OpUtils is IP address and switch port management software that is geared towards helping engineers efficiently monitor, diagnose, and troubleshoot IT resources. OpUtils complements existing management tools by providing trouble shooting and real-time monitoring capabilities. It helps network engineers manage their switches and IP address space with ease. With a comprehensive set of over 20 tools, this switch port management tool helps with network monitoring tasks like detecting a rogue device intrusion, keeping an eye on bandwidth usage, monitoring availability of critical devices, backing up Cisco configuration files, and more.
Enable advanced IP scanning of IPv4 and IPv6 subnets in your network to identify the available and used IP addresses.
Scan all the switches in your network, map switch ports, run port scans and view details such as physical location, user, and more.
Keep track of your network's bandwidth usage and generate bandwidth utilization reports for different parameters.
Schedule backups of CISCO configuration files to upload or download, and compare different versions of the startup and running configuration files.
View a snapshot of a given management information base (MIB) and query Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) devices to produce a graph of SNMP IP nodes in the network.
Scans the subnet to get details on CISCO devices and collects details like device snapshot, IOS details, flash memory details, and more.
Scans Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) ports and SNMP-enabled devices, and retrieves IP address details, system details, and other details related to the MIB object identifier (OID).
Resolve, manage, and inspect your IP addresses, MAC addresses, and Domain Name System (DNS) names with address monitoring tools like DNS Resolver and MAC Address Resolver.
Now, you can get Oputils running in your local language. Oputils is available in the following 6 languages.
"OpUtils has provided us a detailed and intuitive interface to easily manage our IP space and switch ports. We can easily find any system on our network through their switch port mapper tool and also quickly identify possible security violations."