SimpleSoft releases Version 1.0 of SimpleIoTSimulator

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SimpleSoft releases Version 1.0 of SimpleIoTSimulator

SimpleIoTSimulator is an easy to use, IoT Sensor/Device simulator that quickly creates test environments made up of thousands of sensors, all on just one computer. Supports HTTP/s, CoAP…(Product Information)

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SimpleAgentPro/SimpleAgentEnterprise Ver 18.0 Release Notes

SimpleAgentPro 18.0 now includes support for Netflow Version 8, a new SSH client learner utility, enhanced support for HTTP/REST POSTs and PUTs …(Release Notes)

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SimpleSoft releases Version 16.0 of SimpleTester

SimpleTester 16.0 is now available on 64bit Linux with enhanced Agent Cap handling and automatic processing of obsolete and optional MIB objects… (Release Notes)

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SimpleTester Overview

This short tutorial will give you an overview of SimpleSoft’s Automated SNMP Agent Tester which can complete weeks worth of manual testing in minutes.  

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SimpleAgentPro Comic Strip

Our Marketing Department has taken a shot at creating a comic strip to illustrate how you can save money by using SimpleSoft’s SimpleAgentPro simulator when creating test networks made up of thousands of devices. Hope you like it.

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SimpleSoft Company Overview Video

This short video will give you an overview of SimpleSoft and its products and show how SimpleSoft’s solutions help make the job of creating and managing today’s complex networks simpler.

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SimpleSoft Simulator Overview

This short video tutorial will give you an overview on SimpleSoft’s Network Management Simulators which can be used to simulate thousands of wired and wireless devices.  

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Information about NetFlow and its Simulation

Did you know that SimpleSoft’s simulators support NetFlow? SimpleAgentPro and SimpleAgentEnterprise can create netflow traffic from captured packets or manually created packets using a graphical editor. NetFlow is useful for companies who wish to monitor bandwidth usage. Here is a link to an article which about leveraging NetFlow to reduce bandwidth hogs at your company: […]

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