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Title: Network Management Tools Presentations


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Network Management Tools Presentations
  • Saturday-Monday, Sept. 18-20, 2004, 630 PM
  • CSE 552 Network Management
  • Fall 2004 (Term 041)
  • Assignment 1

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Schedule of Presentations
Speaker(s) Tool
Bandar Al-Saifi PRTG
Mohammed Aijaz Mohiuddin windump
Abdullah Basalamah Saeed Bawazir CyberGauge
Baher Y Al-Ramady MRTG
Husain Al-Saeed Visual Route
Saad Ibrahim Al-Howaymel Wael Abdul -Jalil Hamri jffnms
Adel S. Al-Shahrani NetRAT
Khaled Al-Utaibi LANsurveyor 8.5
Fahd Abdul Hameed ManageEngine opManager
Khaled Al-Motairi CommTraffic
Fawaz M. Alhazemi Graph.pm ChartGraph
Hassan Al-Matouq Simple Router Grapher http//snmprg.sourceforge.net/
Mazhar Ali Iqbal LANsurveyer http//www.neon.com/LSwin.html
Yasser Al-Sawy SNMPc http//www.castlerock.com
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Network Management Tool with PRTG
  • What is PRTG.
  • What PRTG can do for you.
  • How PRTG works.
  • How to configure PRTG.
  • 1. Add a new sensor.
  • 2. Access Sensor Data.
  • 3. Sensor Settings.
  • 4. Setting PRTG Program Options.

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Network Analyzer(WinDump) By Mohammed Aijaz
Mohiuddin 230417
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Brief Overview of Network Analyzer
  • It is GUI interface to command line tool
    windump(on windows).
  • Functions-
  • 1) Capture and display network packets
  • 2) Display packets stored in a file
  • 3) Capture network statistics
  • 4) Perform real-time network monitoring
  • Requirement-
  • WinPcap Driver. This driver allows most
    types of network cards to be placed in
    promiscuous mode.
  • Input- user activity.

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Output Display of Packet Information
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Output Network Statistics
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Output Real-time Network monitoring
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What more can be done Some of Many are as
follows..
  • Can capture the traffic of a specific host or
    specific subnet
  • Some PCs may have multiple interfaces. Traffic on
    a specific interface can also be obtained.
  • Incoming traffic to a host or Outgoing traffic
    from a host or Both can be captured.
  • Can store the result to a dump file for later
    purpose.
  • Thank you.

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CyberGauge
Network Management Tool
  • By
  • Saeed Bawazir
  • Abdullah Basalamah
  • CSE 552

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Agenda
  • Overview of CyberGauge Network Management Tool
  • Uses of the Tool and Examples
  • Conclusion

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Overview
  • Windows-based Application Neon Software, Inc
  • Monitor switches, routers, hubs, servers. Etc.
  • SNMP and MIB II
  • Automatically create
  • utilization graphs
  • daily, weekly, and monthly quality of service
    (QoS),
  • Receive alerts for both non-responsive devices
    and traffic thresholds
  • Monitor 5, 10, 20 or 100 devices

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How it works
  • sends an SNMP query over network to router's MIB
  • Several SNMP queries were sent to the router to
    compile a list of the network interfaces present
    on that router, along with each interface's
    maximum speed and its type.
  • another SNMP query was sent to obtain the
    router's name, type, location, how long the
    router had been running, and the person
    responsible for maintaining the router.
  • determine how much bandwidth was consumed during
    the Monitoring Rate interval, and calculates the
    percentage of the total bandwidth available

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Input
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Output
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Output
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Uses of the Tool and Examples
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Uses of the Tool (Device Information)
  • CyberGauge Provides the troubleshooter
  • Name, Type Location of network device
  • Uptime
  • Number of interfaces.(useable/unuseable)
  • Party responsible for device

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Uses of the Tool (Interface Information)
  • For each interface
  • Interface name
  • VLAN
  • IP address
  • Type of network connection (Ethernet,..)
  • Max. speed (not actual)
  • Status

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Uses of the Tool
By CyberGauge CCSE Primary Switch
Device Interfaces Information
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Uses of the Tool (Performance Management)
  • Monitor Network Connectivity
  • Throughput
  • Link Utilization
  • Statistics Collection

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Examples (CCSE ITC)
The IP address used 196.1.65.253
Interfaces Statistics
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Examples (CCSE ITC)
MRTG IN/OUT Throughput for Up Link CCSE-ITC
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Examples (CCSE ITC)
All Interfaces Can be Monitored
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Examples (Local Company)
IN/OUT Utilization for 128K Leased Line
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Examples (Report Generation CCSE Interface)
  • Report can also be generated as the device
  • and interface is specified.
  • Sample Test for an interface in CCSE Switch
  • Date Time IN (Kbps) OUT (Kbps)
  • 09/15/04 113328 252.9 82.4
  • 09/15/04 113343 236.1 61.1
  • 09/15/04 113358 161.9 48.8
  • 09/15/04 113413 184.8 36.7
  • 09/15/04 113428 67.6 108.4
  • 09/15/04 113443 202.2 28.2
  • 09/15/04 113458 283.9 134.3
  • 09/15/04 113513 336.3 66.5
  • 09/15/04 113528 179.0 119.6
  • 09/15/04 113543 223.8 52.1
  • 09/15/04 113558 615.9 39.4

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Conclusion
  • CyberGauge
  • Utility for monitoring bandwidth information from
    any SNMP-based device
  • Answer critical questions How much of my
    Internet bandwidth am I currently using?   Are
    slowdowns in Internet access related to increased
    use of my Internet connection?   Am I getting
    the bandwidth promised by my Internet Service
    Provider (ISP)?  

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MRTG
  • Baher Al-Ramady
  • 978504

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OUTLINE
  • What is MRTG
  • How it works
  • How to use it.
  • Example 1
  • Example 2.

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Multi Router Traffic Grapher
  • Monitor the traffic load on network-links.
  • Open Source Code. Perl C.
  • SNMPv1 SNMPv2.
  • Visual representations of the traffic.

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How MRTG Works
  • SNMP request.
  • Log the response.
  • File size does not increase.
  • Graph the polled data.

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How to use it
  • IP, Community OID.
  • SNMP Agent.
  • perl cfgmaker options community_at_router1
  • cfgmaker public_at_10.221.0.65
  • Make .cfg file.
  • Workdir d\inetpub\wwwroot\
  • Interval 5
  • RunAsDaemon Yes

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Example 1 (Cat3550-335-1145 in 22-335-1 )
Standard Interface MIB
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Example 1 (Graph)
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Example 2
1.3.6.1.2.1.31.1.1.1.6.index
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Example 2 (Graph)
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Conclusion
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Visual Route Server
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Function
  • This VisualRoute Server provides a graphical
    traceroute from this server to any other network
    device you choose, useful for pinpointing network
    connectivity problems and identifying IP
    addresses.
  • VisualRoute Personal Edition combines essential
    networking utilities, including traceroute, ping,
    WHOIS, and reverse DNS, to determine precisely
    where and how traffic is flowing on an Internet
    connection, providing a geographical map of the
    route and the performance of each segment.

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VisualRoute Features 
  • See actual IP address locations - identifies the
    physical city/country location of IP addresses --
    which is often quite different from the IP
    registration location -- and shows the path of an
    Internet connection on a global map.
  • Worldwide WHOIS reporting - get instant domain
    and network registration information from
    worldwide databases, so you can easily report a
    network problem or investigate an IP address.

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VisualRoute Features
  • Internet connectivity analysis - answers the
    question "Why can't I get there from here?" by
    providing an analysis of the Internet from where
    you are to where you want to go. VisualRoute will
    help you to determine if a connectivity problem
    is due to your ISP, the Internet, or the host you
    are trying to reach, and pinpoints which network
    (ie. WorldCom, Verio, Ebone, MSN) a problem is
    in.
  • Automated ping reporting - the Ping Grapher tool
    continuously monitors the response time of a
    network host.
  • Application port testing - reports the
    availability of popular IP services including
    POP3, FTP and SMNP.

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VisualRoute Features
  • eMailTracker - traces an email address to its
    email server, providing helpful information for
    resolving email problems. For identifying the
    source of emails that have been received, use
    VisualRoute together with the popular
    eMailTrackerPro product.

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VisualRoute Outputs
  • VisualRoute provides three types of data an
    overall analysis, a data table, and a
    geographical view of the routing.
  • The analysis section provides the number of
    routing hops, where problems occurred, the web
    server software running at the destination site,
    and identifies any routing loops. 
  • The data table lists information for each hop,
    including packet loss, IP address, node name,
    geographical location, ping response and the
    major Internet backbone where each server
    resides.

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VisualRoute Outputs
  • The zoomable world map gives a graphical
    representation of the actual path of an Internet
    connection.

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VisualRoute Outputs
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Example 1www.ibm.com
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Example 1www.yahoo.com
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JFFNMS
  • Saad Alhowaymel
  • Wael Hamri

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Introduction
  • JFFNMS is a Network Management System designed to
    maintain SNMP / Syslog / Tacacs Networks.
  • It can be used to monitor any standards
    compatible SNMP devices, Servers, or TCP ports.
  • JFFNMS can take input from
  • syslog
  • SNMP traps
  • poll a network element for its status

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Features
  • Alarming of syslog and SNMP trap events
  • SNMP polling of router, switch and network
    interface status
  • Graphing of various statistics of network device
    interfaces
  • Graphing of host information such as CPU, memory
    and disk info.
  • Notification via email based upon complex alarm
    filtering
  • Configurable Event Types and Security Levels

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Features
  • Advanced Event Filter
  • Interface Auto-discovery
  • Open Source
  • http//sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group
    _id46041
  • Total Administration via web
  • Etc..
  • www.jffnms.org/features.php

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Installation
  • Install Apache Windows
  • Install MySQL
  • Install PHP
  • Install JFFNMS
  • Integration Packages
  • Install RRDTOOL
  • Install NMAPWin
  • Configuration

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Definitions - (SNMP)
  • An application layer protocol that facilitates
    the exchange of management information between
    network devices.
  • It is part of the Transmission Control
    Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) protocol
    suite.
  • SNMP enables network administrators to manage
    network performance, find and solve network
    problems, and plan for network growth.

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Definitions - TACACS
  • A recent protocol providing detailed accounting
    information and flexible administrative control
    over authentication and authorization processes.
  • Facilitated through AAA and can be enabled only
    through AAA commands. There is a draft RFC
    detailing this protocol.

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Definitions syslog.
  • This protocol has been used for the transmission
    of event notification messages across networks
    for many years.
  • Developed on the University of California
    Berkeley Software Distribution

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Definitions
  • Hosts All network devices or network elements
  • Interface an attribute or property of a host
    something you want to monitor on the host
  • Interface type describes what information needs
    to be collected, stored and how it is discovered
  • Raw event Information comes from various external
    sources syslog line or SNMP trap
  • Alarm is a status change of an interface

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Demo
  • Administrators are Users who are doing work on
    the JFFNMS system itself adding users, changing
    interfaces and even working on the pollers or
    notifications screens.
  • Operators are Users who would use JFFNMS as a
    monitoring tool, but they don't change JFFNMS
    configuration.
  • customers are people who are assigned interfaces
    and may get a username (but not be a User) to see
    the performance of those interfaces.

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Demo
  • http//jffnms.netzwerker.net/

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Thank you
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Network Management Tool
  • By
  • Al-Shahrani, Adel S.
  • 986074
  • September 18,2004

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Outline
  • Introduction
  • Tools Features
  • Downloading, installation
  • Using tool
  • Conclusion

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Introduction
  • NetRAT Software provides network discovery and
    analysis software that
  • Discover, analyze and compare assets found
    across the enterprise. 
  • It can compare historical reports highlighting
    changes, additions and deletions to the network

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Tools Features
  • Discovery of resource types (provider, domains,
    workgroups, computers or terminal shares)
  • SNMP analysis displays devices and details if
    filled out on the box in a network tree view or
    network diagrams.
  • LDAP E-mail
  • Customized ping, portscans, Traceroute and WHOIS

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Tools Features (Cont.)
  • Detailed discoveries can be run against
  • Servers
  • Accounts
  • Groups
  • Privileges
  • File Security
  • Registry Viewing
  • Files/Keyword Searches
  • Differential Analysis
  • Log Analysis
  • Reports, Charting and Diagramming
  • Data Protection

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Downloading Installation
  • By downloading trial version from NetRAT Site.
  • Run Setup.exe and complete installing the tool

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Using the Tool
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Conclusion
  • NetRAT is network discovery tool
  • Reports
  • Compare Historical Data
  • Protecting Data

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Thank You
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LANsurveyor 8.5
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Introduction
  • LANsurveyor is a network management software .
  • Use to automatically map networks of any size.
  • Provide a graphical interface so you can manage
    your network from anywhere on the network.
  • Provide software and hardware inventory reports.

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Enter Map Parameters
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Draw Your Map
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Create Poll Lists
  • Verifies that map objects are responsive
  • Provides statistics on how quickly the object
    responds.

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Poll List Window
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Conclusion
  • Trail period one week.
  • 495.
  • www.neon.com.

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CSE 552Network Management
  • Name Fahd Ahmad Abdulhameed
  • ID 978509
  • ManageEngine OpManager 5
  • 18 September 2004

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ManageEngine OpManager 5
  • System Requirements
  • Features
  • How is it work?
  • Samples

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ManageEngine OpManager 5
  • System Requirements
  • Any 32-bit x86 compatible Processor running above
    700 MHz
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 200 MB Hard disk space
  • 24-bit color display

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ManageEngine OpManager 5
  • OpManager Features
  • WAN Monitoring
  • Server Monitoring
  • Switch Monitoring
  • Printer Monitoring
  • CPU, Memory Disk Monitoring
  • Fault Performance Monitoring
  • Adaptive Management
  • Networking Tools
  • Client Options

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ManageEngine OpManager 5
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ManageEngine OpManager 5
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CommTraffic
  • CSE 552 Network Managment
  • Name Khaled Al-Motairi
  • ID 983072

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Overview
  • Displays statistics in graphical and numeric form
  • generate an array of reports that reflect the
    network traffic volume and Internet connection
    expenses
  • view the traffic statistics by local hosts,
    remote hosts, IP protocols and remote/local
    TCP/UDP ports

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  • WWW http//www.tamos.com

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WHAT IS Perl?
  • Perl is a language like C/C, C, JAVAetc.
  • Open Source.
  • Can be run over most existence platforms.

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Perl Network Management
  • Two ways to implement SNMP in Perl
  • Call command-line programs
  • (e.g. UCD-SNMP)
  • Need a community name on the command line.
  • Using Perl SNMP module.
  • NetSNMP by David M. Town
  • SNMP_Session.pm by Simon Leinen
  • SNMP Extension Module v.3.1.0 for UCD SNMPv3
    library (or SNMP)by G.S. Marzot.

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Perl SNMP modules
NetSNMP SNMP_Session.pm SNMP
SNMPv1 ? ? ?
SNMPv2 ? ?
SNMPv3 ?
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Perl SNMP modules (cont.)
  • SNMP need to be linked against a separate
    pre_built UCD-SNMP library, while NetSNMP and
    SNMP_Session.pm can work with Perl alone.
  • UCD-SNMP library can be built in your platform.
  • Best selection is SNMP.

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Examples
  • Check handout given

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Questions
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Simple Router Grapher (SRG)
  • By
  • Hassan M. Al-Matouq

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Outline
  • Introduction to SRG
  • Overview of SRG
  • Applications
  • Examples

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Introduction
  • Delphi Applic.
  • Monitors SNMP device/local computer
  • Displays info as a graph/text

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Overview
  • Local Computer asks Windows for values
  • Host name
  • Local IP
  • Upload/download
  • CPU usage
  • Free/used RAM
  • Uptime
  • Free disk space

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Overview
  • SNMP Device sends SNMP queries (OID)
  • Host Name
  • IP
  • Download/uploadetc.

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Applications
  • Monitoring traffic
  • Collecting statistics

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Examples
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LANsurveyor
  • CSE-552 Network Management

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Overview Features
  • LANsurveyor is easy to use, proven network and
    desktop management software.
  • Draws network map showing the logical
    connectivity of your network  
  • Make queries to network objects  
  • Scan your network for intruders. (Intrusion
    Detection System)

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Overview Features
  • Real-time Network Monitoring using alerts
  • Generates Managed Hub/Switch Reports
  • Asset Management
  • Desktop Management (Shutdown, Restart,
    synchronize clocks)

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Draw Logical Network Map
  • Select the protocols to use for searching
  • Provide community strings for SNMP devices if
    any.
  • Provide IP Address range to saerch

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Draw Logical Network Map
  • Sends
  • SNMP Requests
  • ICMP Request
  • Searches
  • Subnets
  • Nodes
  • Routers
  • Switches

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Draw Logical Network Map
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SNMPc from Castle Rock Computing
  • Yasser Alsawy

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Features
  • Monitors SNMP devices, WAN Links, Servers and
    Applications
  • Supports SNMP v1, v2 and secure SNMP v3
  • Scalable, Distributed Architecture
  • Email/Pager Event Notification
  • Vendor Independent - Manages any SNMP device from
    any vendor
  • Key Network Metrics (e.g. Utilization)
  • Automatic WEB Printed Trend Reports
  • Live/Standby Servers with automatic failover
  • Automatic Baseline Alarms
  • Runs as Windows Service
  • Remote Console JAVA Access
  • Real-time MIB Displays
  • Automated Network Discovery
  • Programming Interfaces
  • OEM Version Available

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Two types offered
  • SNMPc Enterprise Edition employs a distributed
    polling agent architecture to provide a high
    performance solution capable of monitoring
    networks from several hundred devices to tens of
    thousands. Remote software and Web based consoles
    provide network information to everyone who needs
    it.
  • SNMPc Workgroup Edition is an affordable version
    of SNMPc suitable for a single user and small to
    medium sized networks.

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Scalability
  • Multiple Login Consoles
  • SNMPc Enterprise provides remote access
    consoles through JAVA or Windows based client
    software. Each remote user is assigned a security
    level and unique view of the network based on
    their user login. The ability to provide
    individual network views is useful in large
    corporate or MSP/ISP environments.
  • Manager of Managers
  • SNMPc Enterprise can be deployed as a
    hierarchical management system providing a single
    view for multiple branch level SNMPc
    installations. A full peer-to-peer architecture
    is supported where each SNMPc Enterprise can be
    both a branch and top level manager
    simultaneously. This lets you to deploy a
    scalable fault tolerant management system.
    Existing customers have used this architecture to
    deploy solutions monitoring networks in excess of
    200,000 devices.

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Reliability
  • Live/Standby Servers
  • To ensure a reliable 24/7 network monitoring
    solution SNMPc Enterprise supports live/standby
    management servers. The backup SNMPc server
    continually monitors the primary server and in
    the event of a failure automatically takes over
    all network management functions. An automated
    failover process includes the reconfiguration of
    any distributed polling agents in the network.
    Through the standby server feature, users can
    continue to monitor their network if the primary
    system is disabled through system failure, human
    error or other unforeseen circumstances.

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Console options
  • JAVA Console
  • The SNMPc Remote Access Extension supports a
    JAVA based remote console. The JAVA console can
    be used from any Internet or Intranet connected
    computer, including Apple, Linux and Windows
    systems. The SNMPc Java Console is optimized for
    low speed WAN lines, making it well suited for
    use by outsourced Network Service and Help Desk
    personnel.
  • Basic functionality includes user specific
    topology map displays, event log views, and
    real-time MIB table/graph displays. Long-term
    trend reports can be viewed after selection with
    a calendar control. Also included is a JAVA proxy
    Telnet application for configuration of Cisco
    routers and other devices.

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Network mapping
  • Advanced Network Mapping
  • SNMPc supports a multi-level hierarchical map.
    Each hierarchy can represent cities, buildings,
    or subnetworks. Imported bitmaps of geographic
    maps or floor plans, along with manual or
    automatic network placement, lets you create a
    layout that closely matches the actual network.
  • SNMPc can automatically lay out each map
    network as a tree, ring, or bus topology. Each
    map object uses a device specific or user
    selected icon, and the object color indicates the
    device status. You can start any device specific
    application by double clicking map icons.
  • The Map Navigation Tool Window displays the map
    as a tree for direct selection of objects. The
    Navigation tree also displays the current alarm
    status of each subnet to quickly locate failing
    devices.
  • The map window Full Zoom feature automatically
    moves and zooms the view so that all devices are
    always visible in the window. The Pan/Zoom
    feature lets you select a region to zoom into
    from the complete set of devices in a view.

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Monitoring Alerts
  • Availability and Status Polling
  • SNMPc automatically discovers and polls
    SNMP/ICMP, WEB, FTP, SMTP, and TELNET services,
    as well as up to 16 user-selectable TCP services
    per node. Each application can also be configured
    to match on "success strings" returned by the
    service. Along with real-time service status,
    SNMPc Enterprise also provides WEB-based
    Availability Reports.
  • Automatic Threshold Alarms
  • Once Trend Reporting is setup, Polling Agents
    monitor all report variables for a learning
    period and calculate a baseline for typical
    patterns.
  • Thereafter, the Polling Agents compare the
    actual polled data to the baseline and generate
    alarms when variables deviate excessively from
    the baseline. Polling Agents automatically adjust
    baselines as traffic patterns change. You can
    also manually configure alarm thresholds for any
    polled variable.
  • Alerting
  • SNMPc changes the color of map objects and
    performs other actions based on received events.
    Event Action Filters select the action to take
    when an event occurs. An "easy event" filter
    option lets you to create event filters directly
    from log file entries.
  • SNMPc offers a wide range of event actions
    including
  • Email, Page
  • Play WAV Sound
  • Execute Application
  • Forward SNMP Trap
  • Pop-up Alarm Window

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Trend Reporting
  • Scheduled Printed and WEB Reports
  • SNMPc Enterprise automatically generates
    scheduled daily, weekly, and monthly statistic
    reports. Report formats include graph, bar chart,
    distribution, and summary. They can be exported
    to a variety of destinations, including printers,
    files, or a WEB server.
  • SNMPc Enterprise report setup is very simple.
    After selecting a group of nodes, simply select
    the report, the reporting style, destination, and
    schedule. SNMPc Enterprise automatically collects
    the data and gererates the reports. You can use
    the included TrendView application or a WEB
    browser to view reports from any workstation.
  • ODBC Export
  • SNMPc Enterprise can automatically export all
    saved long-term statistics to industry standard
    ODBC databases. Use familiar tools such as
    Seagate Crystal Reports or Microsoft Access to
    generate customized trend reports.

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Manage console
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Active events
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