I’ve released the NeDi 1.5 community edition to the public today! The only difference, it doesn’t contain the modules System-Install and System-Policies. Head over to the download page and update now (instructions are there as well). I’m busy working on next year’s version and customer projects, but I’ll be presenting at OSMC this fall!
The latest iteration of NeDi is available. Traffic analysis, improved maps and monitoring are just a few amongst many changes! It’s available for paying customers now and will be made public next year (NeDi 1.5 will be made public in fall this year)
So far NeDi is doing its job on bare metal servers and all major hypervisors. But what if it’d run on a router? Sure, the first question might be, why on earth should a router discover itself? But how about remote offices with a number of clients, no server infrastructure and poor WAN connections? If you[…]
Yes it’s this time of the year again and I’m fairly proud to present the almost finished 2016 iteration of NeDi. I managed to add many a new feature making it worthwhile for you to stop by. As usual I’m with Sector Nord (located at Halle 5 Stand A06 this year). Feel free to contact them, if you[…]
I just got off the phone with a customer, who’s using NeDi to manage his global network. He’s created shared users, thus disabled User-Profile to avoid them changing any settings by accident. The drawback is, that he cannot use the otherwise helpful admin-notice anymore. As NeDi can easily be expanded to fit most needs, I[…]
After the successful NeDi 1.5 introduction, the first patch has been released, while the sixt patch for NeDi 1.4 is available as well. Both address some minor bugs and a security issue. I’ve also created a tutorial to show you what NeDi 1.5 is about. Check it out, if you haven’t seen it already: And[…]