This set of OpUtils Frequently Asked Questions tries to answer your queries. Kindly mail us if you have any questions that remain unanswered. Refer to Knowledge Base for basic troubleshooting questions.
Please refer our OpUtils system requirements page to better understand the requirements.
Yes , Oputils does support 64-bit operating systems.
Yes. You can install OpUtils in one machine and access the tools from any web browser.
Free edition: The free edition of the OpUtils contains the 11 tools of the total 30 tools of the product. At any point of time users can upgrade to the Standard/Professional edition of the product.
Professional edition: The Professional edition of the OpUtils product includes all the 30 tools of the product.
For details of the tools in Free, and Professional editions, refer to the Tools Matrix.
Yes, OpUtils is also available as a plug-in to ManageEngine OpManager. You will be able to use IPAM and Switch Port Mapper in integrated mode.
ManageEngine OpUtils uses SNMP, CLI, ICMP, ARP and reverse lookup protocols such as DNS.
Refer the Help document for Installing SNMP:
Help -> Getting Started -> Installing SNMP
You can monitor any device using SNMP tools from ManageEngine OpUtils. You can use the Custom Tools to create user-specific tools to monitor any specific SNMP - enabled device in your network.
Yes, You can manage both IPv4 and IPv6 Addresses using OpUtils.
You can add and monitor scopes. leased IP's of Microsoft DHCP Servers with OpUtils IPAM. However, you cannot assign IP's to devices from IPAM.
OpUtils support managing the following DHCP Servers:
The Switch Port Mapper tool is tested to support switches of the following vendors:
OpUtils uses SNMP to fetch the port information from the switches. If your switch supports Bridge MIB, you can use OpUtils to map its ports to devices.
Routers specified in the Switch Port Mapper tool are used to resolve the IP Addresses of the connected devices. You can add all your routers in the Settings --> OpUtils --> Routers --> Add Device and schedule scanning. This will collect the MAC-IP data and updates the database. This data will be used by the Switch Port Mapper tool to resolve the IP Addresses of the connected devices.
OpUtils is licensed based on the following:
The base version can manage up to 250 switch ports in Switch Port mapper and 250 IP Addresses in the IP Address Manager tools. Additional Switch ports/IP Addresses has to be licensed separately. This is applicable only in the Professional Edition as the Standard Edition do not include Switch Port Mapper and IP Address Manager tools.
Under Inventory of the OpUtils Web console, Click the 'Used' section (red colour) in the pie chart of IP address and ports option. You will find the details of the ports and IP addresses that are in Used state. If you have not added all your subnets and switches, add and scan them once before you pick the data from here.
Yes, you can upgrade the number of Switch Ports and IP Addresses anytime by purchasing additional licenses.
AMS refers to Annual Maintenance and Support contract, which entitles you to get technical support and products updates/upgrades free of cost. When you purchase OpUtils, the AMS is included, by default, for the first year. Subsequently, you are required to renew your AMS contract every year. AMS is usually charged at 20% of the product cost.
You will be notified about your AMS expiry on the user interface and will also be contacted by our sales team via email. Upon renewing your AMS, you will receive an XML file, which you will have to apply in OpUtils using the License link available in the top-right of the client.
You can also verify the details of your current license and AMS details by clicking the About link from top-right. If you have renewed your AMS contract and if you do not find your AMS details here, you would probably have not applied the license here or you have received your AMS in PDF format instead of XML. Check with the sales team to get this clarified.