Release Notes: This release adds ability to define complicated conditions using "condition" objects, RADIUS authentication, support for compressed MIB files, and support for DRBD device monitoring. The Event editor in the Windows Console was improved. A ENTITY-MIB was provided. The UPS Subagent was completely redesigned, stability and performance was improved, a UPS.OnlineStatus parameter was added, and a problem with occasional APC UPS disconnections was fixed.
Release Notes: Basic network maps were implemented. Non-standard (other than 4701) ports can now be used for client-server communications. Saved desktop configurations can be copied/moved between users, or deleted. SNMP walk functions were improved. A "User must change password on next login" function was implemented. UPS subagent: support for the BSMXCP protocol (used by Powerware, HP, and Compaq UPSes) was added. An Alarm Viewer crash was fixed. Solaris support was improved. Issues #28, #34, #52, #82, #83, #84, #85, #86, #87, and #88 were fixed.
Release Notes: The Web interface was rewritten from scratch. Graph support was significantly improved in the Windows management console. A OpenBSD subagent and a UPS monitoring subagent (currently APC only) were added. The ability to log all SNMP traps was added to the core server. Netscreen MIBs were added.
Release Notes: Built-in scripting language (nxsl) support was added. DCI transformations and auto-discovery filters were implemented using nxsl. The config editor for the Win32 console was improved. Various issues were fixed.
Release Notes: This hot-fix release fixed a problem with core-agent that caused it to start dropping connections under some circumstances on FreeBSD.
Release Notes: This release adds an agent proxy, a basic Web interface, object tools (fully implemented, including configuration), and sound/speech support in the Windows console/alarm viewer. "Windows authentication" ability has been added to Microsoft SQL driver. It ixes the server's SMTP sender, the generic SMS driver, and issues #57, #61, #63, #65, and #66.
Release Notes: This release fixes build problems with version 0.2.6: issues #53, #55, #59, #60, and some portability issues with 64-bit platforms. It adds an advanced status calculation mechanism, support for SQLite embedded database engine, and new MIBs: IEEE 802.11.
Release Notes: The release added a MIB compiler, the correct translation of SNMPv1 trap IDs to SNMPv2 trap IDs, the ability to build statically linked agents, an advanced DCI collecting schedule, a "Selecet DCI" function for templates, and an improved database checker. The core agent and ping subagent were ported to AIX, the signal handling routine was rewritten to be pthread-safe, and auto-loading of the platform subagent was implemented. The handling of large numbers of objects in NxCon was improved. New MIBs were added for BGP4, PowerNet (APC), PRINTER, Synoptics, and UPS. Various issues were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for CheckPoint SNMP agent (running on port 260), MIBs for Nokia IPSO, Agent.ActiveConnections parameter to core agent, and the ability to grab a group of SNMP OIDs and show them as a table (a router's process list, for example). Also fixes interface aliases detection under Linux, remote configuration update on agent, and issues #36, #39, #42, and #45.
Release Notes: This release fixes stability issues discovered in 0.2.3, adds the ability to edit the agent configuration file from the management console, and adds an "Agent.Restart" action in the core agent.