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Network Node Manager i Software 10.x Essentials (NNMI120)

Detaillierter Kursinhalt

Module 1: Introduction to HP Network Node Manager i (NNMi) Software
  • Course Objectives
  • Configure network discovery
  • Manipulate NNMi tables and device object records
  • Design topology maps
  • Configure incidents
  • Generate performance graphs
  • Generate performance reports
  • Perform core administration tasks
Module 2: Managing SNMP and ICMP Communication
  • Configure authentication for SNMPv1, SNMPv2, SNMPv3 (individual, region, type, filter, default)
  • Configure alternative authentication names
  • Use an alternate SNMP port or timeout
  • Use an SNMP proxy
  • Use the SNMP Command Line Interface (CLI)
Module 3: Discovery Architecture and Operation
  • Describe what NNMi discovers, how far, which objects
  • Describe how NNMi groups discovered objects
  • Describe how NNMi discovers connectivity
  • Describe limits of duplicate IP address management
Module 4: Configuring Discovery
  • Turn auto-discover (inventory) on/off
  • Schedule discovery
  • Initiate manual discovery (single, group, all nodes)
  • Expand discovery (single node, from file, for region)
  • Limit discovery (filter by region, type, node or interface level, before/after SNMP query)
  • Recheck node configuration
  • Recheck connectivity
  • Remove discovered objects (individually, by filter, by region)
Module 5: Using the Management Console
  • Start the NNMi console
  • Locate workspaces
  • Navigate tables, maps, views, and forms
  • Access object details
  • Sort and filter tables
Module 6: Configuring Node and Interface Groups
  • Describe how node and interface groups are applied in NNMi
  • Configure a group by object type, region, specific object, default
  • Use advanced filtering on object capabilities
Module 7: Customizing Views
  • Create a map of a node group
  • Place the map in the list of topology maps
  • Control the default map displayed when the console opens
  • Add a background to a map
  • Control status propagation
  • Add connections to Path View maps
Module 8: Status Monitoring Architecture and Operation
  • Differentiate between fault monitoring and performance monitoring
  • Identify data gathered for interface monitoring and component health
  • Describe the roles of State Poller and Causal Engine
  • Describe the operation of neighbor analysis
Module 9: Customizing Status Monitoring
  • Turn polling on/off (specific nodes, region, type)
  • Set polling interval by node or interface group
  • Set objects to out-of-service mode
  • Select polling protocol and set of data to be gathered
  • Verify the polling settings for an object
  • Perform an on-demand status poll of an object
  • Check polling backlog/performance
  • Exclude objects from status polling (individual, region, type)
Module 10: Configuring Users
  • Configure a user account for each of your NNMi users with the appropriate capabilities
  • Describe what each user group may access in the console
  • Configure Custom Security groups
  • Configure tenants
  • Configure command-line permissions
  • Audit account activity
Module 11: Troubleshooting Network Issues
  • Describe the incident life cycle, assignments and ownership, and states
  • View network incidents and incident details
  • Sort and filter incidents
  • Assign and reassign incidents
  • Delete an incident
  • Annotate an incident
  • View historical incidents (closed)
  • Cross-launch to graphical visualization
  • Interpret root cause incidents
  • Launch and interpret network visualization (different types)
  • List nodes, interfaces, and addresses in the network
  • View object details
  • Filter a view by node group or interface group
  • Invoke troubleshooting tools
  • Check the status and configuration of a device
  • Display incidents for a device
Module 12: Troubleshooting Using MIBs
  • Describe the use of Management Information Base (MIB) browsing and graphing during troubleshooting
  • Graph MIB data
  • Browse MIB data
Module 13: Event Monitoring Architecture
  • Describe event sources and processing
Module 14: Customizing Event Monitoring
  • Add and delete event definitions
  • Customize event category/severity/message
  • Create a new category or family
  • Add vendor trap definitions
  • Exclude an event from display
  • Block trap storms
  • Block reception of events
Module 15: Thresholds and Customed MIB Monitoring
  • Configure iSPI Performance for Metrics Software thresholds and incidents
  • Configure Custom Polling Threshold Monitoring
Module 16: iSPI Performance for Metrics Software Architecture
  • Describe how NNMi passes data to the iSPI for Performance Metrics Software
  • Describe how the iSPI Performance for Metrics Software stores data
  • Perform basic troubleshooting steps
  • Verify that data are being collected by NNMi
  • Verify that collected data is being used by the iSPI Performance for Metrics Software
  • Check that the iSPI Performance for Metrics Software is configured properly
  • Start the iSPI Performance for Metrics Software service
  • Verify that performance polling is enabled
  • Verify that the iSPI Performance for Metrics Software Home Page opens
Module 17: Viewing Performance Data and Reports
  • List the reports available from the iSPI Performance for Metrics Software
  • Explain the difference between Reports and Live Reports
  • Modify the report settings to change the way a report displays data
  • Create Custom Dashboards
Module 18: Administering NNMi
  • Customize NNMi console settings
  • Back up NNMi data and configuration
  • Check NNMi health from the GUI
  • Locate NNMi log files
  • Move from test to production (import/export tools)