Published by Zoho Corporation on 30 Jan 2015
"Simulate SNMP,TL1, TFTP,Telnet,Cisco IOS networks."WebNMS Simulation Tool comprises easy-to-use, GUI-based agent simulator and network simulator for testing, training and demonstration of network management applications. The network simulator enables network simulation of 100,000+ SNMP (v1, v2c, v3), TL1, TFTP, FTP, Telnet and Cisco IOS devices, on a single PC. It also provides the Topology Editor to establish inter-connections across routers, switches and other network devices and visualize the topological relationship between the devices.
Simulation Toolkit provides Network Recorder and Trap Recorder to record and replay real SNMP networks and traps and create simulations of actual devices of your network. Devices can be configured at run-time, both on individual and collective basis.
The tool allows bulk addition of devices with unique IPv4 or IPv6 address and port , bulK modification of device properties like IPv4 or IPv6 address, port number and MIB values, advanced modeling of agent/network behavior and trap generation, customization of SNMP request/response PDUs.
The agent/network management through RMI provides solution for automated testing.
Ability to simulate 100,000+ agents simultaneously for scalability testing, trap simulation for fault management testing, configuration of device values and simulation types for performance testing, behavior simulation for testing realistic/negative test scenarios across network devices, start/stop of network at runtime, automated network simulation and easy-to-use GUI enables full-fledged simulation of large networks.
Requirements: Pentium 2.0 GHz and above, 1 GB RAM
What's new in this version: IPv6 support, Superior SNMP & Cisco performance, Some more WalkFile formats support
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