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-==== Network Explorer ====+==== The Network Explorer ====
  
-[[NetworkExplorer|{{tools:​network-explorer.png|the Network Explorer}}]] [[NetworkExplorer|Network explorer]] displays the network resources in tree structured manner. You can drill down for details or use the search utility to locate what you are interested in.+[[NetworkExplorer|{{tools:​network-explorer.png|the Network Explorer}}]] [[NetworkExplorer|The Network explorer]] displays the network resources in tree structured manner. You can drill down for details or use the search utility to locate what you are interested in.
  
  
-==== The traffic Map ====+==== The Geographical Map ==== 
 +[[geomap|{{tools:​geomap.png|the Geographical Map}}]] [[geomap|The geographical map]]  shows network topology and traffic ​on an [[http://​www.openstreetmap.org/​|OpenStreetMap]]. You can view the current traffic conditions or you can step back in time. 
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 +==== The Network Weather ​Map ==== 
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 +[[netmap|{{tools:​vlanplot.png|the Network Weather Map}}]] [[netmap|The network weather map]] displays the layer 3 and layer 2 topology and current traffic conditions. Dropdown menues give detailed information and links to the traffic statistics.
  
-[[TrafficMap|{{tools:​vlanplot.png|the Traffic Map}}]] [[TrafficMap|The traffic map]] gives a graphical view of the network. Min/​Max/​Average load in a timeframe, or the current load. 
  
 ==== The report tool ==== ==== The report tool ====
  
-[[ReportTool|{{tools:​report.png|the Report Tool}}]] [[ReportTool|The report tool]] is a highly customizable report generator that displays information from the NAV database. ​The report tool also links to the IP device center ​and to the IP address ​scope matrix ​view.+[[ReportTool|{{tools:​report.png|the Report Tool}}]] [[ReportTool|The report tool]] is a highly customizable report generator that displays information from the NAV database. ​Information on software version, equipment type, location etc. Also detailed information of router ​and switch ports with data on IP address ​/ prefixes, vlans, port speed and duplex etc. CSV export supported. Includes a subnet ​matrix ​that gives a good overview of your allocated IPv4 and IPv6 prefixes. Also includes an overall downtime report for last month and a report that list unregistered network gear (based on CDP, soon LLPD, discovery). 
  
 +==== IP Device Info ====
  
 +[[IPDeviceInfo|{{:​tools:​ipdevinfo.png|the IP Device Info tool}}]] [[IPDeviceInfo|the IP Device Info tool]] displays all information NAV has collected for a device. For routers and switches this includes a graphical layout of all ports showing link speed, duplex, vlan and status. A separate view displays the link history of switch ports thus giving an overview of the switch port utilization ratio.
  
 ==== Statistics ==== ==== Statistics ====
  
-[[SortedStats|{{tools:​stats.png|Statistics}}]] NAV uses Cricket to collect statistical data such as interface counters, CPU load, memory usage and more. See [[howtoconfigurecricket]] for information on how to expand the set of cricket statistics that is collected. ​+[[SortedStats|{{tools:​stats.png|Statistics}}]] NAV uses Cricket to collect statistical data such as interface counters, CPU load, memory usage, temperature ​and more. See [[howtoconfigurecricket]] for information on how to expand the set of cricket statistics that is collected. ​
  
 The statistics tool also includes a [[SortedStats|ranked statistics feature]] that displays tabular reports on the interfaces with heaviest load, the router with highest CPU usage and so forth. The statistics tool also includes a [[SortedStats|ranked statistics feature]] that displays tabular reports on the interfaces with heaviest load, the router with highest CPU usage and so forth.
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  ==== The Machine Tracker ====  ==== The Machine Tracker ====
  
-[[MachineTracker|{{tools:​machinetracker.png|the Machine Tracker}}]] [[MachineTracker|The machine tracker]] lets you find IP or MAC adresses ​that are or have been in operation. Mac addresses are tracked down to their connected switch port. +[[MachineTracker|{{tools:​machinetracker.png|the Machine Tracker}}]] [[MachineTracker|The machine tracker]] lets you find IPv4, IPv6 or MAC addresses ​that are or have been in operation. Mac addresses are tracked down to their connected switch port.  
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 +==== Mac Watch ==== 
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 +[[macwatch|{{tools:​macwatch.png|Mac Watch}}]] [[macwatch|Mac watch]] lets you set up a list of mac addresses that you want to track. When one of these mac addresses appear on the network, an alarm is triggered. 
  
 ==== Layer 2 Traceroute ==== ==== Layer 2 Traceroute ====
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 are collected by the syslog deamon. ​ are collected by the syslog deamon. ​
  
-==== Arnold - a switchport blocking tool ====+==== Arnold - a switchport blocking/​quarantine ​tool ====
  
-[[arnold|{{tools:​arnold.png|Arnold - the port blocker}}]] [[arnold|Arnold]] is a switchport blocking tool. Use it to manually block switch ports or use the backend ​feature and run automated blocking raids.+[[arnold|{{tools:​arnold.png|Arnold - the port blocker}}]] [[arnold|Arnold]] is a switchport blocking tool. Use it to manually block switch ports or change ​the vlan of the port (to quarantine machines). Use the back end feature ​of Arnold ​and run automated blocking/​quarantine  ​raids.
    
  
-==== Edit Database ====+==== Seed Database ====
  
-[[SeedEssentials|{{tools:​editdb.png|Seed the database}}]] [[SeedEssentials|Edit Database]] is the tool for seeding ​you NAV database with essential informations. ​+[[SeedEssentials|{{tools:​editdb.png|Seed the database}}]] [[SeedEssentials|Seed Database]] is the tool for seeding ​your NAV database with essential informations. ​
  
 ==== Messages ==== ==== Messages ====
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 [[MaintenanceTasks|{{tools:​maintenance.png|Maintenance}}]] [[MaintenanceTasks|Maintenance tasks]] is where you create and edit equipment maintenance schedules. Equipment on maintenance does not cause alerts when down or unavailable. [[MaintenanceTasks|{{tools:​maintenance.png|Maintenance}}]] [[MaintenanceTasks|Maintenance tasks]] is where you create and edit equipment maintenance schedules. Equipment on maintenance does not cause alerts when down or unavailable.
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 +==== Threshold Manager ====
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 +[[ThresholdManager|{{:​threshold.png|Threshold Manager}}]] [[ThresholdManager|The threshold manager]] is the user interface for configuring and managing threshold values for all collected (RRD-based) statistics in NAV.
  
 ==== User administration ====  ==== User administration ==== 
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 [[UserAdminPanel|{{tools:​useradmin.png|User Administration}}]] [[UserAdminPanel|The user administration panel]] lets you control NAV user accounts, group memberships and access privileges. [[UserAdminPanel|{{tools:​useradmin.png|User Administration}}]] [[UserAdminPanel|The user administration panel]] lets you control NAV user accounts, group memberships and access privileges.
  
-==== Device Management ==== 
  
-[[DeviceManagement|{{tools:devman.png|Device History}}]] [[DeviceManagement|The device management ​tool]] lets you view device history, register error events, RMAs and more.+==== The Radius Accounting tool ==== 
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 +[[Radius|{{:tools:radius.png|the Radius accounting tool}}]] [[Radius|The Radius accounting ​tool]] lets you search for users that has logged in using a radius server (i.e. eduroam users) 
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 +==== Device History ====
  
 +[[DeviceManagement|{{tools:​devman.png|Device History}}]] [[DeviceManagement|The device history tool]] lets you view device history, register error events, or delete modules that are down and no longer are in operation
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