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Feel free to download any software from this page.  I am the author of this software.  It will be coded in Assembler Language, C, C++ or Java.  Some of this software will run in an z/OS operating system environment, on IBM zSeries Mainframe class machines.  Other software will run under Microsoft Windows 9x, NT, 2000, XP or UNIX.  I will continue to add more offerings as time permits.


SNMPLog Version 2.0 for Windows
(Click here for UNIX/Linux version)

News: Updated build 2.0.0.9 with enhancements, September 28th, 2002

This is a utility program for the Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Router models BEFSR11, BEFSRU31, BEFSR41 and BEFSX31.  It displays the SNMP messages broadcast by the router and will record these messages in daily log files.  InstallShield performs the installation and un-installation.

If you have a Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Router model BEFSR11, BEFSRU31, BEFSR41 or BEFSX41, you can use this software.  A help file is included that will guide you through the operation and configuration of SNMPLog Version 2.0 and also help you set up your router to broadcast SNMP Trap messages.

You can register your copy of SNMPLog for Windows to receive automatic emails regarding SNMPLog updates and new releases.  Click here to if your browser supports Javascript and you have "per session" cookies enabled.

If your browser doesn't support Javascript you can still register by sending an email to SNMPLogUser@marcsweb.com  with your name and any other information you wish to include.  (Geez, get a new browser - they're still free you know...but stay away from Netscape 6.0 unless you want your workstation to crash frequently and performance to crawl for no apparent reason!)

SNMPLog Version 2.0 for Windows 9x, NT, 2000 and XP
Download full package
   
File date:   Saturday, 05-Jun-2004 16:34:46 EDT
File size:   1,814,440 bytes
Download help file only
   
File date:   Saturday, 05-Jun-2004 16:34:39 EDT
File size:   698,329 bytes
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SNMPLog Version 1.2.5 Beta for UNIX and Linux
(Click here for Windows version)

SNMPLog for UNIX and Linux runs as a UNIX daemon.  An X interface for the "snmplogd" daemon is included.

The "snmplogd" daemon has been tested under Linux, AIX and Sun Solaris thus far.

News: Updated 1.2.5 release with enhancements, September 6th, 2002

You can register your copy of SNMPLog for UNIX/Linux to receive automatic emails regarding SNMPLog updates and new releases.  Click here to if your browser supports Javascript and you have "per session" cookies enabled.

After you've downloaded the snmplog-1.2.5-Beta.tar.gz "tarball" you can extract it as follows:

gunzip -c snmplog-1.2.5-Beta.tar.gz | tar -xvf -

(note the trailing hyphen)

This will extract the files in the archive into a directory named "snmplog-1.2.5-Beta". For installation instructions, view the README file included in the distribution.  The X interface, "xsnmplog" is in its own directory, that contains a separate README file.

 

SNMPLog Version 1.2.5 Beta for UNIX and Linux
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File date:   Saturday, 05-Jun-2004 16:35:30 EDT
File size:   52,444 bytes
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New! Random password generator (randompw Version 1.2.0) for UNIX, Linux and Windows

There are all sorts of password generator programs available, but most of them do much more than I needed.  I wanted one that I could simply use in a USER ADD type of script to generate a password randomly for a newlly created User-ID.

My randompw is a command line program that can pipe the generated password into a useradd script.  It has a few run-time options to generate alphabetic-only, uppercase-only, lowercase-only, force numbers into the password, set the length of the generated password, include symbol characters in the generated password and sequence check to prevent sequential characters in the generated password.  It also has a parameter to generate between 1 and 32,767 passwords in a single pass (Good for FOR loops in a script).

The UNIX/Linux version is uncompiled and includes a make file to build and install it.  It also will install a MAN page if desired.

Both versions contain a README file that includes complete, but brief directions on use and installation.

To build and install the UNIX/Linux version after downloading it you can issue the following commands:

gunzip -c randompw-1.2.0.tar.gz | tar -xvf -

(note the trailing hyphen)

This will extract the contents of the "tarball" into a directory named randompw-1.2.0.  Read the README file that you will find in the directory and follow the instructions for building and installing randompw.

The Windows version is already compiled and I recommend that you place it into a private directory that you have created.  You can simply run it from there by opening a Windows command window and typing randompw at the command prompt.

Since randompw is a non-graphical, command line program, you can not run it from the Windows Start menu Run... menu item.

Both the Windows and the UNIX/Linux version contain the complete source code and make files.  If you wish to recompile and link randompw for windows, the included make file will work with any up-to-date make utility such as nmake.

 

randompw Version 1.2.0 for UNIX/Linux and Windows
Download UNIX/Linux Version
   
File date:   Saturday, 29-Jan-2005 14:06:37 EST
File size:   10,500 bytes
Download Windows Version
   
File date:   Saturday, 29-Jan-2005 14:54:31 EST
File size:   38,044 bytes
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