Netdisco is a Web-based network management tool. Users can locate the switch port of an end-user system by IP or MAC address. Data is stored using a SQL database. Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) optionally provides automatic discovery of the network topology. The network is inventoried by both device model and operating system (like IOS). It uses router ARP tables and L2 switch MAC forwarding tables to locate nodes on physical ports and track them by their IP addresses. For each node, a time stamped history of the ports it has visited and the IP addresses it has used is maintained. It gets all its data, including CDP topology information, with SNMP polls and DNS queries. Security features include a wire-side Wireless Access Point (AP) locator.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content Networking Monitoring Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X POSIX BSD Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: This is a major release with many enhancements, including Apache2 support, per-port VLAN control on some devices, wireless network SSID inventory, significantly-expanded device support with support of SNMP::Info, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version is a major release with many enhancements, including Apache2 support, per-port VLAN control on some devices, wireless network SSID inventory, significantly expanded device support with the support of SNMP::Info, and many bugfixes. This is a release candidate: nothing is expected to change before the final release, but users should install to check the documentation and for unexpected bugs or feature interactions.
Release Notes: This version of Netdisco sports support for IP phones as well as VLANs and VTP-Domains. Many major and minor bugfixes have been made as well. New device support includes Cisco, XyXEL and Foundry vendors.
Release Notes: Fixes for minor bugs in the Administration Panel and the logon process, an updated INSTALL document, and graphing updates to look better on GraphViz 0.9.
Release Notes: This release features a clickable network topology map, layer 2 traceroutes, administrative shutdown of switch ports from the Web, security checks, the ability to search for the switch port that a certain MAC or IP address lives at, wired-side wireless access point searches, automatic device inventory by device type or OS version, a history of the switch ports a certain MAC address has lived at, and full support for non-CDP devices. Aironet, Asante, Bay, Cisco, Foundry, and HP devices are currently supported.