Introducing the all NEW
Bluetooth & Wi-Fi Connectivity to App
Network automation using SSH in your pocket
Auto configure untagged ports
Auto configure tagged VLANs ports
Custom IF/THEN templates
PCAP Capture and review
Auto queue ports for configuration
Configure untagged VLAN id
Create a queue of ports you plug your netool.io Pro into and map it to a VLAN id that you set and auto configure the port later. Requires LLDP or CDP to be enabled on the switch.
Use manual queue on the main menu to queue a port for untagged configuration when you want.
Review what changed with saved logs within the history menu.
No need to know the switch CLI syntax to configure untagged ports.
Configure Tagged VLANs
Harness the power of the queue by gathering a list of ethernet ports to auto-configure with tagged VLAN ids. Great for Access Point deployments.
Manually select which ports to add to queue.
No need to know the switch CLI syntax to configure tagged and native VLAN ids on a port.
Configure with IF/THEN
Harness the power of IF/THEN statements to make your own custom configuration deployments.
Export your IF/THEN templates using AES 128 encryption and share it with a colleague, near by or across the world, to expand your configuration effort. *WiFi mode only.
Import a shared or backed up IF/THEN template. Download pre-made templates and more. If a iOS user, iOS 10 and above is required for this feature. *WiFi mode only.
Deploy with auto queue
If you have many ports to configure, let netool detect the ports you plug it into using LLDP or CDP and configure them automatically later.
Share with a colleague to verify port configuration changes.
Change the port description per queued port.
You can run the entire queue or just one queue entry.
Capture packets to a USB thumb drive. Thumb drive not included, We recommend a SanDisk.
Filter out only what you want to capture, for example HTTP.
Convert to text and download any captured PCAP file on the root of the thumb drive that is plugged into the netool.io Pro.
Review the logs
For every successful SSH session that netool establishes the netool will save a detailed output log of that session.
Share the log via email, slack, txt and more.
All passwords in the log are detected and masked before saving to the netool.io Pro.
Deploy with confidence
SSH switch credentials profiles are un-editable enabling security even when you give your netool.io another user.
IF/THEN templates are a very powerful tool within the netool.io Pro, enabling direct access to the console of the switch that netool.io Pro has credential for. So we added the ability to disable IF/THEN statements for any given switch SSH credential profile.
In a given SSH switch credential profile you can restrict which VLAN ids that this netool can configure to.
Export and Import
Import or export your Credentials profiles using AES 128 encryption to expand your workforce. *WiFi mode only.
Have a custom IF/THEN statement to share with your team? Export and share it via email, slack, txt and more. *WiFi mode only.
802.1X Authentication Testing
Right from the home menu you can see that if 802.1X authentication has failed or succeeded.
Easily configure 802.1X in the Ethernet menu with your username and password.
Automatically detect if your 802.1X configuration is setup with assigned IP scope or an assigned VLAN id.
Share your discovery
From the main menu you can share all of the information gathered on this screen to anyone via any text, slack, email and more.
From the Tag History menu you can share all of the tag history entries to anyone via any text, slack, email and more.
Easily share your netool.cloud ID to anyone via any text, slack, email and more.
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Connectivity
Connect to the netool.io Lite via Bluetooth Low Energy and stay connected to your buildings WiFi at the same time.
Enable simple NAT router mode to connect your phone to the network your netool.io Lite is testing. This enables you to access switches, servers from your phone.
Connect using the way you want to your netool.Lite, even via the Ethernet port its self using mDNS.