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kod: NNMI200-103 | wersja: 2018.11

This course provides in-depth technical knowledge about the advanced administration of Network Node Manager i (NNMi) 2018.x.

It is intended for those who might need to use features, such as Global Network Management (GNM), user interface (UI) customization, advanced incident handling, custom event correlation, integration with Micro Focus Software products, fail-over options, and advanced command-line options. This three-day course is a mixture of lectures and hands-on exercises. Network Node Manager i 2018.11 is used during the hands-on exercises.

This course is designed for users who already have some prior knowledge and hands-on experience with Network Node Manager i 2018.x

Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Plan for NNMi implementation
  • Configure integration between NNMi and Network Automation (NA)
  • Implement application failover and Global Network Management (GNM)
  • Use incident correlation
  • Extend NNMi functionality with custom menu actions
  • Define Management Information Base (MIB) expressions and collect custom MIB data from devices
  • Understand the functionality of the Multi-Protocol Label Switching, Quality Assurance Smart Plug-in (QA SPI) and Traffic Performance

Audience/Job Roles

This course is intended for NNMi administrators and anyone responsible for the installation and maintenance of NNMi.

Plan szkolenia Rozwiń listę

  1. Course Overview
    • Participant introductions
    • Administration and housekeeping
    • Facilities
    • Participants’ responsibilities
    • Course objectives
    • Course outline
    • Exercises
    • Survey
  2. Application Failover
    • Summarize the NNMi application failover functionality
    • Configure application failover
    • Use cluster administration commands
  3. NNMi Global Network Management
    • Explain the functions and features of Global Network Management (GNM)
    • Define the two main components of GNM
    • Analyze use scenarios for GNM
    • Outline different deployment scenarios for GNM
    • List prerequisites for GNM deployment
    • Explain GNM-iSPI relations
    • Identify high-level GNM architecture
    • Explain how to plan and configure GNM for NNMi
  4. Integrating NNMi, LDAP, and NA
    • Describe how to integrate NNMi with Lightweight Directory Protocol (LDAP) and Microsoft Active Directory (AD)
    • Integrate NNMi with Network Automation (NA)
  5. Custom Attributes
    • Add custom attributes to nodes
    • Add custom attributes to interfaces
    • Populate custom attributes from the CLI
  6. Advanced Protocols IPv6 and SNMPv3
    • Specify the types of IPv6 addresses
    • Identify the notation used in writing IPv6 addresses
    • Describe how NNMi supports IPv6
    • Explain how to locate and manage IPv6 and IPv4 devices
    • List the prerequisites for deploying IPv6
    • List the components and architecture of SNMPv3
    • Explain how SNMPv3 security works
    • Describe how to configure NNMi to manage SNMPv3-enabled devices
    • List the general steps for configuring a network device for SNMPv3
    • Describe the main design goals for SNMPv3
  7. User Interface Customization
    • Create a menu
    • Create a menu item
    • Create a launch action
    • Create a line graph action
  8. Advanced Incident Configuration
    • Define a node and interface group specific to trap handling
    • Use the following event correlation features:
      • Dampening
      • Payload filtering
      • Pairwise
      • Rate o Deduplication
      • Custom correlation
      • Causal rules
  9. Custom Poller
    • Define a MIB expression
    • Configure a collection policy
    • Define a collection threshold
    • Export collected data to a CSV file
    • Use iSPI for Performance to report on your collected data
    • Define MIB expressions and collections using the CLI
  10. Managing Virtualization
    • Identify the hypervisor (ESXi Server) hosting a virtual machine (VM)
    • Use a loom map to identify the hosting hypervisor's Network Interface Card (NIC) that the VM is connected to
    • Use a wheel map to identify the hosting hypervisor's NIC that the VM is connected to
  11. NNM iSPI for QA and NNM iSPI for MPLS
    • Identify the functionality of NNM iSPI Performance for Quality Assurance Software (NNM iSPI for QA)
    • Configure and use NNM iSPI for QA
    • Identify the functionality of NNM iSPI for MPLS
    • Configure and use NNM iSPI for MPLS
    • Identify the functionality of NNM iSPI for Traffic
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Wymagania wstępne

To be successful in this course, you should have the following prerequisites or knowledge:

  • Prior knowledge and hands-on experience with NNMi 2018.x and/or participation in the NNMI120 - Network Node Manager i 2018.x Essentials course
Poziom trudności
Czas trwania 3 dni

The participants will obtain certificates signed by Micro Focus (course completion). 


Authorized Micro Focus Trainer.

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