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- Set Up Application Failover
- Configure NNMi in a High Availability Cluster
- NNMi and NNM iSPI Default Ports
- General Concepts for Configuration
- Configure NNMi to Use a Different Java Development Kit
- NNMi Communications
- NNMi Discovery
- NNMi State Polling
- NNMi Incidents
- Configure NNMi Console
- NNMi Auditing
- Manage Certificates
- Use Single Sign-On (SSO) with NNMi
- Configure NNMi to Support Public Key Infrastructure User Authentication
- Configuring the Telnet and SSH Protocols for Use by NNMi
- Integrate NNMi with a Directory Service through LDAP
- Multihomed NNMi Management Server
- Managing Overlapping IP Addresses in NAT Environments
- NNMi Security and Multi-Tenancy
- Configure NNMi to Work in a GNM Environment
- Configuring NNMi Advanced for IPv6
- Quick Start Configuration Wizard
- Manage environment variables
- Console features useful for configuration tasks
- Actions provided by NNMi
- Processes and services
- Connect multiple NNMi Management Servers (NNMi Advanced)
- Configure communication protocol
- Discover your network
- Configure Device Profiles (sysObjectIDs)
- Create Groups of Nodes or Interfaces
- Monitor Network Health
- Configure the NNMi User Interface
- Configure Security
- Configure Incidents
- Use RAMS with NNMi Advanced
- Extend NNMi Capabilities
- Integrate NNMi Elsewhere with URLs
- Administer SNMP Traps
- Maintain NNMi
- Security Configuration
- Modify Default Settings
- NNMi Logging
- NNMi Northbound Interface
- Use Operations Bridge Reporter to View Reports
- Network Node Manager i Reference Pages
- Administer NPS
- Administer the NNM iSPI Performance for QA
- Administer the NNM iSPI Performance for Traffic
- Administer the NNM iSPI for MPLS
- Administer the NNM iSPI for IP Multicast
- Administer the NNM iSPI for IP Telephony
NNMi administrators control which network devices NNMi monitors. By monitoring only the devices that are important within your network environment, the amount of traffic generated by NNM is kept to a minimum. NNMi administrators can configure NNMi to check devices with status other than critical less frequently (if at all) to prevent unimportant incidents from showing up in the Incident views.
Before configuring NNMi monitoring behavior, the following tasks must be completed:
For the most flexibility, also complete these tasks:
- Review the Interface Groups Provided by NNMi and Node Groups Provided by NNMi.
- Create your own groups by Create Groups of Nodes or Interfaces.
For ideas about what is possible, see these topics:
NNMi administrators configure NNMi monitoring behavior to meet your team's needs:
Start by establishing the appropriate settings for the monitoring tools provided by NNMi. See Configure NNMi Monitoring Behavior.
The State Poller and the Causal Engine work together to monitor the health of your network. Many of the tasks your team normally does to troubleshoot network problems can be automated. To learn more about how this works, see the following topics:
Then write your own custom monitoring tools to meet any special requirements for your team. See Create Custom Polling Configurations.
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