DeviceExpert is described as 'ManageEngine DeviceExpert is a Network Change and Configuration Management Software to manage the configurations of switches, routers, firewalls and other network devices' and is an app in the Security & Privacy category. There are nine alternatives to DeviceExpert for a variety of platforms, including Linux, Windows, Mac, Online / Web-based and MySQL Community Edition. The best alternative is RANCID, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like DeviceExpert are Unimus (Paid), GenieACS (Free, Open Source), NeDI (Free, Open Source) and NetDisco (Free, Open Source).
RANCID - Really Awesome New Cisco confIg Differ. A web-based tool for automatically downloading Cisco configurations into a CVS version-control system which can be searched, displayed and "diffed" to compare versions of the configuration files.
A fast and lightweight TR-069 Auto Configuration Server (ACS). GenieACS can work with any device that supports the TR-069 protocol. It auto-discovers the device’s parameter tree (including vendor-specific parameters) making no assumptions about the device’s data model.
Netdisco is an Open Source web-based network management tool first released publically in 2003. The target users are large corporate and university networks administrators. Data is collected into a Postgres database using SNMP and presented with a clean web interface using Mason.
EasyCwmp is a GPLv2 open source implementation of the TR069 cwmp standard. EasyCwmp is developed by PIVA Software and it is derived from the project freecwmp.The aim of this project is to be fully conform with the TR069 CWMP standard.
Kiwi CatTools saves you time by automating common network configuration tasks. It supports over 60 different device-types from the leading network device manufacturers. Mainly Backup device configurations, rollback, perform bulk changes.