- The Bandwidth monitoring tool, which measures the network traffic utilization/bandwidth usage both at the interface level and at the device level, has been brought back under inventory.
- The Bandwidth monitoring tool is enhanced with the capability of generating alerts based on the configured threshold violation and the same can be notified through email.
- Previously under OpUtils option, the SPM General settings could not be saved. This issue is fixed now.
- Previously under Inventory, the option to edit a switch in Switch Port Mapper was not working. This issue is fixed now.
- In Network Scanner page under settings, when deleting multiple IP Address(es) after selecting them, an error was thrown saying “Nothing is selected to delete”. This issue has been fixed and multiple IP address(es) can be batch deleted.
- Under ‘Short Summary’ page in Inventory, ‘Subnet Summary’,’IP Summary’,’Switch Summary’ title was displayed. This has been removed.
- The ‘Device Tye Summary’ widget in Dashboard has been renamed to ‘OS Type Summary’ as it represents the OS type installed in the device.
- Constraints have been added to check if the ‘Custom column’ name is numeric. An error message will be displayed stating “invalid Custom Name” in case the name is numeric.
- In the MAC Address Resolver page under settings tools tab, ‘IP to MAC’ and ‘MAC to IP’ were displayed in two different lines due to a minor UI alignment issue. This has now been fixed.
- In the Credentials page under SPM in settings, editing an existing credential redirected the page to Discovery’s Edit Credential page. This issue has been fixed.
- Under Basic settings, Database Maintenance option has been removed for OpUtils installation.
- In the Scope page for DHCP under Inventory, the ‘Scope State’ column in the table contains two values – ‘Enabled’ and ‘Disabled’. The ‘Disabled’ option will now be highlighted in red color.
- In the ‘OS Type Summary’ widget (Previously called ‘Device Type Summary’), the “%” symbol was not displayed in the value when hovering the mouse over it. This issue has beem fixed.
- The SNMP graph tool, which is used to gather real time data and generates a graph for any SNMP IP node, has been brought back under SNMP tools of OpUtils settings.
- The SNMP graph tool is enhanced with the capability of providing the MIB node information like OID, syntax, description and MIB node properties.
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