SNMP Switch Settings Viewer
Gather valuable info from almost any switch using SNMP.
- Scan your network subnet to match MAC Table with IPs and Hostnames
- See how many devices are connected to each port.
- This can help you identify when someone may be using an unmanaged switch in their office and connecting multiple devices.
- Highlight port status changes since last scan to figure out if a port has been connected or disconnected.
- Firmware (HP/Cisco)
- CPU Usage
- Memory Usage
- Device counts connected to port
- Connected Device Count
- Tagged VLANs
- Untagged VLANs (or with DELL, the PVID)
- Trunk details
- LLDP MAC (Experimental - Tested with Procurve)
- LLDP Name (Experimental - Tested with Procurve)
- LLDP IP (Experimental - Tested with Procurve)
- STP Cost of port
- STP State
- MAC Address Table
- Hostname (With network scan option)
- MAC Vendor (Requires internet)
- VLAN ID
- VLAN Name
- Port Name
- Port RX
- Port TX
- Port Total
- Refresh button calculates difference since last update and adds to new column
Why would I need this tool?
Documenting your switch settings. You can copy all the fields directly to Excel.
- Searching your switch MAC table.
- Getting the hostnames of the computers connected to your switch.
- Seeing how many devices are connected to each port. This can help you track down unmanaged switches.
Portable tool - no install required.Full version Only Available to Members
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Note : Switch SNMP details may vary across manufacturers.
When starting to use the application on your network, please verify the details in this application with your switch interface to ensure everything is correct. This application has been tested with HP Procurve, Cisco and some Dell switches and works pretty well. I use it on HP switches regularly.
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