I am looking for a product like your Port Mapper, but I need one that supports AES 256 for SNMPv3.
Also, when I tested with AES 128, it could retrieve switch info (name, uptime, location, contact, serial number), but failed to retrieve port info and MAC addresses. This was for a Cisco 2960X. In the command line version, I get some switch info and then:
On switch1 reading interfaces On switch1 reading bridges Division by zeroI see the GUI version has a MAC address database with the IP/switch/date/time, which is cool, but I don't know if it uses a real database to store the info and can be updated by the command line version (for example by having it run on a schedule to keep scanning the switches and update the database). We could then use the export to HTML feature to update a webpage on a server so users can do lookups.
And finally, is the MAC address database info that is shown in the GUI stored in a file and can it be updated (instead of flushed) after each run? Hopefully we can get the same database updates from the command line version so we can schedule it to run at regular intervals. We would like to have a historical view of all the MAC addresses (and associated IPs, switch ports, etc) seen in our network with the first time seen and the last time seen fields. We need the database so we can integrate it with our cabling information (switch port to desk port mapping) to identify the last office location of a particular IP. We do this manually now and need to automate the process. Your tool seems to almost provide us what we need.