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- Log on
- Navigate the Console
- Views Available in NNMi
- Use Views to Display Data
- Use Hypervisor Diagrams and Dialogs
- Work with Objects
- Display Information About NNMi
- Display NNMi Version and License Information
- Use Actions to Perform Tasks
- NNMi's Global Network Management Feature (NNMi Advanced)
- Learn Your Network Inventory
- Access Device Details
- Schedule Outages for Nodes or Node Groups
- Explore SNMP MIB Source Information
- Use the MIB Browser
- View Maps (Network Connectivity)
- Monitor Devices for Problems
- Monitor Incidents for Problems
- Investigate and Diagnose Problems
- View Lists of the Unmanaged Objects in Your Network
- Check the Status of NNMi
- Monitor Performance with Network Reports
- Monitor with the NNM iSPI Performance for QA
- Monitor with the NNM iSPI Performance for Traffic
- Monitor with the NNM iSPI for MPLS
- Monitor with the NNM iSPI for IP Multicast
- Monitor with the NNM iSPI for IP Telephony
To confirm that NNMi is running properly, check NNMi status. If one or more of the NNMi processes or services are not running, contact your NNMi administrator to have the process or service restarted.
To check the health of NNMi:
From the NNMi console, select Tools → NNMi Status.
NNMi displays a list showing the status of each process and service.
Each process and service should be running. If one is not, contact your NNMi administrator.
To check the health of the State Poller and Custom Poller:
- From the NNMi console, select Help → System Information.
Navigate to the State Poller tab.
NNMi displays the status of the State Poller, including details about collections, queues, and currently managed objects.
Navigate to the Custom Poller tab.
NNMi displays the status of the Custom Poller, including details about collections, queues, and currently managed objects.
Requires Network Node Manager iSPI Network Engineering Toolset Software (NNM iSPI NET).
When viewing an NNMi topology map that was exported to Visio, you can temporarily hide the Connections or Connection Labels using the View menu.
To hide the Connections or Connection Labels from a map that was exported to Visio:
Open the Visio diagram of interest.
- Select Home → Layers → Layer Properties.
To hide the Connections from the Visio Diagram clear the check box that appears in the Visible column next to the Connector name as shown in the following example.
To hide the Connector Labels, clear the check box that appears in the Visible column next to the Connector Label name.
- Click Apply to apply the changes.
- Click OK to close the dialog.
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