This is an important release - especially if you rely on the history database (history.db3) for anything. There was a problem writing multirow mac address, IP address, hostname and interface manufacturer cells (ports with several devices attached to them, like other switches) to the history database. This has been corrected along with several other minor changes. I also move to address an issue with SQLITE_BUSY message handling, so if you are on a slow computer with a slow hard drive, it should work better for you.
You can download this release from http://www.SwitchPortMapper.com/ or from NetScanTools.com. We've also recently added an FTP link for those of you with a strange problem downloading using older versions of Internet Explorer. FTP seems to work, while HTTP on old IE sometimes results in a corrupted zip file. I have no idea why that's happening because the problem shows up for those people no matter which site they download from. Strange.
This release has been fully tested on Windows 8.1, 7 and XP. Other operating systems newer than XP should work fine.
Here is the list of detailed changes:
-Corrected problem saving multirow cells (ports with 2 or more attached mac addresses) to the history database. This affects MAC Address, IP Address, Hostname and Interface Manufacturer columns.
-Changes to SQLite interface to better handle the rare occurrence of SQLITE_BUSY messages.
-Improved retrieval of serial number, model number and software versions from Netgear switches.
-Added analysis of used/unused Gigabit Ethernet (type 117) ports on a switch.
-Added new table to history database saving the dot1dBasePortIfIndex for future use.
-Added checkboxes to control the visibility of the auth and priv passwords in the SNMPv3 settings window.
-Added warning to SNMPv3 settings window regarding AuthPriv mode when the database is unprotected.
-Improved SNMPManager utility to better check versions of libeay32.dll.
-Updated SQLite to version 3.8.2
-Updated MAC address/Manufacturer database.