporting. Improved XML exporting of results. Added export/import of switch, device and switch list for easy transfer to another computer. Updated databases and SQLite.
Version 2.82: Improved parsing of mac address fields in LLDP and CDP. Changes to command line operation for better operation and debugging.
Version 2.81.3: Improved parsing of Duplex Mode when retrieved from MAU Mib. Updated SQLite and MAC address database.
Version 2.81: Added new Native VLAN and Untagged VLAN columns. Improved Duplex Mode reporting. Better support for Juniper switches. User defined report logo/banner. User defined column headers.
Version 2.80.3: Changed certain command line options so that they exit when complete. New privacy option allowing you to erase the data in all databases. Dropped XP support. Updated SQLite.
Version 2.80.1: New Color coding of LAG/LACP/PAGP/HP Trunk interfaces, optional User Defined DNS in Global Settings, User Defined Default SNMP Settings accessible from both manual settings and text file bulk import, new Connector Present column, a Bulk Settings editor for globally changing some settings and more.