I am aware of the popular suggestions for IT Inventory & Asset tracking software like Spiceworks, GLPI, Open-AudIT, etc.
Unfortunately, these pieces of software are not geared toward my specific requirements. I'm in the unique position where I do not need to keep track of servers, workstations, printers and things of that nature.
All I need to keep track of is the Network Infrastructure, the load balancers, switches, routers, firewalls, IPS sensors, etc.
This means I do not need discovery capabilities or agents that need to be installed to monitor assets.
What I'm looking for very well may not be a IT solution at all honestly. I would like a piece of software that will basically let me catalog our Network Infrastructure equipment, as well as associate attributes to that equipment like firmware version, software version, location, 3rd party software loaded, ports used, and so on and so on. More than likely the piece of software would need to allow me to create my own fields.
It will also need to be able to run on Windows, preferably open-source but it doesn't have to be, and be able to run reports against the data as well as sort and group the information.
Also being able to import xml and/or csv data would be a big plus.
Is anyone aware of any piece of software that may be useful for my needs?
Thanks in advance.