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Intermapper vs NetBrain vs some other for NMS
- Subject: Intermapper vs NetBrain vs some other for NMS
- From: jason at lixfeld.ca (Jason Lixfeld)
- Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2013 11:55:58 -0500
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I'd also be very interested in what's out there. I have similar grievances with InterMapper, but at this point, it sucks far less than anything else I've tried.
I just poked around NetBrain's site and am immediately deterred by it's reliance on a Windows backend, so that's out for me. I did use OpenNMS for a while before switching to InterMapper, but ONMS's discovery/mapping was very broken at the time, it was a PITA to set up and manage and I don't know if it's gotten much getter in the last couple of years since.
I've tried things like ManageEngine, but it's far too bloated and complex for what I need.
On 2013-03-08, at 11:38 AM, Ben Bartsch <uwcableguy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all:
> I'm looking for information anyone might have comparing Intermapper to
> NetBrain for NMS. Stuff like devices up/down, interface utilization,
> building maps for documentation, etc. IMO, Intermapper works great, when
> it works. Tech support has been slow and often cannot fix the problems,
> not to mention they release updates about once every other week.
> Anyone familiar with any similar products? We are presently evaluating
> NetBrain and it seems really nice. We really like the Visio-like aspect of