Monitor and manage Cisco environments with ManageEngine OpManager Cisco, a pioneer in the IT industry, offers a wide variety of devices ranging from switches to blade servers to address all IT management needs of SMBs and enterprises. Managing a full Cisco IT store involves many management challenges, such as monitoring availability and performance, managing setting up changes, filing firewall logs, troubleshooting bandwidth issues, and more. OpManager Cisco monitoring capabilities provide comprehensive management support for Cisco environments.
OpManager supports a wide range of Cisco devices, such as ASR series, Catalyst series, Nexus, UCS, etc. and technologies such as NetFlow, IP SLA, CBQoS, NBAR, and more. The OpManager Cisco Monitor takes a comprehensive approach and supports all these devices and technologies with one hand so you may view, analyze, and control them from a single console/dashboard/panel.
Tracing is very essential because it helps to proactively identify problems. Since networks are the backbone of today's business operations, it is very impossible to have even a few minutes of inactivity. Monitoring the network through scripts or manually is of no use as both approaches are reactive. OpManager is a Cisco monitoring tool that takes a 3-step approach to monitoring Cisco devices: data collection, threshold verification, and failure notice. It monitors all Cisco network devices, such as Nexus, ASR, Catalyst series through SNMP and CLI protocols, and monitors Cisco UCS through UCS Manager API.
OpManager periodically monitors Cisco devices and verifies the collected value with the established threshold levels and notifies assigned technicians and network administrators by email and SMS about the failure once the threshold is breached. No manual intervention is required. This helps you identify the failure in its initial stage and fix it before it affects the company or end users.
OpManager supports more than 1000 out-of-the-box Cisco devices. Once you install OpManager, you do not have to spend a lot of time on the setting up. You may start monitoring them right away and receive failure alerts.
Out-of-the-box OpManager monitors performance metrics such as CPU/memory utilization, backplane utilization, buffer hits, buffer failures, input/output packet drops, CRC errors, interface collisions, interface input/output bits, and much more via SNMP periodically. You may easily create customized SNMP monitors from Cisco MIBS.
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Interfaces must be monitored because they decide network connectivity. The OpManager Cisco Port Monitor recognizes more than 230 interface types and monitors them to verify their availability, traffic, errors, and discards via SNMP. It may set thresholds for all these performance metrics and proactively monitor them.
Network maps graphically represent connectivity between devices and other networks. OpManager draws a network map upon discovering the seed device and other interconnected devices, and draws a map. The map is always up-to-date, as it automatically adds or removes devices once they are added or removed from the network.
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OpManager monitors the performance of all blade servers, mesh interconnections, mesh extenders, virtual interface cards, rackmount servers, and so on. Leverages UCS Manager XML API to monitor components. OpManager also supports VMware monitoring for virtual machines within UCS. The benefit of this Cisco network monitoring tool is that you may monitor your network and server infrastructure together from a single console/dashboard/panel.
The most common bandwidth issue reported by end users is that they find it slow to access business-critical applications. For more visibility into these issues, SNMP-based monitoring is useless. You must adopt advanced technologies such as Cisco NetFlow to understand the usage of your bandwidth across applications, users, and devices. With NetFlow-based monitoring, you may carry out an in-depth traffic analysis and determine who, what, when, and where of bandwidth usage.
OpManager Cisco Port Monitor gives you the correct information you need about your bandwidth by performing real-time security analysis and network traffic monitoring. NetFlow/IPFIX flows are typically exported from Cisco routers, switches, and firewalls to the NetFlow collector within OpManager, where the collected flows are stored in the database for further analysis. It helps you analyze your network traffic in detail and provides reports on traffic usage by IP address, applications, port, and protocols. This Cisco network monitoring tool also supports a wide variety of Cisco technologies such as NBAR, CBQOS, IPSLA, etc. and devices such as WLC and WAP.
OpManager Cisco Monitor also supports a wide variety of Cisco technologies such as NBAR, CBQOS, IPSLA, etc. and devices such as WLC and WAP.