Maintain a comprehensive inventory of your local area network by performing an SNMP scan! Total Network Inventory allows you to build an inventory of your entire network without the need for complex scanner setup. The SNMP network discovery tool will scan your network for devices and collect detailed information about every router, switch, network printer and other managed appliances in a single sweep. Our powerful network discovery suite can create a detailed summary of your LAN in a fully automatic mode.
SNMP scans are extremely handy when it comes to retrieving ink or toner data from network printers. Manually checking each and every office printer for toner status can be a time-consuming task. Instead of that you can simply scan network for printers. The SNMP scanning tool will automatically query connected printers for ink/toner level, allowing administrators to see when one or more printer supplies must be replenished. Total Network Inventory will generate a comprehensive report showing how much ink or toner is left in each connected printer, helping administrators order cartridges in advance and schedule maintenance.
Maintaining an up-to-date inventory of your network equipment is a must in every corporate LAN. Manually creating such databases can be extremely labor-intensive, while keeping them up to date would require frequent updates. The network device scanner in Total Network Inventory takes the hassle away by automating network scans. Utilizing the universal SNMP protocol, TNI features a high-performance scanner that allows to maintain a list of network appliances such as switches, routers, printers, VoIP boxes and set-top boxes. Our software will scan network devices that have SNMP enabled – simply click on a domain in the SNMP scanner or enter which IP ranges to scan.
The SNMP network management tool comes with comprehensive reports detailing your network structure and components. The collected information can be displayed on the dashboard or as a printable report that contains full information about hardware and software discovered on your LAN.
Total Network Inventory also contains a built-in MIB file package with the option of integrating more MIB files from a MIB resource of your choice. It allows you to easily decrypt many of the fields obtained while scanning devices. This makes viewing the SNMP inventory even easier. The SNMP tree will contain more information in the form of detailed hints for each field.
An SNMP discovery tool can provide you with essential information that can help you troubleshoot performance issues with various network equipment. Configuring the SNMP scan to be performed automatically allows you to maintain equipment in working condition and detect critical issues on time before they turn into a disaster. By analyzing these alerts and performing dynamic SNMP device discovery on a schedule, you will avoid undue expenditures and save your company’s budget.
We have significantly redesigned the mechanism and interface of the "Data Transfer" window based on your feedback to the support team.
TNI 6 introduces two main innovations: collection of hardware sensor statistics and transition to 64-bit architecture.