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To see the network - Anasil version 3 released


The newest version of Anasil, the popular program for analyzing computer networks has just emerged. As part of the programís 3rd generation, A plus C Systems offers a much broader scope of functions, compared with the previous versions, as well as a user interface which has been completely reengineered. Anasil 3 is now capable of analyzing movement in dispersed multi-component networks, while the programís main module operates as a switch to a universal MMC console - Microsoft Management Console.
Anasil 3 - new functions: analysis of multi-component networks, network map, equipment inventory, remote management of computer resources.
In its new incarnation, Anasil ceased to be a mere tool for network analysis, or, otherwise, a sniffer. The program features three main modules, which, on one hand, allow the visualization of multi-component networks, while on the other, enable precise analysis of any piece of network movement. When a user exceeds certain established parameters, an appropriate alert shall be generated, thus allowing instant and appropriate intervention. Among several new features, it is worthwhile to mention functions related to the maintenance of a detailed inventory of network equipment as well as the possibility of complete remote control of each workstation and server.
Anasil 3 - the administratorís aid.
These innovations turned Anasil into a universal tool for monitoring and management of networks, not just locally, but on a much broader scale. An administrator responsible for a complex corporate network located in various places around the globe will now have the ability to diagnose its status and undertake necessary action from the central application level. Consequently, such a solution will significantly increase the operational efficiency of IT services, which will, above all, reduce the time required for intervention and ensure more precise diagnostics.
Anasilís first version appeared in 1997. Already at that time, despite its simplicity, the program was a very useful tool for the analysis of movement in single-component networks operating within Ethernet. With time, network technologies developed significantly, while the accessibility and popularity of advanced technical equipment (switches, routers, bridges) increased rapidly. Since its beginning, Anasil managed to keep up with this reality.
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