SNMPc 8 adds Internet Protocol Version 6 support
Saratoga, CA June 23, 2011
Castle Rock Computing announced the immediate availability of the SNMPc 8 network
management system with support for Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) addressing.
As the Internet has enjoyed explosive growth since its inception the availability
of new internet addresses in the IPv4 addressing scheme has now been completely exhausted.
Although existing ISPs still have preallocated blocks of addresses, support for growth
and new ISPs can only be satisfied with IPv6 addresses. The deployment of IPv6
addressing within corporate network architectures will therefore become more
widespread in the very near future.
Devices supporting IPv4, IPv6, or a mix of both addressing schemes, can now be fully
managed using SNMPc 8, ensuring a smooth transition for network administrators to
this new technology.
SNMPc is available through a global network of distributors, resellers, and OEMs.
Please see the How to Buy page at www.castlerock.com for purchasing options.
Read SNMPc 8 Datasheet
Read SNMPc 8 Getting Started Guide