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Description

NetworkView is a network visualization tool that aims to provide a simple interface for the complex function involved in the discovery and monitoring of multi-vendor IP networks.

With NetworkView you can get a quick overview of your network, whether it is a small office or a corporate network. Version 3 adds functionalities oriented to network management tasks.

NetworkView uses multiple methods such as ICMP, MDNS, SSDP, DNS, NetBIOS, SNMP MIB-2, Bridge MIB, LLDP and CPD to discover and monitor devices and generates graphical representation of your network. NetworkView generates views of both logical and physical network structure. Virtual structure representation is also displayed for wireless systems (Cisco, Aruba/Alcatel-Lucent and Fortinet).

NetworkView identifies hundreds of network infrastructure devices and shows graphical views with advanced capabilities including representation of switch stacks and device clusters, user devices to switches physical port connections and user wireless access points associations (Cisco, Aruba/Alcatel-Lucent, Fortinet and Aerohive).

What's New

Version 3.0.5

- Device services change alerts
- Unidentified devices can be reported to be included in future updates
- Improvements
- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

First few minutes with this app

Awesome.Bloke

I downloaded this expecting maybe more than it is supposed to be. It looks like nothing more than an application to diagram a network. I have already done that with OmniGraffle. My first thing is trying to diagram my network. The Monitoring Parameters diaglog comes up and asks for your SNMP string and after clicking done it wouldn’t disappear. I had to move this window to write this review because it’s still there. You can move the back window with the diagram out from behind it, but the only way I could make the Monitoring Parameters window go away was to close the application. I have tried it a few times and it never closes. Like the title says I have only spent a few minutes with this so your experience might be different.

I guess I was expecting more statistics and traffic information from this.

This is garbage

crcarpenter

This software is garbage. It’s inconsistent, non-intuitive, and does strange things after running it once. When I try to turn on monitoring the dialog comes up and I click “Accept” but it just keeps on asking me the same thing over and over again in an endless loop. I can’t add a device that is not in the list and it tells me that it already exists in the list. I doublecheck all the IP’s and it does not exist in the list. This software is FUBAR and does not work correct. Don’t buy this and make the same mistake I made. This kind of application will eventually give Apple a bad name if they continue to allow junk applications that don’t work as advertised.

Not worth the price

ddolnick

This app found and provided information on exactly two devices out of 18. It missed servers and managed switches on the ethernet, and multiple iOS devices on the WAN. Of those it found, which was less than half the total, it only provided information about two of them, defaulting to providing the IP address on the others. It didn’t recognize the type of device, the make, MAC address or other basic information. I got better info directly from the router. Very disappointing and I cannot recommend this app, especially not at almost $20.

Information

Seller
Luis Rueda Diez
Size
53.8 MB
Category
Utilities
Compatibility
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2017 ermitacode
Price
$19.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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