SimpleSoft Simulator Tutorial: Creating 10,000 devices

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SimpleSoft Simulator Tutorial: Creating 10,000 devices

This short tutorial will show you how to use SimpleAgentPro to quickly create 10,000 device simulation in just a few minutes.  

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SimpleSoft Simulator Tutorial: Learning from Real Devices

This short video tutorial will show you how to use SimpleAgentPro to record SNMP data from a real device and use it for simulation.  

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Supporting SSH version 1 in addition to
version 2

  One of our customers was using our SSH support and wanted to use an application that used SSH version 1. Since the modified opensshd uses /usr/local/etc/sshd_config for its configuration information, and it supports version 2 by default, it needed to be modified.   Edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config so that Protocol 2 becomes: Protocol 2,1 And enable […]

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Simulating anomalous agent behavior

  One of our customers had an interesting problem and wanted to model a device anomaly where the device agent responds correctly for most variables, but for some variables, the agent does not respond.   Using a modeling script that looks like the following helped him model this anomaly.   === %init_action set myIP [SA_getmyip] […]

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SimpleAgentPro/SimpleAgentEnterprise
Ver 17.5 Release Notes

  HTTP/s with REST/SOAP: Support is now included for an embedded HTTP/s server which will parse incoming http requests and look for information from a playback file or modeling file to respond to http requests. HTTPs support is currently available on Linux.   A Proxy Server is included that can record incoming requests that get […]

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Introduction to SNMP Video

This short video tutorial will quickly introduce you to the various concepts in SNMP and help you make informed decisions regarding your upcoming SNMP project.

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Netflow Traffic Variations

  One of our customers was using our Netflow module and had created flow caches with high, low and medium traffic that were sent out every 1 second. They wanted high traffic for 2 minutes, low traffic for 5 minutes, medium traffic for 1 minute and then to start all over again.   The current […]

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