Algorius Net Viewer contains an integrated web server. It provides access to network maps, reports, logs, and charts via a web interface. Active caching ensures high productivity and minimization of network traffic.
Access to reports
The web interface allows other users to get access to the reports via the browser. Users can filter and sort data on their own, and upload the generated reports in formats such as Word, Excel, PDF, CSV, or XML.
Charts display up-to-date information in the form of graphs. When hovering the cursor over them, accurate values of the monitoring results will be displayed, and when you click you will see a detailed chart for the selected time interval.
Animation of devices and events
Animation of devices and events in the web interface allows for obtaining an illustrative presentation of the network schema and displaying its status even more informatively. The devices supported are represented in the collection with an animated .SVG or .GIF file.
API for the Windows HTTP server
The Windows HTTP Server’s API allows the web server to use a common IP address and port together with other applications. This is a valuable opportunity because opening of new ports may contradict the security requirements in corporate networks.
The web server supports the following authorization methods: anonymous, basic, digest, Windows integrated, Negotiate (Kerberos / NTLM). You can specify a list of permitted maps for each user or group. This makes it possible to restrict access to confidential information.
You can use the SSL protocol for the web server. It will ensure the confidentiality of transmitted information, and is a mandatory security requirement in some cases.