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NMS Case Study HP OpenView Network Node Manager. Hong-taek Ju DP&NM Lab. Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering POSTECH, Pohang Korea Tel: +82-562-279-5659 Email: [email protected] http://dpnm.postech.ac.kr/. System Requirement. HP Systems

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Nms case study hp openview network node manager

NMS Case StudyHP OpenViewNetwork Node Manager

Hong-taek Ju

DP&NM Lab.

Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering

POSTECH, Pohang Korea

Tel: +82-562-279-5659

Email: [email protected]


System requirement
System Requirement

  • HP Systems

    • HP 9000 Servers and Workstations, HP-UX 10.20, 11.0

    • RAM: 96 MB recommended, disk space: 450 MB(+120 MB of swap)

    • Bit-mapped display or X-terminal including X-Windows

  • Sun Systems

    • SunSPARC and Ultra Servers,Solaris 2.5.1, 2.6

    • RAM: 96 MB recommended, Disk space: 500 MB (+120 MB of swap)

    • Bit-mapped display or X-Terminal including X-Windows

  • Windows NT Systems

    • Intel Pentium processor, Windows NT version 4.0 with TCP/IP

    • Ram: 96 MB RAM, Disk space: 450 MB(+120 MB free paging)

    • 800x600 monitor with SVGA graphics card

  • Web Servers Supported

    • Apache on HP-UX and Solaris

    • Internet Information Services on the Windows NT

Features 1
Features - 1

  • Automated Discovery and Layout

    • For TCP/IP, IPX and Level 2 devices

    • Connectivity, Port and VLAN View

    • continuously monitors the network for new devices and for the status of equipment

  • Event Correlation Technology

    • identifies problems faster through an advanced event correlation engine.

    • Out-of-the-box correlation logic is included

    • The Event Correlation Specification Designer allows development and testing of correlation logics

Features 2
Features - 2

  • Java-based user interface

    • The Web Launcher allows operators to start Java-based applications such as the Network Presenter, the Alarms Browser and the SNMP Data Presenter from anywhere

    • The Network Presenter and the Alarms Browser dynamically update maps and events automatically

  • Proactive management through reporting and data warehousing

    • Out-of-the-box reports enable proactive trend analysis

    • topology, event and SNMP-collected data is exported to its data warehouse

  • Fault tolerance capabilities

    • users can schedule back-ups

Support utilities
Support utilities

  • NNM Developer’s toolkit

    • Application Program Interface (API ) to access the rich feature set of NNM

    • A common SNMP API provide access to the bilingual SNMP protocol stack for v1 and v2c

    • An Windows API enables GUI integration via easy-to-access library routine

    • C and C++ header files and Java Classes let you program your application in the widely deployed environment

  • Customer Views

    • Customer oriented network management

  • Smart way to manage your Cisco netwrok


  • Plenty of reliable basic features: Map generation,..

  • No high level functions: Summary, filtering, logging

  • Developer’s Toolkit may be essential component in our development