(PRWEB) August 28, 2008
ActiveXperts released ActiveSocket Network Communication Toolkit 4.1
ActiveXperts Software today released a new version of its ActiveSocket Network Communication Toolkit product.
The new SSH class allows secure network services over an insecure network, such as the Internet. SSH Secure Shell with its array of unmatched security features is an essential tool in today's network environment. It is a powerful guardian against the numerous security hazards that nowadays threaten network communications.
The new SnmpMibBrowser allows users to load a MIB database into memory and iterate over all objects and view all properties. Such database is hierarchical (tree-structured) and entries are addressed through object identifiers (OID's).
The enhanced SnmpObject now supports alpha-numeric objects identifiers. ActiveSocket automatically negotiates the version parameters with the remote SNMP agent and uses the right SNMP version protocol. The ActiveSocket Snmp object enables you to add Snmp v1 and Snmp v2c functionality to your program.
All .NET samples are now created in Visual Studio 2005, whereas samples in previous versions were created in Visual Studio 2002. The .NET target framework is 2.0.
For more information about the product, visit the following web site: http://www.activexperts.com/activsocket
The product can be downloaded from the http://www.activexperts.com/download site. This is a full functioning product; it expires after 30 days but can be (re)activated after purchasing the software.
ActiveXperts is a leading provider of network monitoring software, SMS/MMS solutions and network communication toolkits. Key products include ActiveXperts Network Monitor to monitor network servers and devices; SMS messaging Server to send/receive and process (bulk) SMS messages, SMS and Pager Toolkit to offer SMS and Pager functionality to Windows developers; MMS Toolkit to offer MMS functionality to Windows developers; ActiveSocket Network Communication SDK to offer IP based communication enhancements to Windows developers.