Use active scanning to discover and track subnets and associated address blocks, and view transient IP addresses to easily identify abandoned IP addresses and reclaim them.
Find an open IP address and make the DHCP reservation and DNS entries all at once from a single console.
Monitor IP address usage, receive alerts on subnet capacity issues and IP address conflicts, and quickly resolve issues that impact performance.
Automate the creation, modification, and deletion of IP records. Additionally, create new subnets in IPAM and create/update/remove DNS entries through the API.
Immediately locate network devices on your LAN and wireless network, and retrieve switch name, port, port description, VLAN, VRF data, vendor information, all from a single console.
Gain knowledge of port status and usage, response time, packet loss, CPU load, memory utilization and more.
Easily identify switches operating at near capacity and see where you can reclaim unused ports. With out-of-the-box reports you'll also receive current utilization metrics to help forecast capacity requirements.
Receive alerts when suspicious devices connect to your network. Create a device watch list by MAC address, IP address, or host name for both your wired and network devices.
Remotely shutdown a compromised network device port with point-and-click simplicity. Detect rogue devices and shutdown the port to mitigate security risks or prevent network problems.
The UDT dashboard integrates with other SolarWinds management products including Network Performance Monitor, IP Address Manager, Network Configuration Manager, and more.
Use “History Connections” and “All User Logins” to unveil the date and time users entered a network, through which specific node port, SSD, or access point, via what connection type.
Gather user details and reveal all endpoint logins, specifically endpoint name and most recent login time.
Take advantage of multi-vendor device support that’s compatible with many SNMP-managed switches and access points.
View port description, VLAN assignment, connected MACs, and port configuration.
Use the Endpoint Vendor pie chart with the numerical data key to understand what vendor equipment is connected to your network
Identify and shut down specific high-bandwidth devices (or endpoints) by combining the functionality of User Device Tracker with Netflow Traffic Analyzer.
Install, configure, and begin using User Device Tracker in about an hour.
Dual Processor 3GHz
Microsoft Server 2008 R2 SP1, 2012, 2012 R2
Supports Express, SQL Server, or Enterprise versions