jnetmap is a graphical network map visualizer used to create network topology maps. It uses SNMP to discover network devices and allows users to customize the network maps according to their requirements. In this guide, we will outline the steps to install jnetmap on Ubuntu.
Step 1: Update the System
Before installing jnetmap, you need to update your system by running the following command:
sudo apt-get update
Step 2: Install SNMP
jnetmap requires SNMP to discover network devices. You can install SNMP by running the following command:
sudo apt-get install snmp snmp-mibs-downloader
Step 3: Install jnetmap
Once SNMP is installed, you can proceed with the installation of jnetmap by running the following command:
sudo apt-get install jnetmap
Step 4: Launch jnetmap
After the installation is complete, you can launch jnetmap by running the following command:
You should now see the jnetmap window open, and you can start discovering network devices and customizing your network maps.
- apt-get – A command-line tool used to install, remove and update packages in Ubuntu
- sudo – A command used to run a command with administrative privileges
- snmp – Simple Network Management Protocol, used for network device discovery
In this guide, we have outlined the steps to install jnetmap on Ubuntu. By following these steps, you can now create network topology maps using jnetmap. If you encounter any issues during the installation process, feel free to comment or suggest improvements.