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SoftPerfect Switch Port Mapper 2.0.8

By SoftPerfect  (Commercial Demo)
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SoftPerfect Switch Port Mapper is a network switch management console utility that relays data regarding what hardware is connected to switch ports and which ports are not connected.

The port mapper lists the MAC address, IP address and host names of the computers associated for every connected port.

Key Features include:

  • Displays what is connected to every switch port in a simple table format.
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  • Pulls ARP table from a router to display IP information of connected clients.
  • Scans the current subnet for MAC-to-IP address mappings if there is no router.
  • Supports two editions: a GUI application and a console app for use in scripts.
  • Allows direct launch of other apps and tools for convenience and easy management.
  • Fully supports SNMPv1, SNMPv2c and SNMPv3, including bulk operation.
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Additionally, the app is able to display the client’s network card vendor, port speed, and the counters of discarded and erroneous frames for every port. This is particularly useful when troubleshooting network connectivity issues.

Overall, SoftPerfect Switch Port Mapper is handy utility to have in your network management kit. It is lightweight, easy to use and can provide comprehensive information regarding all connected ports.

Title: SoftPerfect Switch Port Mapper 2.0.8
Filename: portmapper_setup.exe
File size: 4.18MB (4,386,048 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Commercial Demo
Date added: January 18, 2018
Author: SoftPerfect
www.softperfect.com
MD5 Checksum: 421568CE60D758DE6621E503FF6FC489

Adding device location from sysLocation to generated entry names during discovery.
Added resending SNMP requests and improved operation in networks with packet loss.
Improved operation cancellation by checking for it during obtaining SNMP tables.
Improved running requests against multiple devices by doing so in parallel.
Fixed 'Argument out of range' error that popped up on sorted data.

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