OpUtils

네트워크 모니터링 종합 도구 세트

OpUtils는 네트워크 엔지니어가 IT 자원을 모니터링, 진단 & 트러블슈팅할 수 있도록 도와주는 종합적인 모니터링 도구입니다.
  • 연결된 모든 포트를 찾기 위한 스위치 포트 맵퍼
  • 네트워크에서 사용하는 IP를 추적하는 IP 주소 매니저
  • 권한이 없는 네트워크 접근을 탐지하는 Rogue 탐지
  • 라우터 / 스위치의 구성 파일 백업
 
성공 사례
"Oputils은 네트워크에 관련된 문제를 최종 사용자가 알아차리기 전에 모니터링하는 단일 인터페이스를 제공해 줍니다."
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Wake On LAN Tool

Boot Machines from Remote

wake-on-lan  

Wake on LAN tool remotely 'wakes-up' a machine (boots-up a machine) that is present in the network but not alive. For this tool to work, the machine should be configured to accept the Wake-on-LAN remote command. The Wake on LAN tool supports both manual and scheduled waking up of systems. It can be used to boot systems accross VLANs.

Wake On LAN Features

  • Supports both manual and scheduled wakeup
  • Automatic discovery of MAC Addresses of the systems in the network.
  • Create multiple groups of computers as different tasks and schedule them separately.
  • Ability to boot systems accross VLANs.
  • Provides summary of the various tasks along with the status of execution.
  • Detailed status of individual computers in different groups.

On Demand Wake-up

The Wake on LAN tool enables waking up machines on demand from remote. The tool can be used to wake-up either a single machine or multiple machines simultaneously. The administrator has an option to send the Wake on LAN packets to the specific system or broadcast the WOL packets in the whole subnets. The status and the last wake on time is updated the database.

Scheduled Wake-up

The Wake on LAN tool can be scheduled to run at a specified interval. The administrators can add all the systems to be woken-up and schedule the tool to run at a specified interval - Daily, Monthly, or Yearly. The Wake on LAN tool, at the specified time, sends the Wake on LAN packets to the systems to boot them up.

Group-Based Scheduling

The Wake on LAN tool allows administrators to create multiple groups containing different computers. These groups can be scheduled to run at different times. There is no restriction to the number of groups that can be created. The status of individual tasks will be provided as a summary. Status of individual computers will also be available in the task details view.

Wake on LAN Requirements

For the Wake on LAN to work, the machines should meet the following requirements:

  • An ATX motherboard with 3-pin Wake on LAN connector.
  • An ATX power supply meeting the ATX 2.01 specifications.
  • A network card (NIC) that supports Wake on LAN.
  • Wake on LAN should be enabled in the BIOS power Management.

For more details, refer to the Wake on LAN topic in the online help. Refer to Wake on LAN Knowledge Base for troubleshooting tips.


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