LANsurveyor is a powerful network management application that automates the discovery, topology mapping, documentation and reporting of critical network systems and components on your network in real time.
LANsurveyor automatically discovers your network, including desktops, servers, printers, switches and routers. LANsurveyor uses industry-standard identification and discovery methods (ping/ICMP, SNMP, SIP-based VoIP, NetBIOS and more) to scan IP address ranges and find nodes. Once network nodes are discovered, LANsurveyor compiles the information into a cohesive, easy-to-view network map with node icons and colored lines representing network connectivity speed.
LANsurveyor collects and stores information about your critical systems in a database, providing a source of topology and asset information. LANsurveyor automatically maintains this data, providing a constantly-accurate representation of the network for visibility and compliance requirements.
LANsurveyor enables network engineers to see exactly how devices in the network are connected. LANsurveyor can access managed switches and hubs to accurately diagram port connectivity for all network devices, resulting in a complete map that illustrates all nodes connected directly to a managed switch or hub with the port information displayed adjacent to the node.
LANsurveyor's Continuous Scan Intrusion Detection security feature monitors the network for changes and unknown systems - and optionally disables their network access. From a single computer, Continuous Scan detects intrusions and changes across the enterprise, working seamlessly on switched networks. When rogue systems are identified, Continuous Scan can disable their network access, or alert network engineers and/or third-party software applications that a change has been detected.
LANsurveyor is your total solution for network discovery, topology mapping, documentation and reporting. Free Evaluation download at www.solarwinds.com
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