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Network Management Center

Network Management Center is a comprehensive network device management tool. After entering each network device, every detail can be tracked and monitored. Having this information accessible simplifies the process of troubleshooting a network.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  10 Aug 2006 12:36

    Release Notes: Some bugs found in the forms library for the network management center software were fixed.

    •  07 Jun 2006 06:11

      Release Notes: A few problems found in the database library file were fixed.

      •  26 Apr 2006 10:14

        Release Notes: A few minor bugs in the forms library for the network system were fixed.

        •  28 Mar 2006 11:03

          Release Notes: This release updated the admin menu to fix some report display problems.

          •  27 Feb 2006 12:42

            Release Notes: This release fixes some display problems from the CSS file that caused some badly aligned forms on some browsers.

            Recent comments

            24 Aug 2006 11:42 krazzyj

            Re: License needs clarification

            > yet I can't find the

            > original source or website for it...

            Well funny thing is you can download any of WT or WA's projects and nab the near original code. (oh so neatly cleaned of ownership) Then just search for a couple of comments that look original. I ran into several .ru forums with original copies of PHPbase by Dan Rusanu.


            16 May 2006 12:14 hm2k

            Re: License needs clarification
            Interesting, I found this place after searching for PHPbase and Dan Rusanu.

            I have found another script that appears to use these libs, yet I can't find the original source or website for it...

            I think its because the original site is down...

            So, try here:*/

            03 Apr 2006 12:54 jamsoft

            NMC Request / Help
            I've been using your Network Manamgent Cetner software

            for quite some time, and I must say that I love it. Fast,

            simple, and efficient! What more could you ask for, right?

            Well I do have a request/question:

            I would like to remove all users accounts therefore

            eliminating the need to log-in. In turn, I would also like the

            "Users", "My account", and "Logout" tab removed.

            Is this possible? Could you do this for me, and/or let me

            know how to do this myself?

            Any support would be greatly appreciated.

            05 Dec 2005 07:06 Tomlin

   -- can't log in
            your program seems to be just what I'm looking for. I installed it, for testing purposes, on a Linux box on my home network, and all seems well. However, when I installed it at my web host, I can't get past the initial "admin login screen" I entered admin and test but the same screen pops back up. If I look at the db with phpmyadmin I can see the "Site Admin" user IS admin and password IS test. Are there any permissions that must be set on specific directory/files?

            24 Oct 2005 14:10 krazzyj

            Re: License needs clarification
            Q: Is there any reason you removed the author's contact information from the mail.php and database.php files?


            info at web-tool dot org: No, I usually have a staff person go through and remove all extra non-critical comments, and lines to try to squeeze the file size down. That is probably all it was... I'll revisit it. Thanks.


            Since the library mail is not used in this program, why is it even here? That is if you are trying to reduce size, why only reduce the extra comments when they pertain to copyright? You should think into reducing the number of unused copyrighted libraries you distrobute with the seftware.

            BS comments were the way I found the original authors in the first place... evidently none had been removed as I did a text comparison to verify the copies... 99% exact... just a few comments missing... you know ones like who the author was and what his email is... oh and were to find more documentation.

            Don't get me wrong. The author has gone through some effort in putting the tools together... I just take offense at the extra things done... those that lack credit to the original authors of some really great looking code.


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