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monitoring snmp - windows 7 application

Posted on 2013-02-05
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Hi,

Anyone know a windows software to monitor HP manage switches (snmp v1)? I'm looking for an application that can graph port bandwidth utilization with the least configuration.


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Kostasp -

Can this monitor per port of my hp-1910 48G? I'm looking to monitor the port utilization

http://h17007.www1.hp.com/us/en/products/network-management/HP_PCM_Plus_Network_Management_Software_Series/index.aspx#Software
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Yes you can
It is a managed switch and the software supports it
But if you are going to purchase it ask an HP sale representative so as to be sure
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