What is Network Configuration Manager?

ManageEngine Network Configuration Manager delivers powerful network configuration, change, and compliance management. It helps automate configuration backups so you can quickly roll back a bad configuration or provision a replacement device. It also tracks configuration changes, audits compliance, executes configuration commands, and handles backups, detects changes, generates reports, etc.

Moreover, it has a user-friendly interface, a customizable dashboard, and is available at an affordable price, which makes Network Configuration Manager a favorite for IT admins over other solutions in the market.

Configuration Backup

Back up your configuration files and instantly recover from network mishaps.

Compliance Audit

Stay compliant with PCI, HIPAA, Cisco IOS, SOX, and custom policies.

Configuration change management

Improve visibility with live updates on changes made to device configurations.

Configuration Automation

Automate repetitive network operations, and apply configurations to multiple devices at once.

Configuration reports

Generate holistic reports and maintain detailed documentation on every configuration task.


How Network Configuration Manager adds value to Firewall Analyzer.

Bulk configuration changes made to your firewall can be tedious and labor-intensive. Using Network Configuration can come in handy, since you can easily apply changes in bulk. On top of this, when an erroneous configuration change is made to your firewall, you can immediately revert the change by uploading a version stored in Network Configuration Manager's backup repository. 

Network Configuration Manager does not limit itself to managing just your firewall; it covers a wide range of network devices like switches, routers, etc. from various vendors.

Network configuration backup

Network Configuration Manager helps back up network configurations through automated, scheduled, and one-click backup methods. In the occurrence of a network device downtime, the backed-up configuration file can be uploaded to the device to bring it back to life, and network downtime can be reduced drastically.

Role-based access control

With Network Configuration Manager's role-based access control (RBAC), you can restrict user access to network configurations and resources. In RBAC, users are assigned roles depending on the resources they need access to. All other parts of the network are rendered inaccessible to them, ensuring no unauthorized accesses or changes are made to network resources.

Configuration change tracking

With Network Configuration Manager, track what and when changes were made to configurations, and get notified immediately via email. You can also audit who made the change, and discover errors in the configurations by comparing the changes with previous configurations using Diff-View.

Compliance auditing

Network Configuration Manager helps you comply with PCI DSS, HIPAA, Cisco IOS, and SOX compliance mandates, and helps you create custom policies. You can also generate reports for all rules, compliant rules, or violated rules, and enable the option to receive notifications after the compliance check when there is a policy violation.

Firmware vulnerability management

With Network Configuration Manager, you can now view all the vulnerabilities in your network devices and take action. Network Configuration Manager fetches vulnerability data from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and correlates it with the network devices present in your network environment. It also provides a suitable patch for vulnerability to enhance security.

Configuration change automation

By executing automated command scripts known as configlets, you can make changes in configurations, and push configurations across multiple network devices to save time and manual effort. On top of that, you can upload configurations to multiple network devices at once.

A single platter for comprehensive Network Security Device Management