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					          NETWORK MONITORING SYSTEM
     comprising of following modules and specifications



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                           NETWORK MONITORING SYSTEM
                   comprising of following modules and specifications

A) Network Performance Monitoring for 250 Interfaces
Network Discovery
GUI based system (Webbased & WindowsBased)
Auto - discovery on Physical and logical basis
Discovery of network elements should be on per device basis and atuomaticly group by vendor
Should support the discovery of devices from Layer -2 to Layer -3 devices
Captures logical connectivity information including virtual private network (VPN), virtual local area network (VLAN)
built-in wireless monitoring should supports both autonomous access points and controller-based technology
Fault Management
Support comprehensive fault management for all the network devices
Should give event details & track root cause by launching fault summary
Quickly identify the source of network faults and speed problem resolution with real-time root-cause analysis
Support dianostic function for multicast & unicast
Monitor & troubleshoot problems at the protocol
Performance Management
System should give real time utilization and performance matrix
Give the facility to track the performance matrix subnet basis, VLAN basis and protocol basis
Support wireles LAN Management
Support specific protocol level performance characterstics
Delivers highly accurate, real-time information on network connectivity, availability, performance, usage, and
Define parent and child dependencies so that a child object will appear „unreachable‟ instead of „down‟ if the
Prevent a network outage from sending redundant alerts by recognizing the critical parent device outage
Monitors, tracks the up/down status, and analyzes real-time, in-depth, network performance statistics for routers,
switches, wireless access points, servers, and any other SNMP-enabled device.
device-by-device drill down and detailed system information on network devices, servers, virtual machines, or
virtual or Fibre Channel switches.
Security Management
Support network Integrity and security with a user based network security model via full SNMP V-3 support
Authentication & privacy keys on per user basis
Multiple users on per IP address basis
Inventory Management
Should support inventory management on per device basis
Module level inventory management support
Should be able handle Alert/Event management
Should be able to monitor the server system usage
Should support workflows for improved setup and troubleshooting
Should offer centralized change -audit logging, graphical device management
Should provide network response and avilability information for WAN networks
Should support Portal technology which allows the user to customize views into the nework management
application functionality or chose from one of the default views provided
Should support a wide collection of switch-and-router analysis tools is accessible from a single location; third -
party applications can link to the tools center
B: Network Traffic Analyser (250 Interfaces)
comprehensive, customizable view of network traffic on a single page.
Drill down into any element‟s traffic using multiple views
Create and access personalized network traffic views by filtering NetFlow, J-Flow, sFlow®, IPFIX, and CBQoS
data based on specific parameters, such as date or location
Advanced Application Mapping- Monitor network traffic from multi-port applications, Gain insight into top
application hogs by organizing traffic coming from common applications such as Apple® QuickTime, Oracle®
traffic analysis on turbo boost by focusing on top talker bandwidth usage
Delivers an instant alert notification, including a list of “top talkers”, when an interface exceeds its utilization
View network traffic segmented by Class of Service methods, measure effectiveness of your CBQoS policies,
and quantify bandwidth consumption by class map
Analyze network traffic with custom overlapping IP address groups
Analyze NetFlow, J-Flow, sFlow, and IPFIX data on devices from Cisco Systems®, Extreme Networks®, HP®,
Juniper®, Nortel Networks®, and other leading vendors
Create in-depth network traffic reports with a few clicks or schedule automatic weekly delivery
C: Network Configuration Tool for 100 devices
Receive real-time alerts when configurations change, giving more control, instant visibility, and improved security
Ensure configurations comply with federal regulations and internal standards; easily remediate policy violations
Schedule and automatically backup network device configurations on a regular basis for routers, switches,
firewalls, access points, and more
Simultaneously change a community string, modify an access control list, or block a MAC address across 10 or
Quickly isolate and diagnose network configuration problems with a web interface that is Logical, Useable,
Customizable, Interactive, and Drill-down
Generate a detailed network inventory of all managed devices, including serial numbers, port details, IP
Perform remote IOS/firmware updates in real time or schedule them to run at a future time from a single console
Deploy bulk configuration changes across all of your network devices with a few clicks
Monitor device configurations from any vendor that supports standard protocols
View who made configuration changes, who backed up configurations, & when users logged in & out by creating
Ensure compliance with federal regulations & standards, such as HIPAA, PCI, & FIPS & deliver necessary
documentation for external & internal audits
Quickly troubleshoot network issues by determining who made what changes
Enable Cisco EnergyWise network devices for energy management and activate specific EnergyWise policies on
Perform network configuration policy management on devices throughout our IPv4 & IPv6 networks
D: Performance Monitoring of 50 Applications and Server
Group applications and servers by virtually any category and roll up performance and service level status by
location, business center, or any other grouping
Get immediate visibility into the health of critical servers and applications with dashboards for Microsoft Active
Directory®, Exchange, SQL Server®, IIS, Windows®, Linux® and more
Monitor virtualization from the data center, to the virtual machine, to the underlying network infrastructure
Monitor key health statistics on virtually any server on network—physical and virtual
Measure performance from an end-user's perspective using SaaS monitoring and support for HTTP, HTTPS,
DNS, SQL Server®, Oracle®, and more
Application Discovery Engine
Easily generate, customize, and share reports showing application performance and server availability
Simplify application and server troubleshooting with a web interface
Monitor application performance from popular mobile web browsers including: iPhone®, Blackberry®, and
Ability to Monitor log files and receive alerts when important events occur on Windows servers
Monitor application availability and responsiveness of critical network services with monitors for DNS, IMAP4, and
Monitor performance of Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and MySQL.
E: Tool for LAN discovery
Collect and distribute layers 2-3 network data And build and maintain knowledge about physical and logical
Provides physical, port-to-port connectivity between devices
Should support the topology maps indicate the discovery and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
status of devices; these maps also are launching points for other C applications
Should support the path-analysis tools which performs path analysis for Layer 2 and Layer 3 devices using the
device hot name or IP address and shows results on a map display, in a table display, or in a trace display.
Export network maps to Microsoft Office® Visio® for easy sharing
Automatically detect new devices and changes to network topology with continuous network scanning technology
Perform inventory management of hardware and software assets and automate report creation
Directly address PCI compliance and other regulations that require maintenance of an up-to-date network
Collect and store all software and hardware device information in a database, and automatically update this data
Perform multi-level discovery to produce an integrated OSI Layer 2 and Layer 3 network map that includes
F: Tools for Netowrk Engineers
Monitor network performance in real time, including latency, packet loss, availability, traffic, bandwidth utilization,
Display bandwidth statistics in real time for data being received and transmitted for any remote network device
Collect and graph performance data from any SNMP-enabled device
Display real-time networking monitoring statistics from routers and switches simultaneously
Monitor and graph the real-time CPU load on routers and set alarm thresholds to quickly identify problems
Monitor CPU load on routers, switches, and Windows 2000 and later computers via SNMP
Monitor and alert on the availability of critical network devices directly from desktop
Send and receive syslog messages and decode the messages for logging purposes
Poll DHCP servers to extract IP scopes and highlight scopes low on dynamically assigned IP addresses
Dicovery Tools
Perform network discovery on a single subnet or a range of subnets using ICMP and SNMP
Produce a detailed network inventory in just minutes and generate reports using built-in templates
Scan subnets and construct a table relating IP addresses to MAC address, DNS, and manufacturer address
Discover all subnets and masks on a network by scanning route tables on a seed router
Query an IP address range to locate used and unused IP addresses; obtain data about each system in the range
Locate DNS database errors and validate forward and reverse resolution of domain names
 Use simple ping to keep a running response time log and export results
Scan a range of IP addresses to display which addresses are in use and to perform reverse DNS lookups
Test for open TCP ports across IP addresses, port ranges, or a selection of specific machines and ports
Remotely discover the devices connected to each port on a switch or hub, as well as details about each port
Look up and report on domain names, URLs, IP addresses, network addresses, and e-mail addresses
Perform classful subnet calculations, Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) calculations, and DNS resolution
Diagnostic Tools
Continuously monitor devices and show real-time response rates in graphical charts
Remotely initiate a ping test from any remote Cisco® router to any other SNMP-enabled device
Scan a range of IP addresses to display which addresses are in use and to perform reverse DNS lookups
Visually display the hierarchy of DNS resource records, including name server, CName, and pointer
Trace the route of a network path from your computer to any other device
Test corporate e-mail servers to ensure they are not listed in one of the spam blacklist databases
Generate random traffic on our Wide Area Network (WAN), adjusting circuit bandwidth and the percent of load
Generate a Packet to remotely power on PCs attached to networks
Determine which IP addresses are not in use and how long it has been since they have been used
Attack an IP address with SNMP queries to determine the SNMP read-only and read-write community strings
Remotely display all active sessions on routers and terminal, dial-in, and access servers
Discover and produce reports detailing which MIBs and OIDs are supported on a particular device
View, update, and publish MIB changes to the user description fields for any SNMP device
Quickly retrieve frequently used MIBs using extensive MIB database
Receive, log, and view SNMP traps and verify that a trap source is configured and functioning properly
Modify SNMP trap templates and mimic critical alerts to ensure management systems are functioning properly
Cisco tools
Perform real-time capture and analysis of Cisco® NetFlow data, providing in-depth visibility into bandwidth
Upload configuration changes to routers or switches via SNMP; change an entire config or just one or two
Compare the running config of a Cisco® router with the startup config stored in non-volatile NVRAM.
Remotely initiate a ping test from any remote Cisco® router to any other SNMP-enabled device
Monitor the CPU load on multiple Cisco® routers concurrently, recording peak load level and when it happened
Decrypt any Cisco® type-7 passwords for routers and switches, enabling us to recover lost password
Concurrently upload and download executable images and configurations to routers and switches

				
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