Release Notes: Better support for PHP 5 and RRDTool 1.2.x, OS/400 integration, Dell Chassis alarm monitoring, and fixes for all reported issues.
Release Notes: This release includes a lot of new interface types like Cisco NAT, Sensors MIB (LMsensors), UPS MIB, Linux IPTables, and Windows Informant Disk usage monitoring. There is also a new Trap receiver system. All the reported bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes all the problems reported since last version. User deletion works again, the correct bandwidth is discovered for the physical interfaces, the events screen is faster, there is better scheduling in the new poller, and SNMPv2 SETs (PING-MIB) and Cisco SAA monitoring are fixed. There are many small bugfixes. All users should upgrade to this version.
Release Notes: A new GUI completely done in valid HTML 4.01 and CSS. A new poller system for big networks. Network autodiscovery. ODBC, Cisco AS 5300, APC, Brocade, and Alteon Monitoring. Integrated 95th percentile graphing and reporting. Support for SNMPv2 and SNMPv3. Many fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for CatOS Switches, Web server monitoring (IIS and Apache), Compaq/HP Insight Manager, and Livignstone PortMaster3. It improves support for Windows Syslog events, CPU usage and load aggregation, and temperature aggregation. All reported bugs have been fixed, and the GUI is a bit nicer now with a lot of small helpers.
Release Notes: This release includes new features like disabling the status polling of any interface, system description (kernel and hostname) polling and tracking, a new calendar, new trigger fields, and a UDP poller. There are fixes for the NTP poller, TCP tool, event filter, alarm map, and others.
Release Notes: This release includes a new login method (Web form), a new tools framework to allow changes directly to the hosts, a new GUI option to select the view at start, and a new poller helper to get faster Up's. It has anonymous customer logins, direct graph embedding, fixes for the syslog consolidator, NTP, TCP port discovery, a rewrite of the events screen, and more direct links to pages from the alarms screen.
Release Notes: This release include fixes for Graph Titles, Manual Discovery, and various parts of the GUI, and new things like NTP monitoring, a new DHTML view, new SLAs for Cisco and Linux, an application instances graph, etc.
Release Notes: A better internal interface arrangement resulting in a more useful GUI, more options, and a generally more flexible Network Management System. Configurable cleanup of old Events and Alarms. A per-host polling switch. An experimental poller for big networks. Minor additions all over the code (performance, interface viewer, the alarm editor is back) and multiple bugfixes (Linux TC, windows CPU, fping, smsclient, db retry, and Satellite).
Release Notes: This release features the new Reachability Interface type for ICMP monitoring. Round Trip time and Packet Loss graphics are included. It's now possible to monitor a Linux HTB traffic controller with per-class and aggregation graphics. Many internal changes have been made, including configurable interface field tracking, new trigger rules (duration), and an ACK event filter.