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Castle Rock eases network management

Castle Rock Computing has unveiled the latest version of SNMPc 6.0, which is designed to help Management Service Providers (MSP) better manage multiple customer networks with overlapping private IP address.

Castle Rock Computing has unveiled the latest version of its network management system for Windows, SNMPc 6.0. Designed to help Management Service Providers (MSP) better manage multiple customer networks with overlapping private IP address ranges from a single server, the software also helps reduce both costs and network complexity.

“The distributed polling technology of SNMPc Enterprise 6.0 allows an MSP to use one server to manage multiple customer networks even if those customers are using the same IP address ranges,” explains John Maytum, vice president of sales, Castle Rock Computing.

“Customers are provided with a secure login to view their own network status and trend reports. By managing multiple customers from a single server an MSP can realise considerable cost savings and reduce network complexity,” he adds.

The SNMPc 6.0 will begin shipping today and a single user version for small-to-medium networks is available for a U.S. list price of $995. SNMPc Enterprise is also available today and the distributed multi user management system costs US$2950.

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