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Jan 17 2010   6:14AM GMT

SolarWinds is offering Free Networking Tools

Yasir Irfan Yasir Irfan Profile: Yasir Irfan

SolarWinds a leading Network Management Software company is offering Free Networking tools, especially the SolarWinds TFTP server is an award winning application. After acquiring Kiwi Syslog, SolarWinds improved its features. Just download the free Networking tools and relax.

Real-Time NetFlow Analyzer

This free desktop tool captures and analyzes NetFlow data so that you can:
• Quickly answer “why’s the network so slow?”
• Identify network top talkers
• Analyze traffic spikes and bandwidth consumption

VM Monitor

Get X-Ray Insight into Your ESX Servers
• Quickly check the health of your VMware ESX Server
• View detailed virtual machine health statistics
• Get visual alerts when performance degradation occurs

Exchange Monitor

Continuously monitor Microsoft® Exchange health, including:
• Exchange services
• Mail queues
• Host server health

Award-Winning TFTP Server

The most robust, widely trusted and easy-to-use TFTP server which enables you to:
• Concurrently upload and download images from multiple devices
• Upload and download configurations to devices
• Transfer files larger than 32MB

Kiwi Syslog Server

A powerful, flexible Syslog Server that’s easy to use:
• Receive and Manage Syslog messages from devices
• Log and Forward Syslog messages based on priority or time of day
• View Syslog messages in multiple windows simultaneously

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