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MG-SOFT Net Inspector is a powerful fault management application with alarming subsystem that complies with the international alarm reporting recommendations (ITU X.733). The software lets you effectively monitor the status of network devices and manage alarms associated with devices in the supervised TCP/IP network.
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MG-SOFT Net Inspector is a powerful fault management application with alarming subsystem that complies with the international alarm reporting recommendations (ITU X.733). The software lets you effectively monitor the status of network devices and manage alarms associated with devices in the supervised TCP/IP network.

Net Inspector employs advanced network discovery methods and algorithms that let it automatically discover network devices supporting SNMP or ICMP Ping protocol and graphically depict the layer 2 (physical) and layer 3 (logical) topology of the discovered network.

Main Features

  • Completely re-written and re-designed application for fault management. The latest version of the software has been completely rewritten in order to meet its new design goals. Net Inspector is now a cutting edge fault management application with effective alarming subsystem that complies with international alarm reporting recommendations (ITU X.733). It provides unprecedented performance, reliability and scalability when compared to previous versions and runs on a much broader range of platforms (the server runs on various Windows and Linux platforms, while the client runs on any platform with Java RTE support). Due to its improved design, the software now lets you effectively monitor thousands of network devices at a time.
  • Net Inspector continually polls network devices via the SNMP and ICMP Ping protocols and triggers alarms when there is a problem (e.g., if a device stops responding, if SNMP variable crosses the threshold value, etc.). Besides actively polling devices, Net Inspector also receives SNMP Trap and Inform notifications, which are sent to it by managed devices when important events occur. The software translates and displays SNMP notifications as ITU X.733 alarms. Alarms are automatically cleared when the conditions that triggered them have been resolved. Network operators can acknowledge, comment on and manually clear alarms, as well as search for and filter alarms and events according to their preferences .
  • Displaying network topology. Net Inspector automatically discovers and displays the topology and nodes on the network. The physical topology view displays discovered devices by means of icons connected with lines that symbolize physical connections, while the logical topology is represented by means of layered maps that reveal how devices are logically arranged into networks and subnets on the IP level. Users can also manually add device icons and connections, as well as bitmaps, text and other graphical objects to maps.
  • Layer 2 and layer 3 network discovery. Net Inspector implements advanced network discovery methods and network topology calculation algorithms that let it automatically discover network devices and their interconnections and graphically represent the layer 2 (physical) and layer 3 (logical) topology of the discovered network. The discovery operations can be performed on a local subnet, on the user-specified address range or as the SNMP-based network scan that examines the routing tables and other network information provided by SNMP agents in order to discover all network subnets as well as devices within these subnets. The integrated scheduler can automatically run the network discovery operation in regular intervals in order to detect new network devices and changes in the network topology and adapt the Net Inspector configuration accordingly .
    User views as a means of access control and network management delegation. In addition to the standard user-based authentication mechanism and associated access rights, Net Inspector now lets you configure and assign different user views to users. A user view is a specific view of the network that can include either all managed objects in the supervised network (e.g., an administrator user view), any subgroup of those objects, or even individual services running on particular network devices (e.g., user views assigned to users with limited access rights). This principle facilitates the division of the supervised network into smaller units and enables efficient delegation of the network supervision activities to other staff members or even end-users (e.g., in case of ICT infrastructure and services providers) .
  • Displaying the device status and system performance. Net Inspector continually monitors and displays the status and system performance information for all devices providing this information through SNMP. This includes the basic system information, network interfaces status and statistics and, for systems supporting the HOST-RESOURCES-MIB, also CPU, memory, and disk utilization rates.
  • Receiving and mapping SNMP Trap and Inform notifications to alarms. Net Inspector Server receives standard SNMP Trap Inform notification messages sent by network devices and maps them to events and alarms, based on the ITU X.733 compliant trap-to-alarm mapping scheme. The software also lets you configure your own rules for mapping enterprise-specific SNMP notifications to alarms. All alarms are presented and logged uniformly, no matter if they are based on events detected by Net Inspector through polling managed devices, or reported by SNMP notifications sent by the managed devices.
  • New Java-based Client. Net Inspector Java Client has been developed from the scratch for this version of the software. It is a pure Java (TM) application that connects to remote Net Inspector Server and provides an intuitive graphical user interface which lets you view and manage alarms on managed objects, monitor the status of managed objects, and configure both parts of the application. The new Java Client runs on all operating systems with the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), version 5.0 (a.k.a. 1.5) or later.