Axia Updates iProbe Network Management Software


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Cleveland - Nov 11, 2010 - Axia Audio has released a new version of iProbe, the software suite to remotely manage, update and maintain Axia IP-audio networks. Iprobe software provides information about and control over the IP-audio network. Running from a PC connected to the Axia network, iProbe can manage and maintain large groups of audio devices from a single control panel. Upon installation, iProbe queries every audio device on the network, compiling information about IP addresses, software versions and other details.

iProbe features include an auto-documentation feature that records configuration settings for every networked Axia device, an a firmware manager that automatically acquires and uploads new device software, a backup utility that archives device configurations, and a control panel for individual device configuration. Version 1.1.3 includes support for PCs with multiple NICs, enhanced hostname displays, support for Axia IP-audio drivers for Linux and Mac (beta), and other enhancements. Registered users can download v1.1.3 for free from www.AxiaAudio.com/downloads.




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