Cisco tools offer an easy way of monitoring your Cisco Routers, Switches, etc., effectively through SNMP. These tools help troubleshoot Cisco devices quickly and effectively. Cisco utilities offer a wide range of monitoring information you require about the router such as the name, description, flash memory of a router, the chassis details of a router, the static and dynamic routes of a Cisco router and more.
Tools available in this category are:
Config File Manager – This tool downloads/uploads the StartUp and/or the Running config files from or to the Cisco device. It also to take scheduled
backup of the config files and compare any two files to view the colored difference between them. The tool uses TFTP to download the files.
TFTP Server - OpUtils uses the TFTP Server to retrieve the Config Files from the Cisco Devices. The config files are retrieved and are stored in the file system under the TFTP Root directory. This tool can be used to view the contents of the TFTP Root directory. It also has options to change the TFTP Root directory and to edit and upload the Config Files back to the devices.
Device Scan – This tool scans the subnets or a range of IP Addresses and provides the information about the Cisco devices that are discovered in the scanned range.The details include, the Chassis ID, ROM version, IOS version, among other details.
Device Explorer - This tool provides complete details about the device like device snapshot, chassis details, flash memory details, IOS details, static and dynamic IP routes, interface details, device monitor for cpu and memory utilization, and the access lists of the device.