Singlestep Technologies Corp., a developer of enterprise software for networking and information management, says their Mac OS X compatible Device Management Applications are available for free (with some restrictions) by simply completing
an online survey
before Oct. 31.
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The apps were developed to give network managers more efficient management of their network devices, the company said. They purportedly improve the manageability of select Cisco routers and switch devices. The feature set includes the ability to: set the status, speed and duplex of one or more Ethernet interfaces; change settings on all interfaces with a single command; and monitor traffic across one or more interfaces
Users who complete the nine-question IT survey will also receive a 30-day free trial of VNOS, the Visual Network Operating System; it’s required to run the Device Management Applications. Free application downloads are limited to one per person. Each license allows for one clone, so that two devices can be monitored and managed from a single application download. The Device Management Applications support the Cisco Catalyst 2950 Series Switches and the Cisco 2600 Series Routers.