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Cisco Systems Unveils New Network Management Solution

Cisco Systems Inc. today announced the availability of CiscoWorks Windows 5.0. The new solution provides users with a set of tools for detection and resolution of network problems before they become critical. CiscoWorks Windows 5.0 includes Ipswitch Inc.'s WhatsUp Gold, which provides network-wide discovery, mapping, monitoring, and notification capabilities.

WhatsUp Gold also enables users to monitor all network hardware, workstations, servers, and printers from a single application. In addition, CiscoWorks Windows 5.0 includes a threshold manager for remote monitoring (RMON)-enabled Cisco devices; StackMaker, for combining multiple Cisco devices into a single stack and managing them in a single window; and displays router operational information without requiring Cisco IOS commands.

Contact Cisco Systems, (800) 553-NETS, www.cisco.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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