Cisco Enterprise Management Solutions, Volume I

Cisco Enterprise Management Solutions, Volume I

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Manage Cisco networks and simplify administrative tasks with CiscoWorks 2000 Resource Manager EssentialsCisco Enterprise Management Solutions, Volume I enables you to:Understand network management applications and protocols, such as SNMP, Syslog, RMON, and CiscoWorks 2000 components Install both the CiscoWorks 2000 CD-One and Resource Manager Essentials Configure Cisco hardware for SNMP management Create a set of managed devices in an inventory Manage device configurations, software images, operating systems, Syslog messages, and access control lists Maintain the Resource Manager Essentials? Server Troubleshoot a Resource Manager Essentials? environment that is not operating properlyCisco Enterprise Management Solutions, Volume I provides networking administrators, network technicians, and CCNP specialization candidates with information on the fundamentals of network management and the implementation of CiscoWorks 2000 applications. Based on the content of the Cisco Internet Learning Solutions Group?s CEMS instructor-led class, the book focuses on SNMP management of Cisco network devices; installation, configuration, and troubleshooting for CiscoWorks 2000 software; and inventory management, device configuration management, and software image management with Resource Manager Essentials. In addition, Cisco Enterprise Management Solutions, Volume I teaches you how to leverage the valuable tools provided by CiscoWorks 2000 Resource Manager Essentials to configure and manage Syslog services, perform network audits, apply modular access lists, test network devices for availability and connectivity, and perform a wide variety of troubleshooting tasks. This book provides an invaluable, detailed guide to CiscoWorks 2000/Resource Manager Essentials to help networking professionals maintain optimal network performance and simplify time-consuming administrative tasks. Cisco Enterprise Management Solutions, Volume I is part of a recommended study program from Cisco Systems that includes training courses and materials from Cisco?s Internet Learning Solutions Group (ILSG) program, hands-on experience, and Coursebooks and exam guides from Cisco Press. With experience and training under your belt, this book enables you to retain and master the network management knowledge vital for succeeding in your daily more

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  • Paperback | 432 pages
  • 188 x 230 x 34mm | 938.93g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Cisco Press
  • Indianapolis, United States
  • English
  • w. num. screen-shots.
  • 1587050064
  • 9781587050060

Table of contents

1. Network Management Essentials. Lack of Consistent Service. Reduced Productivity. Ensuring consistent Level of Service. Saving on Bandwidth. Expenditures. Reducing Labor Costs. Maintaining Industry Standards. Keeping Systems Secure. An Investment Worth Paying For. Components for Successful Network Management. Standards Requirements. Deployment Plan. Management Protocols. The MIB. The Cisco MIB. SNMP.2. Cisco Network Management Products. CiscoView Web. Resource Manager Essentials. TrafficDirector. CiscoWorks 2000 RWAN Bundle. Access-Control List Manager. Internetwork Performance Monitor. CiscoWorks 2000 LMS. Campus Manager. Content Flow Monitor. Service Level Manager. The Management Engine 1100 Series. CiscoWorks Blue Maps and SNA View. CiscoWorks 2000 Voice Manager 2.X.3. Configuring Devices for Network Management. SNMP Connectivity. Configuring SNMP on IOS-Based Devices. Configuring Community Strings on IOS-Based Devices. Configuring Traps on IOS-based devices. Configuring Trap Destinations on IOS-Based Devices. Setting the SNMP Location, Contact, and Chassis ID on IOS-Based Devices. Verifying SNMP on IOS-Based Devices. Configuring SNMP Support on Catalyst Switch COS-Based Devices. Configuring SNMP Community Strings on COS-Based Devices. Configuring Traps on COS-Based Devices. Configuring Trap Destinations on COS-Based Devices. Setting the SNMP Contact, Location, and Chassis-ID on COS-Based Devices. Enabling CDP on IOS-Based Devices. Verifying CDP on IOS-Based Devices. Enabling CDP on COS-Based Devices. Verifying CDP on COS-Based Devices . RMON Traffic Analysis. RMON on an IOS-Based Router Device. Configuring RMON on IOS-Based Devices. Configuring RMON Packet Analysis on 2500 Series Routers. RMON on COS-Based Catalyst Switch Device. The Catalyst Switch Network Analysis Module. Configuring Switched Port Analyzer for the Network Analysis Module. Configuring RMON Support for the Network Analysis Module. Enabling the VLAN Agent Option. Enabling the VLAN Monitor Option. Enabling the NetFlow Monitor and Data Export Options. Syslog Analysis.4. CiscoWorks 2000 Server and Resource Manager Essentials Installation. Pre-Installation Verification. Upgrading Prior Versions of CiscoWorks. The Installation Process. The CD-One Solaris Installation Process. The Resource Manager Essentials for Solaris Installation Process. Allowing the User Bin to Use at and cron. The CD-One Windows NT Installation Process. The Resource Manager Essentials for Windows NT Installation Process. Integrating with Network Management Platforms. Client Installation and Setup. Managing the Client Application Manager.5. CiscoWorks 2000 Resource Manager Essentials 3.X. CiscoWorks 2000 Resource Manager Essentials 3.X: The Concept. CiscoWorks 2000 Resource Manager Essentials 3.X: The Architecture. CiscoWorks 2000 Resource Manager Essentials 3.X: The Applications.6 . Resource Manager Essentials System Administration. The Common Resource Manager Administration Tasks. Accessing the Essentials' Server. Desktop Enhancements. User Management. User Roles. Default Users. Adding Users. User Profiles. Administrative Tools. Managing User Connections. Configuring SNMP Timeouts on the Server. Configuring a Proxy Server. Configuring the SMTP Settings. Configuring the RCP Username. Managing the Database.7. Resource Manager Essentials Inventory Management. Multidevice Management of Cisco and MIB II Devices. Automated Device Inventory Update. Automatic Change Reports. User Defined Views. Supported Devices. Inventory Manager-Setup. Populating the Network Inventory. No Autodiscovery of Devices. Device Import. Importing from a Local Management Station. Before Beginning a Local Import. Procedure for Local Import. The ANI Synchronization Process. The ANI Process. Configuring the ANI Process. Configuring ANI and Resource Manager Synchronization.8. Device Configuration Management. The Architecture of Configuration Management. Configuration File Management. Verifying Inventory Information Importing Configurations from CiscoWorks UNIX. Configuration File Management General Setup. Archive Purging Policy. Archive Directory. Change Probe Setup. Transport Setup. NetSys Integration. The NetConfig Tool. NetConfig Templates. Predefined Templates. Creating User-Defined Templates. Creating a NetConfig Job.9. Software Image Management. Software Image Manager Benefits. SWIM Advanced Features. Software Management Workflow. SWIM Setup. Setting SWIM Preferences. Synchronizing the Images in Your Software Library. Creating One or More Approver Lists. Identification Steps. Identifying the Devices. Identifying the Software. Analyzing the Library Upgrade. Identifying the Effects of Change. SWIM Planning Steps.10. Syslog Analysis. Configuration Command Review. Syslog Analyzer Advanced Features. Syslog Server Administration. Changing Data Storage. Defining Syslog Filters. The Predefined Message Filters. Defining Custom Filters. Create Custom URLs. Defining Automated Actions. Syslog Distributed Architecture. Installing the SAC Service Under Unix. Installing the SAC Service Under Windows NT. Parameters for the SaenvProperties.ini File. Syslog Analyzer Reports. Severity Level Summary. Standard Reports. Custom Reports. Defining Custom Reports.11. Change Audit Services. The Change Audit Processes. Example: A Device Change Through Telnet. Example: A Change to the Operating System Through SWIM. The ENCASE Process. Managing the Change Audit Process. Defining Exception Time(s)/Date(s). Deleting Change History. Administration of Change Audit Traps. Change Audit Reports. Exceptions Summary. Search Change Audit. All Changes. Looking Ahead.12. Access-Control List Management. Getting Started with ACL Manager. Creating a Scenario. Navigating the ACLM Application. Creating an ACL. The Components of ACL Manager. Creating an ACE. Advanced ACE Options. Template Manager. Class Manager. Applying Templates to Devices. Applying ACLs to Interfaces. The ACL Downloader Tool. The ACL Optimizer Tools. The ACL Optimizer. The ACL Hit Optimizer. Resetting Counters.13. Availability and Connectivity Tools. Availability Tool Features. Configuring Polling Features. Availability Reports. Reachability Dashboard Report. The Device Center. Availability Monitor Report. The Reloads Report. The Offline Device Report. The Protocol Distribution Graph. Troubleshooting Availability Tools. Connectivity Tools.14. Additional CiscoWorks 2000 Tools. Network Show Commands Application. Network Show Commands Administration. Administration of Command Sets. Controlling Access to Command Sets. Using the Network Show Commands Application. Management Connection. Importing a Connection Document. Deleting a Connection Document. Certifying A Management Connection. CCO Tools. The Troubleshooting Engine. Case Management. Contract Management. Device Navigator.15. Troubleshooting Resource Manager Essentials. Troubleshooting General Connectivity. Troubleshooting Client and Server Connectivity. Troubleshooting Server Administration. Verifying Server Processes. System Verification. Troubleshooting Server Name and TCP/IP Address. Changing the TCP/IP Address on Solaris. Changing the Computer Name Under Windows NT. Managing Server Log Files. Clear Out Log Files Under UNIX. Clearing Out Log Files on Windows NT. Troubleshooting General Device. Troubleshooting Device SNMP Connectivity. The Tool. Validating Inventory Records. Troubleshooting DNS and TCP/IP Address Problems. Troubleshooting a Device's DNS Host Name. Troubleshooting a Device's TCP/IP Address. Verifying Device Attributes. Recovering a Corrupt Database. Troubleshooting Inventory Importing. Troubleshooting Remote Import. The more

About Michael Wynston

Michael Wynston, CCIE #5449, recently joined Netigy with over 7 years experience in instructing, planning, designing and implementing Enterprise Networks. Michael's role at Netigy is Principal Consultant specializing in Cisco solutions. He is a subject matter expert in Cisco Network Management, switching, and routing. Michael has spent the last three years as a Certified Cisco Systems Instructor at Global Knowledge Network, where he taught customized classes to employees of the largest enterprises and service providers in North America. Michael is also a published author with both Global Knowledge and Cisco Press. Michael has his Certified Cisco Internetworking Expert (CCIE), Cisco Certified Systems Instructor (CCSI), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), and Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) more

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