• A Network Switch Mapping Solution

About the latest Version 2.72 released on November 10, 2016

Upgrading to this release is very highly recommended. Fixed potential crash problem in gathering speed data for LAG/Trunk ports. Speeded up and fixed automatic cell width sizing for the IP address and hostname columns.

The mac to manufacturer database was updated. Full revision history and more details are here.

How to Upgrade

Select the option below that matches your current situation.


How to upgrade an older Installed Version 2.x: please download from a link below and install over the top of the older installed version 2.x.

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How to upgrade from an earlier USB Version 2.x to the latest USB version 2.x:

  1. Start your USB version software
  2. Click on Help/Check for Update
  3. Download the upgrade patch from the link shown in the embedded web page. Follow the upgrade instructions in the web page.

DO NOT install the trial 'installed' version onto a USB flash drive - it will not work - use Help/Check for Update from within the USB version to get the upgrade patch.

Warning: If you choose to install v2.x over the top of v1.x, the user database spmap.db3 will be upgraded permanently with changes that are not compatible with the old v1.x. If you are evaluating the latest v2.x, please install it on another machine or VM for your trial period and leave your current v1.x installation as it is.


How to upgrade an older Installed Version 1.x: please download from a link below and install over the top of the older installed version 1.x. Run the new software and it will upgrade the user database spmap.db3 for use with v2.x.

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Purchase the upgrade license below from our reseller FastSpring.


One

Upgrade Licenseto be installed on a hard drive

  • Requires 'Name' portion of Managed Switch Port Mapping Tool v1.x unlock code
  • Immediate Download
  • 1 Unlock Code Emailed To You
  • Windows 10, 8.x, 7, Server 2012/2008
  • SKU: SPMUPG