No preferences tab?
This software seems to do what it purports to do, but there's no preferences menu at all, and I'm unable to change what appears to be a very short default timeout value. Walking remote hosts results in frequent timeouts with no retry attemtps.
Does not read custom MIBs
Can I get my money back? This does not read custom MIBS even though the option is in the application. Wasted $5.
Does not open MIB files on disk
You would think something named "MIB Browser" could browse a MIB file loaded from disk.Apparently it doesn't do that (or if it does, it has a convoluted way to do so since there's no File > Open... menu item).Therefore it doesn't do what I need. Wasted purchase. The description should explicitly say it doesn't load files.
Fine on smaller devices. Not useful on e.g. a Cisco 7000
I'm really not sure what market this app is targeted for. If it's intended audience is home users, then it runs into the problem that many home devices don't support SNMP.If, on the other hand, it's intended for the enterprise, then the developer really needs to add at least the ability to query a filtered subset of interfaces, and/or specific OIDs (rather than filter them after the fact, which they do support)A Cisco 7000 with one 48 port module, to which is attached, say, 12 FEX, results in 625 interfaces and over 46000 OID.It takes about 7 minutes to query these. But, once queried, there's no way to query individual OIDs (say, by right-clicking on one and selecting "Query" from a contextual menu).I was able to get the app to beach-ball by:1. Query Cisco 7000 as per above, and let the query complete (7-10 minutes)2. Search for, say "Ethernet3/1" and select one of the resulting responses.3. Click "Fetch" again which restarts the query for all OIDs again.4. Double-click on the selected response from step 2.So, again, for home or SMB use, when querying devices with under, say, 20 interfaces, you'll be fine. But, even then, you'll be frustrated that you cannot query individual OIDs, or subsets of OIDs.For enterprise, forget it. At least with the current iteration.All that being said, it's encouraging that we're starting to see real network management tools in the App Store. Here's hoping this app is improved upon. And, for $4.99, it's pretty decent.
Can't seem to add custom MIBs
It looks like it has a built-in MIB list that it walks, but I can't seem to add a custom MIB.