enetman provides a network asset management Web application written in PHP with a MySQL backend.
enetman is a network asset management Web application written in PHP with a MySQL backend. Its intended use is to maintain a structured list of servers that can be cross referenced by location, manufacturer, vendor, CPU, and OS. It allows for a user to create and maintain locations, manufacturers, and vendors along with contact names and phone numbers to each.
It contains a device log that tracks issues that servers have had, a list of network ports on the server along with IP information (IP, subnet, gateway, DNS, network card make/model and MAC) for each port (this includes aliased ports), and a software manager that keeps tabs on expiration dates of software.
It enables the user to create a directory tree with files that can then be attached to locations, vendors, manufacturers, software, or servers.
It maintains a list of all software installed on a server and how many licenses are allocated to it.
A Perl script run from cron emails users when a license is about to expire.
What's New in This Release:
· This release fixes secunia alert SA26656.
· It adds validation for page variables.