MIB Views is an entry-level SNMP management application providing an easy to use tabbed interface with several SNMP tools. The tools are based partly on those bundled in MIB Smithy, with a more consolidated GUI and new features. The suite includes MIB Browser (Tree View), SNMP Query, Table View, SNMP Walk, and Trap Watch tools, with more tools and plugin features in the works. MIB Views supports SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3, with MD5 and SHA authentication and encryption with DES or AES.
|Tags||Networking Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Windows Windows POSIX BSD FreeBSD Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: This release added support for saving agent configurations. Storage for user preferences was changed from INI file format or Windows Registry to XML, with more properties saved (such as SNMPv3 trap listener configuration). Support for specifying SNMPv3 auth/priv keys (localized or unlocalized) instead of passwords for session configuration was added. Numerous minor but annoying UI quirks were fixed. This release is available as a free upgrade for all licensed users.
Release Notes: GUI bugs were fixed and changes were made to make some tools easier to use. Support for adding MIBs directly from RFC text files was added and some MIB compiler messages were clarified. Minor changes were made for interoperability with some SNMPv3 agents.
Release Notes: Changes in MIB Smithy SDK 4.0 were incorporated into this release, including IPv6 support, a username-based licensing option, Linux x86_64 support, and many MIB validation improvements. The hex format used to specify non-printable OCTET STRING data via the GUI was changed to allow suppression of the conversion if a value looks like (but is not meant to be) interpreted as hex-encoded.
Release Notes: This release incorporates MIB and PIB validation fixes and improvements from MIB Smithy SDK 3.4.8.
Release Notes: This version is built with Tcl/Tk 8.4.19, which fixes a crash on startup with newer versions of Mac OS X. New icons were added for Unix platforms, and the Tree View's handling of lexicographic errors in agents was improved.