This course covers the installation, configuration, use, customization, integration of Tivoli Network Manager 4.1 with Netcool/OMNIbus, and network monitoring using the Network Manager Pollers. It consists of approximately 40% lecture and 60% hands-on exercises. The course begins with a basic overview of product components and their associated functions. You configure Tivoli Network Manager and perform a full discovery of simulated networks. To further understand the intricacies of the discovery cycle, you customize discovery by changing the behavior of finders and agents. You also learn to create real-time MIB graphs, control polling behavior, connect isolated networks through manual map editing, and use the reporting functions of IBM Tivoli Network Manager.
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Install IBM Tivoli Network Manager 3.9 as a non-root user
Navigate the Network Manager interface
Describe discovery in the context of Tivoli Network Manager IP Edition
Configure and run a network discovery
Schedule automatic full discoveries
Use the data collector
Build and use discovery filters
Troubleshoot discovery issues
Build network partition views
View device link status and capacity information
Manually instantiate undiscovered devices and connections.
Use the Topoviz Hop View and Network Partition view
Create a network view with multiple domains
Configure and customize Network Manager polling behavior
Schedule event-based reports
View asset and discovery reports
Perform stitcher customizations to add custom data to a discovery
Configure adaptive polling
Configure database access
Configure a custom report
Schedule a report snapshot
This intermediate-level course is for administrators or integrators who are responsible for configuring and using Tivoli Network Manager.
You should have:
Skills in basic Linux shell script editing using vi or gedit
Understanding of the function of routers and switches and layers 2 and 3 of the Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) model
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