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Need to consolidate network management and respond rapidly to failures?
JP1/Network Node Manager i uses industry-standard SNMP to manage your entire network from a central graphical map. JP1/Network Node Manager i detects nodes in the network and then automatically creates an up-to-date network configuration map (topology map). Each icon used to represent a managed node changes color according to the node's status, making it easy to identify problems. When a failure occurs that results in a large number of problems, the RCA function can be used to identify the most important events that need to be addressed, so that administrators can be notified accordingly and the failure can be promptly resolved. In addition, by linking this product with JP1/SNMP System Observer (for monitoring system resources and application processes), you can seamlessly check the statuses of system resources and application processes in addition to the network configuration and failure status.
SNMP: Simple Network Management Protocol
RCA: Root cause analysis
JP1 is capable of automatically detecting network configurations even when networks incorporate advanced technologies such as router redundancy or switch redundancy (link aggregation). For configurations that use redundant routers, JP1 helps you distinguish between failures that cause a switchover to the secondary router and those that cause both the primary and secondary routers to go down. Similarly, for configurations that implement link aggregation using switches, you can distinguish failures that cause the disconnection of just a few links from those that cause the disconnection of all links. These functions help administrators more accurately determine the urgency with which a particular failure needs to be addressed.
By installing regional managers to manage the networks of each business location and a global manager to manage the regional managers, you can unify the management of large-scale network environments. Even for locations that are unable to directly communicate with the global manager, you can monitor the devices used at those locations via the regional managers installed there.