Spectrum 10.3 Foundations 200

PT26773
Summary
Spectrum is an integrated management solution for business service management, fault isolation, root cause analysis, and network configuration management that enables enterprises, government agencies, and service providers to avoid the cost and risk of service delivery failure. You need to be able to manage a large-scale deployment as efficiently and smoothly as possible. Spectrum enables you to model and manage your Layer 2 and Layer 3 network for LAN, WAN, wired wireless, physical, and virtual networks. This course will show you how to successfully deploy Spectrum. You will learn about fault management, alarm forwarding, and getting the most from OneClick functionality. You will also be provided with the knowledge to enable you to implement, operate, and maintain a large-scale deployment. In addition, the benefits of installing add-ons will be illustrated using the Spectrum Network Fault Manager Report Manager.
Prerequisites
Students should have a working knowledge of networking and familiarity with Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is intended for system administrators, network administrators, and implementation consultants.
Topics
  • Describe Spectrum
  • Model the Network with Spectrum Discovery
  • Model Networks
  • Navigate OneClick
  • Manipulate Models
  • Configure User Security
  • Manage Spectrum Databases
  • Investigate Fault Isolation and Alarm Notification
  • Manage Spectrum processes with processd
  • Establish a Distributed SpectroSERVER Environment
  • Create a Fault-Tolerant Environment

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