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kod: NNMi01IT-105 | wersja: 10.5

This Network Node Manager i (NNMi) ART course is comprised of 8 modules and is designed for Network Operators and Administrators. This includes an overview of NNMi, key terminologies and definitions, and methods to troubleshoot a networked environment. The course provides simulations to reinforce learning objectives. The hands-on lab simulations use version 10.5 of the software.

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

  • Use the NNMi software to monitor and troubleshoot a networked environment
  • Quickly identify, address and remediate problems
  • Monitor incidents and perform network diagnostics
  • Use the NNMi monitoring toolsto obtain the information necessary to use networked devices at optimal performance and efficiency
  • Understand Virtualization support and view performance reports

Audience/Job Roles

  • Network Designers, Operators, and Administrators
  • NNMi end-users who need to install, configure, test, use, and maintain an NNMi system and itsintegration with other Micro Focus products

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  1. Introduction to Network Node Manager i 10.50
    • Network Operations Management Suite
    • NNMi Functionality and Features
    • Continuous Spiral Discovery
    • Map-Based Management
    • Graphical Topology Visualization
    • Comprehensive Device Fault Monitoring
    • Active Root Cause Analysis for Topology Changes
    • Incident Management and Event Correlation
    • NNM iSPI for Operational Performance Management
    • High Availability (HA) and Application Level Failover
    • NNMi Advanced Features
  2. SNMP Configuration and Network Discovery
    • Network Management Tasks
    • NNMi’s Network Management Model
    • SNMP Operations in NNMi
    • NNMi Communication Layer Architecture
    • SNMP Configuration Operations
      • o Configure the Common User Operations Performed for SNMP
      • o Configure the SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c Communication Settings
      • o Configure the SNMPv3 Communication Settings o Configure the Regional SNMP Proxy
    • Spiral Discovery Concepts
      • o Spiral Discovery in NNMi
      • o Inventory Basics Stage – Initial Discovery of a New Node o Connectivity Details Stage
      • o Connectivity Analysis Stage
      • o New Node Discovery for Node Characteristics
      • o Discovery of Islands (Disconnected Subnets)
      • o Rediscovery of Nodes in NNMi
    • Device Discovery Operations
      • o Common User Operations Performed for Device Discovery
      • o Set Initial Discovery Configuration and Interval Settings
      • o Configure Interface Filters – Included Interfaces
      • o Define Auto-Discovery Rules
      • o Configure IP Exclusion Range
      • o Create Discovery Seeds
      • o Add Multiple Discovery Seeds
      • o Verify Discovery
      • o View Discovered Objects
      • o Delete an Object from the Inventory
      • o Discovering Nodes while Using Network Address Translation (NAT)
    • Perform SNMP Configuration using the NNMi Console*
    • Perform Network Discovery*
  3. Using the NNMi Management Console
    • Accessing NNMi Console
    • NNMi Console Main Page
    • Navigating the NNMi Console
    • Locate Workspaces
    • Display Map Views
    • View Network Overview Dashboard
    • Visualize Key Groups in Topology Maps
    • View the Inventory in a Tabular View
    • Display Data in a Tabular View
    • Review Object Details in the Analysis Pane
    • Modify Attribute Values of an Incident Object
    • Invoke User Initiated Actions from the Menu
    • Use Filters on Views
    • View Status of a Selected Node Group
    • Find a Node in the Inventory
    • Schedule Node Outages using Management Mode
    • View Component Performance Dashboard
    • View Interface Performance Dashboard
    • View Node Performance Metrics for Performance Analysis
    • View Inventory Node Details*
    • Review the Device Information*
    • Review Information about a Stacked Switch*
  4. Incident Management
    • Incident Generation Process
    • Incident Lifecycle
    • Incident Lifecycle States
    • NNMi Incident Concepts
    • Incident Browsing Workspace Views
      • o Current Incidents View
      • o Historical Incidents View
    • Common User Operations for Incident Management
      • o Review Incident Details
      • o Own an Incident
      • o Assign an Incident
      • o Annotate an Incident
      • o View the Related Object Details
      • o View Impacted Nodes
    • Manage Incidents Using NNMi*
    • Explore the Historical Incident View*
  5. Troubleshooting Network Problems
    • Troubleshooting a Network Issue
    • User Operations for Troubleshooting Network Issues
    • Topology Map View
    • Node Group Overview
    • View Status Details for a Node Group
    • View Network Propagation Status
    • Incident Views
    • Layer 2 Neighbor View
    • Layer 3 Neighbor View
    • Path View
    • Router and Switch Views
    • Test Accessibility Using the Ping Command
    • View the Network Route Using the Trace Route Command
    • Access Devices Using the Telnet Command
    • Perform Status Polling on a Device
    • Perform Configuration Polling on a Device
    • View Real-time Performance Graphs
    • Troubleshoot Network Problems*
  6. Inventory Nodes Management
    • Inventory Management
    • Grouping of Nodes
    • Existence of Nodes in Multiple Groups
    • Group Hierarchy and Containment
    • Default Node Groups
    • Common User Operations for Inventory Management
    • Create a New Node Group
    • Add a Device Filter and Additional Filter Attributes
    • Assign Specific Nodes to a Node Group
    • Define Child Node Groups
    • Select Device Descriptors
    • Select the Device Model and Device Profile
    • Preview Nodes that Belong to a Node Group
    • Configure Node Group Status Propagation
    • View Default Interface Groups
    • Configure Child Node Groups*
    • Configure a Parent Node Group*
  7. Performance Reporting
    • iSPI Performance for Metrics
    • Single Sign-On (SSO) Configuration
    • NNM iSPI for Performance Integration with NNMi
    • Launching iSPI Reports from NNMi Console
    • Launching NPS Portal Reports
    • Extension Packs in iSPI for Performance
      • o Performance Reporting Groups
      • o Self Monitoring Extension Pack
      • o Interface Health Extension Pack
      • o Component Health Extension Pack
    • Types of Reports Supported in iSPI
      • o Chart Detail Reports
      • o Dashboard Reports
      • o Headline Reports
      • o Baseline Sleeve Reports
      • o Top N Reports
      • o Peak Period Reports
      • o Threshold Sleeve Reports
    • View iSPI Performance Reports*
  8. Virtualization Management * Indicates a simulation
    • Key Concepts of Virtualization
    • Discover and Monitor the hypervisor (ESXi Server)
    • Management of ESXi Servers
    • Management of ESXi Virtual Machines
    • Web Agent Running on the ESXi Server
    • Device Credentials for Web Agent
    • Trusted Certificates for Web Agent
    • Managed Nodes (VMs) on the ESXi Server 
    • Managed Virtual Switches on the ESXi Server
    • Wheel Map Diagram
    • Loom Map Diagram
    • Layer 2 Map
    • Manage Virtualization using NNMi*

    * Indicates a simulation

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Wymagania wstępne

To maximize successin this course,studentsshould have basic networking experience.

Poziom trudności
Czas trwania 1 dzień

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


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