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Author: Marius Vilemaitis; Lance Ecklesdafer
Publisher: Birmingham, U.K. : Packt Pub., 2011.
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This book is a step-by-step guide describing how to implement, maintain, and expand the NNMi management tool. It is a practical guide, based on experience managing networks in a wide scale of network operation centers. It shares best practices and explains a lot of non-technical issues that arise during implementations and operations. Each topic has practical examples where the reader can practice while reading the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marius Vilemaitis; Lance Ecklesdafer
ISBN: 1282966758 9781282966758 9781849680851 184968085X 1849680841 9781849680844
OCLC Number: 765144069
Language Note: English.
Notes: "Production Reference: 1201210."
Title from title screen.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover --
Copyright --
Credits --
About the Author --
About the Reviewer --
www.PacktPub.com --
Table of Contents --
Preface --
Chapter 1: Before we Manage with NNMi --
What can HP SW NNMi do for us? --
Choosing the right edition --
Understanding Smart Plug-ins (iSPI) --
iSPI for Performance --
iSPI Network Engineering toolset --
iSPI IP Telephony --
iSPI for MPLS --
iSPI multicast --
Server sizing considerations --
How NNMi will impact my infrastructure --
Traffic consumption by the monitoring tool --
Licensing policy --
Installing software --
Prerequisite check --
Summary --
Chapter 2: Discovering and Monitoring Your Network --
Discovery in NNMi --
How discovery works --
Configuring communication protocols --
What is a communication in NNMi? --
What is the role of ICMP in NNMi? --
What is the role of SNMP in NNMi? --
How NNMi deals with overlapping SNMP community configuration --
Best practices when configuring SNMP communities --
Configuring SNMP community names in NNMi --
Boosting up discovery with seeds --
What are seeds? --
How can discovery be boosted with seeds? --
How to load seeds in NNMi --
Limiting discovery with filters --
What are discovery filters? --
Why do we need discovery filters? --
Filter configuration example --
Examining discovery results --
Stopping/starting managing nodes, cards or interfaces --
What is a stop managing object? --
Why we need to change the management mode? --
How does it work? --
Management mode change examples --
Discovery examples --
Example 1: Seed module --
Example 2: Discover by IP address range and system Object ID --
Rediscovering your network from scratch --
State poller --
What is state poller? --
How does it work? --
How to plan state polling --
Example --
Summary --
Chapter 3: Configuring and Viewing Maps --
Node groups --
What are node groups? --
Configuring node groups --
Node group configuration example --
Node group map configuration --
What is node group map? --
Configuring node group maps --
Creating node groups in the command line --
Viewing maps --
Interface groups --
Configuring interface groups --
Path View map configuration --
What is Path View? --
Configuring Path View --
Custom Path View8212;an example --
User interface configuration --
Web browser settings --
Configuring Mozilla Firefox to open a new tab --
Configuring Internet Explorer to open a new tab --
Configuring Internet Explorer title bar --
Symbols --
Summary --
Chapter 4: Configuring Incidents --
Introduction to incidents --
How incidents enter a system --
Configuring NNMi forwarding SNMP traps --
Configuring SNMP trap incidents --
Checking whether NNMi is receiving SNMP traps --
Controlling the number of incoming SNMP traps --
Configuring management events --
Configuring NNM 6.x/7.x events --
Tuning incidents --
Pairwise --
Deduplication --
Rate --
Interface settings --
Node settings --
Suppression --
Enrichment --
Dampening --
Configuring automatic actions --
Summary --
Chapter 5: Controlling Access to NNMi --
How access to NNMi works --
NNMi roles --
Assigning a role --
Permissions for each role --
Sign in access types --
Control with NNMi --
T$296.
Other Titles: Manage your network effectively with NNMi
Responsibility: Marius Vilemaitis ; reviewer, Lance Ecklesdafer.

Abstract:

This book is a step-by-step guide describing how to implement, maintain, and expand the NNMi management tool. It is a practical guide, based on experience managing networks in a wide scale of network operation centers. It shares best practices and explains a lot of non-technical issues that arise during implementations and operations. Each topic has practical examples where the reader can practice while reading the book. The book is written for the following audience:Monitoring solution designers, who plan how to implement NNMi, Network engineers, who plan to start managing their network, System administrators, who start administering NNMi, Network monitoring operators, who want to learn how to use NNMi If you belong to any one of the above professions, then this book is for you. It's also for professionals who describe themselves as beginners, or intermediate-level professionals. The book is also suitable for old-version NNM users who wish to switch to NNMi.

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