You can find the installation packages in your customer portal. This service release:
Further details and list of fixed issues can be found in the release notes.
Are you awaiting new features we've been working on for IPAM 4.2? then I have a great news for you. Our IPAM 4.2 Release Candidate 1 is here and it's literally packed with new functionality. Here comes a quick overview on what's new:
1) Automatic IPv4 subnet discovery.
2) Automated MAC -> HW Vendor translation
3) Improvements in DHCP and DNS management
4) IPAM is now fully IPv6 compatible
Can't wait to see that live on your environment? If you under IPAM active maintenance go to your customer portal and download RC version. It's fully supported and you can install that as an update on your production systems.
You can also help us answer two questions about IPAM and get direct download links from HERE.
I'm very excited to announce we have Release Candidate 1 of VNQM 4.2 with native support for Avaya call managers and gateways and call quality monitoring and troubleshooting. Here is the short list of features:
We are very interested to see this version up and running on your environment - production. And our Support or Engineering teams may help you if needed. For more information about how to get the download click here.
You may find AdminGuide in attachment of this post and start at page 64 which is related to Avaya installation.
Calling all SolarWinds customers heading to VMworld 2014! We are looking for 1-2 customers to present at a short event SolarWinds will be hosting at VMWorld the week of August 25th. It would involve an approximately 20 minute presentation to both a live and a live streamed audience on real customer case studies involving troubleshooting application performance problems across application and infrastructure stack layers (e.g., Application, Virtualization, Storage). The presentation would most likely be between 7 and 8:30 am on Wed. Aug 27 near the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Time & Logistics:
Compensation will be provided. Please comment below or message DanielleH if you would be interested in this opportunity!
Join me with a sigh of relief because the thwack Monthly Mission has returned! Hopefully everyone had a relaxing weekend, and for those of you in the U.S.A., hoping you enjoyed an extended weekend for our Independence Day. This month we're introducing SolarWinds' newest Free Tool, Response Time Viewer for Wireshark®. This Free Tool analyzes packet capture (PCAP) files to calculate application and network response times, data volume and transaction count, and identify and classify over 1200 applications. But before we get started, please make sure you've completed the thwack Monthly (Mini) Mission - June 2014. This information must be associated with your thwack profile in order to participate in July's mission. it should take you less than 5 minutes to complete and you'll earn up to 2,000 points for completing!
#DPIChallenge is the name of the game. Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, a new question will be released about deep packet inspection using the RTV tool for Wireshark®. Each week we're giving away $500 in Amazon gift cards to a few lucky winners. Follow the rules below to play and as mentioned, make sure you've completed the thwack Monthly (Mini) Mission - June 2014.
Draw 2 winners for Week 1 - $200 each
Draw the BONUS winner for Week 1 - $100
Draw 2 winners for Week 2 - $200 each
Draw the BONUS winner for Week 2 - $100
Draw 2 winners for Week 3 - $200 each
Draw the BONUS winner for Week 3 - $100
Draw 2 winners for Week 4 - $200 each
Draw the BONUS winner for Week 4 - $100
Kiwi Syslog v9.4.1 – HotFix1
This HotFix addresses the following error on Windows 2012 Systems:"Kiwi Syslog Service is unable to restart on Windows 2012 system. A System reboot is required to start the service".
You do not need to install this HotFix if you are not experiencing this issue.This fix requires SolarWinds Kiwi Syslog Server 9.4.1.
*for 64-bit "C:\Program Files (x86)\Syslogd"; for 32-bit "C:\Program Files\Syslogd"
o uninstall this HotFix: