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navfeatures [2012/01/29 20:14]
faltin [NAV functionality]
navfeatures [2012/05/08 09:38] (current)
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   * A [[layer2trace|layer 2 traceroute tool]] (16) that traces the physical path between two machines in the network. ​   * A [[layer2trace|layer 2 traceroute tool]] (16) that traces the physical path between two machines in the network. ​
  
-  * [[reporttool|Reports]] (13) that lists the inventory of routers and switches in the network. 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. CSC 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).+  * [[reporttool|Reports]] (13) that lists the inventory of routers and switches in the network. 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 LLDP, discovery).
  
   * An [[ipdeviceinfo|IP Device Info tool]] (15) that serves as a dashboard presenting all collected information about a device. For switches and routers 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.   * An [[ipdeviceinfo|IP Device Info tool]] (15) that serves as a dashboard presenting all collected information about a device. For switches and routers 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.
  
-  * A [[devicemanagement|device ​histoy ​tool]] (14) that displays all occurred events for a physical device (a given serial number). ​+  * A [[devicemanagement|device ​history ​tool]] (14) that displays all occurred events for a physical device (a given serial number). ​
  
   * A [[backendprocesses#​thresholdmon|threshold monitor]] (7) that gives alarms based on high load / high error rates or severe CPU load etc. The threshold monitor is highly configurable through [[thresholdmanager|the Threshold Manager web interface]]. The monitor understand states and will prevent alarm flapping by using hysteresis.   * A [[backendprocesses#​thresholdmon|threshold monitor]] (7) that gives alarms based on high load / high error rates or severe CPU load etc. The threshold monitor is highly configurable through [[thresholdmanager|the Threshold Manager web interface]]. The monitor understand states and will prevent alarm flapping by using hysteresis.
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   * A [[backendprocesses#​servicemon|service monitor]] (6) that reports on service outages. Support the most important services; ssh, http(s), imap(s), pop, smtp, smb, rpc, dns, smb, dc, rpc, dhcp, ftp, smb, mysql, postresql, oracle, radius. Can easily be expanded to support more services.   * A [[backendprocesses#​servicemon|service monitor]] (6) that reports on service outages. Support the most important services; ssh, http(s), imap(s), pop, smtp, smb, rpc, dns, smb, dc, rpc, dhcp, ftp, smb, mysql, postresql, oracle, radius. Can easily be expanded to support more services.
    
-  * A general [[backendprocesses#​eventengine|event system]] (8) that processes all events, including alarms from external systemssent as snmptrap or email (using ​[[devel:​blueprints:​mailin|mailin]]).+  * A general [[backendprocesses#​eventengine|event system]] (8) that processes all events, including alarms from external systems. Alarms from external systems are either ​sent as snmptrap ​to the NAV [[snmptrapd|snmp trap daemon]] ​or as email to NAV'​s ​[[devel:​blueprints:​mailin|mailin ​system]].
  
   * A flexible [[backendprocesses#​alertengine|alert system]] (9), where each NAV user can adjust his own profile (using [[alertprofiles|the tool alert profiles]], 21) with fine-grained control options. Currently support for sending email, SMS and jabber alerts. The profiles can be made to adjust the volume and types/​severities of alarms wanted, this as a function of time and day of the week.    * A flexible [[backendprocesses#​alertengine|alert system]] (9), where each NAV user can adjust his own profile (using [[alertprofiles|the tool alert profiles]], 21) with fine-grained control options. Currently support for sending email, SMS and jabber alerts. The profiles can be made to adjust the volume and types/​severities of alarms wanted, this as a function of time and day of the week. 
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