- Case Studies
You can find several utilities here. All utilities are freeware:
Windows utilities that monitor disk space and services.
Test SNMP connectivity to a device with this simple tool. The tool fetches the system description of the device (sysDescr) if SNMP is communicating correctly.
Determine with ease exactly how much free space exists on a drive or network share. This Windows NT command-line tool allows you to store output in tabular form for inclusion in a batch file. In this way you can easily gather information on a number of drives or network shares.
Create a custom length delay in batch files with this command-line tool.
Change the default “Ready” display on your HP LaserJet printer to display your company name, the printer’s name or the print queue with this utility.
Send an email message from a batch file with this utility.
Query HTTP pages from a command line, and return resulting latency in a format suitable for MRTG (Multi-Router Traffic Grapher).
Query SNMP System Description from network devices. Output can be onscreen or in logfile format for helping to document your network devices and OS versions.
Query ARP cache information from network devices. Output can be onscreen or in logfile format for helping to document your network devices.
Query any SNMP OID from a network device via the command line.
Need to backup your router’s running configuration? Each of these Windows NT/2000 command line utilities works on all 1600, 2500, 3600, 4000, and 7000 series Cisco routers, and IOS based switches. All three of these products are licensed freeware applications and may be distributed in unmodified form.
Save your router’s running configuration into its startup configuration in a snap with this utility. If you automate this with the Windows NT/2000 scheduler, you can make sure your router configurations are saved to NVRAM on a regular basis.
Use this utility to save your router’s running-config to a TFTP server. If you automate this with the Windows NT/2000 scheduler, you can get regular backups of your router configuration.
Use this utility to save your Cisco Catalyst (Kalpana) switch’s configuration to a TFTP server. If you automate this with the Windows NT/2000 scheduler, you can get regular backups of your switch configuration.