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HP Network Node Manager 9: Getting Started by Marius Vilemaitis

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Monitoring devices for problems

Devices can be monitored for problems in two ways: map and table views. The user can reach one view type from another in both directions the user can reach maps from table views and table views from maps.

Map view

NNMi has three map types:

  • Layer 2 Neighbor View: Displays selected node and Layer 2 connections with that node by specified number of hops. Layer 2 devices are switches and bridges.
  • Layer 3 Neighbor View: Displays selected node and subnets to which connected node belongs to by specified number of hops.
  • Path View: Displays the connectivity path between the selected two nodes.

Maps can be reached by opening the Topology Maps workspace.

Device monitoring using maps is mainly done by monitoring the device status, ...

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