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Re: "Failed to setup system event" error when starting emulation

7 months ago, by Andrew in Connection Emulator Forum

Fantastic, thank you for letting us know!

Re: How to move contents of one disk image to another

7 months ago, by Andrew in RAM Disk Forum

If those files are open in read-only mode, e.g. you have some applications open from the RAM disk, it will work. As the files do not change, file-level copy should work just fine even if they are in use. (Moving files that are in use is indeed an issue, but here we are talking about copying.) Otherwise, you would need to stop all your processes that keep open files before you can safely copy th

Re: How to move contents of one disk image to another

7 months ago, by Andrew in RAM Disk Forum

I recommend the following: Create a new 16 GB image file via Image - Create and mount it via Image - Mount in the main menu. Copy all files and folders from your currently mounted RAM disk into the image mounted in step 1. Unmount the image file that you have copied the data to (the new 16 GB image). Edit the RAM Disk's properties to use the new image file, but don't re-mount it. Instead, re

Re: 'Page Setup' issue in Usage Info

7 months ago, by Andrew in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Yes, it includes all the latest changes and fixes.

Re: Feature suggestion: "Sent to ignored IP addresses" option

7 months ago, by Andrew in Network Scanner Forum

Thinking about the best way to implement this. I suppose, most likely you would also want to remove the device from the results? In that case we could extend the Delete from List command like shown below. This way, you can choose between only removing a device, and removing it and ignoring it in future scans. What do you think?

Re: Feature suggestion: "Sent to ignored IP addresses" option

7 months ago, by Andrew in Network Scanner Forum

Sure, we'll add that into the new multiplatform code we're working on. There should be a beta-version of the Network Scanner within a week or two, and we'd love your help with testing it.

Re: Issues after updating macOS to Big Sur

7 months ago, by Andrew in Network Scanner Forum

Just an update for you guys. We have achieved a major milestone (it compiles ) in converting the Windows-only network scanner to a multiplatform application, but it's not yet ready for release. With a quality and well-tested product in mind, we will need another few weeks for testing everything thoroughly and producing a beta-version for both Windows and macOS. Stay tuned and happy holidays

Re: "Failed to setup system event" error when starting emulation

7 months ago, by Andrew in Connection Emulator Forum

We have a new build with updated drivers available for download on our pre-release page. Below you can see that build running on Windows 2016 Server in a VMWare VM. If the issue persists, please try using the Connection Emulator on a fresh installation of Windows, as advised above. This will ensure no leftovers from older versions are present.

Re: Finding OIDs for Cisco RVS4000 router

8 months ago, by Andrew in NetWorx Forum

I am not sure how this relates to our NetWorx product?... But generally speaking: sysOID should be in 1.3.6.1.2.1.1.2 (sysObjectID) Model name should be in 1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.13 (entPhysicalModelName) Hardware version should be in 1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.8 (entPhysicalHardwareRev)

Re: Scripting authentication

8 months ago, by Andrew in Network Scanner Forum

Yes, that can be done and we'll implement it soon. At moment the Network Scanner application is undergoing a redesign with the aim of supporting both Windows and macOS to a maximum possible extent. To avoid having to merge new changes from different codebases, we'll add the requested feature once the redesign is complete (in ~2-3 weeks),

Re: Scripting authentication

8 months ago, by Andrew in Network Scanner Forum

One way would be to store login settings in an external file, e.g. XML or plain text and read that file to access the credentials. Another way, we may add a function to access the Network Scanner's credential manager from scripts, though the problem is identifying which user and password to use. The list of credentials simply consists of username-password pairs, and I am not sure how to specify

Re: RAM disk disappeared after Windows 10 October update

8 months ago, by Andrew in RAM Disk Forum

Sorry, this is not something we can reproduce and we have never seen this behaviour in testing. It may be related to some third-party drivers or applications, but that's not something we can troubleshoot. I would recommend trying a different combination of RAM Disk settings, e.g. try a different file system or enable/disable the Hard Disk Drive emulation, to see if that makes any difference.

Re: New features: groups, profiles, get switch info, command line parameters

8 months ago, by Andrew in Switch Port Mapper Forum

It is indeed beyond the scope of the application itself. If security is a concern, I recommend creating an encrypted container and placing the portable version of the Port Mapper into it. This way the application itself and all its configuration data will be reliably encrypted. An encrypted container can be created with built-in Windows tools (VHD/VHDX with BitLocker) or an open-source tool lik

Re: Application languages

8 months ago, by Andrew in NetWorx Forum

The language files are compiled in. It is possible to load an external file for testing, but it will not persist between restarts. Regarding making a new translation: as multilingual applications are difficult to maintain, we don't accept any new translations at the moment.

Re: Application languages

8 months ago, by Andrew in NetWorx Forum

Some languages, such as Serbian, Macedonian, Lithuanian, Latvian, were removed in late 2017. This was because over time those translations ended up being unmaintained and incomplete, in addition to the fact that there were very few sales in those regions. Latvian language is present in the last free version (5.5.5) that is still available for download here. If you have a newer version of NetWor

Re: New features: groups, profiles, get switch info, command line parameters

8 months ago, by Andrew in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Sure, sounds like a good idea. Done both and the new builds are available here. SNMPv3 profiles support in every SNMPv3 input pane. A couple of buttons to copy switch settings to router settings and vice versa.

Re: Live Bandwidth Monitor

8 months ago, by Andrew in Bandwidth Manager Forum

That's a good point. We have just added a couple of splitters that you can use to resize either chart. The new build can be downloaded here.

Re: High RAM usage

8 months ago, by Andrew in NetGenius Forum

That could be the case if hundreds of connections are open at the same time, which is possible when running a Windows update. Once those connections are closed, the memory usage should drop to tens of MB, just as you described. I am glad the issue has resolved itself.

Re: New features: groups, profiles, get switch info, command line parameters

8 months ago, by Andrew in Switch Port Mapper Forum

We have just implemented multiple filters support as shown below. The new builds can be downloaded here. Regarding saving and repopulating IP settings and SNMP credentials, while it may be useful for your specific workflow, it's not something that can be easily done. First of all, groups are not stored anywhere as such. Essentially groups are just additional tags like 'Device A' in in 'G

Re: Live Bandwidth Monitor

8 months ago, by Andrew in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I am not quite sure what you mean by saying it should be more like the old versions. It is fully resizeable, and can be maximised too, as shown in the following screenshot:

Re: New features: groups, profiles, get switch info, command line parameters

8 months ago, by Andrew in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Thank you for your feedback. In order to sort the groups and switches alphabetically, simply click the heading in the device manager as shown below. They will be sorted alphabetically and this will also apply to the drop-down list in the main screen. Regarding multiple filters, sounds like a good idea. We'll do that shortly. Regarding the last item, I am afraid I don't quite understand.

Re: Speed meter not showing data

8 months ago, by Andrew in NetWorx Forum

There is probably an issue with the specific testing server closest to you. In the recent builds of NetWorx, we added a setting that lets you choose a different server in such cases. Please try downloading the new build and using a different server by clicking Change on the right side of the info pane.

Re: "Incorrect function" error on a PC

8 months ago, by Andrew in RAM Disk Forum

Have you tried a different file system (for both the RAM disk and the image file's storage drive)? It sounds like there is a third-party driver in your system that doesn't like something about the RAM Disk.

Re: Feature request: Create filter with right-click

8 months ago, by Andrew in Network Scanner Forum

In that case we'll be able to use it on macOS if it's installed. It's essentially just running a PowerShell executable, feeding it the script/command and reading the output. I wonder how complete that macOS PowerShell is. It's likely that Windows-only features like WMI are not available in the macOS version.

Re: "Failed to setup system event" error when starting emulation

8 months ago, by Andrew in Connection Emulator Forum

Sorry I don't have other ideas if you have tried all of the above. We encountered this error during development when there was an older driver in the main EXE - DLL interface - Network Driver chain, so it seems to be a mismatch between the DLL and driver versions. Would you be able to try setting up version 1.8 on a new VM with E1000E and freshly installed Windows Server 2016? Let me know if th

Re: FritzBox 6591 router monitoring

8 months ago, by Andrew in NetWorx Forum

NewByteSendRate and NewByteReceiveRate cannot be used to calculate the usage. For example, if we know that one second the rate was 10KB/s and the next second the rate was 15KB/s, we can't calculate how much data was transferred between these points in time. This would make all the usage reports unusable. Whereas if we use NewTotalBytesSent and NewTotalBytesReceived (provided the router responds

Re: Snagit Editor not showing up in the Usage Report

8 months ago, by Andrew in NetWorx Forum

Sorry I am not quite sure why it happened. Theoretically it could be that Snagit Editor uploads its data using the Background Intelligent Transfer Service, which is part of Windows. In that case, the per-application usage will be recorded against Host Process for Windows Services, rather than Snagit Editor itself. The reason for that is that NetWorx uses two different mechanisms for Netstat and re

Re: Column comparison: how to find and filter out differences between columns

9 months ago, by Andrew in Network Scanner Forum

Sure, that is possible. First, create a virtual column that extracts the part before the @ character in email addresses. Let's call it Email Login: Then, use the filter that highlights the rows where the columns do not match:

Re: How to turn interfaces on and off with a single SNMP command

9 months ago, by Andrew in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Quoter1993rWould be interesting to hear if after running a command the app could trigger another read for that particular interface to update the change that was made... The problem with this is that we don't really know what a specific external command does and what bits of information must be updated. I guess at some point we might implement simple built-in commands (like enable/disable por

Re: How to test RAM when there are issues with exFAT

9 months ago, by Andrew in RAM Disk Forum

First of all, please try the latest build of the RAM disk. We have fixed a couple of exFAT issues there. If that doesn't help, it is either a file system corruption, or memory corruption, or both. The Prime95 tool is pretty good at detecting faulty memory. Choose a Torture Test with Large FFT or Blend and let it run for a few hours.