Product Id: 22916726
Description: SolarWinds User Device Tracker - License + 1 Year Maintenance - up to 10000 ports - Win
Mfr Part #: 6303
SolarWinds User Device Tracker (UDT) makes it easy to instantly find a computer and retrieve the switch name, port, port description, VLAN and more. Simply search on an IP address, hostname, or MAC address and SolarWinds User Device Tracker will quickly find the current location of your device. And if the device is not currently connected to the network, historical data will show the last known location. You can even set up an alert that will notify you when the device connects - so you can be there waiting. It's like having your own network-sniffing bloodhound!
SolarWinds User Device Tracker delivers the device-tracking capabilities of an expensive switch port-tracking appliance at a price point that won't have your CFO sniffing around where you don't want him to be. That's right, there's no reason for an expensive appliance when you can use SolarWinds User Device Tracker to quickly find devices, create a device watch list, and even track switch capacity.
- Search on IP address, hostname, or MAC address to trace the current location of a device
- Find available network ports
- Respond to network threats and events at lightning-speed
- Watch for a specific MAC address or hostname to be connected
- Find out where a device has been on the network in the past
- Discover the last known location of an unconnected device
- Discover switches operating near full capacity
- Display switch capacities to justify purchase of new equipment
- View individual ports per switch, reclaiming unused ports
- Tracking devices
Do problem devices have you playing a game of hide and seek? Are you fed up with crawling around on your hands and knees and tracing cables? SolarWinds User Device Tracker (UDT) makes tracking devices easy. And if the device is no longer connected, no problem! User Device Tracker even shows historical results, so tracking devices at past locations is a breeze!
- Switch monitor
The switch monitor in SolarWinds User Device Tracker (UDT) makes it easy to keep a close eye on the status of your switches with the click of a mouse. Simply arrange your devices in a handy tree view organized by vendor, location, status and many other parameters. Then click on a switch in your tree, and see every port in the switch. A simple green light lets you know a port is in use, and if you hover your mouse over the port, the switch monitor will give you the port status, VLAN, number of connected devices and more!
- Device watch list
Are you on the hunt for a lost or suspicious device? Add its IP address, hostname, or MAC address to a device watch list. During network scans, SolarWinds User Device Tracker will be on the look-out for the little troublemaker and will alert you the next time it is seen on the network.
- Switch port monitoring
Where are your devices? How are they doing? Using the switch port monitoring features in SolarWinds User Device Tracker, you can quickly identify equipment that is working at or near maximum capacity. Need switch port monitoring for satellite offices? Not a problem. The switch location doesn't make a difference - everything is administered from a single pane of glass.
- Network discovery
Maintaining a real-time list of network devices is no small task when you are managing a dynamically-changing network. It's hard to keep track of the rapidly multiplying numbers of network devices. That's why the network discovery features in SolarWinds User Device Tracker have been designed to automatically discover new devices that are added on your network. Automated network discovery saves valuable time by eliminating manual database entries and makes deploying User Device Tracker faster and easier than you ever imagined.
- Port tracking
SolarWinds User Device Tracker delivers the critical port tracking information you need to keep your network humming. Simply click on a switch port to view configuration details and historical data pertaining to the port. Details include the port name, number, VLAN, and duplex along with a complete history of devices that have been attached to the port.