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  • User login | iTransformers.net
    Documentation netTransformer UserGuide Pirin Release Discovery Methods Impl Guide Developer s Guide netTransformer on dynamips bgpPeeringMap Education Graduation projects Trainings Cloud Solutions Intro to OpenStack Networks Security DDOS RTBH Self Protection Forum Contact iTransformers net Empowering iTransformation Search form Search

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  • iTransformer Getting Started Guide | iTransformers.net
    operating systems Ready Set and Go iTransformer is designed to setup quickly and without almost any effort The next couple of pages will show you how to do this in a couple of easy steps Prerequisites You need java JRE 1 6 x or newer There have to be a network The network has to speak IP protocol Into the network there has to be some interconnected devices that speak SNMP The devices have to have common SNMP read community If you do not know what that is Hmm read here first The iTransformer node has to have full connectivity to the network and the ip subnets inside it Partial will also work but the you obviously won t be able to manage those parts of your network that are hidden from the iTransformer host You have to count to three and to cross your fingers First run This guide covers iTransformer v 05 Step 1 Fire up iTransformer First and most important step is to fire up the iTransformer It will discover your network and will populate your inventory data model Depending from your opreation system go to iTransformer bin and execute from the command line the following On Windows cd bin iTransformer bat On Linux Unix cd bin iTransfomrer sh Step 2 Create a new project Go to the file menu and select New Project Then choose the path where the new project will reside Step 3 Configure Discovery Resources Go to the Discovery menu and select Configure Resource Once the item opens you have to change the SNMP community strings of the SNMP resource in order to fit to the one in your network If you have CISCO devices in the network ensure that you go to the CISCO resource and change also its communities The same should be done for each of the other device types you have in the network Once you are done with those proceed to the next step Step 4 Start Discovery Go to the Discovery menu and select Start Discovery Enter the IP address of the initial network device leave the Label empty and hit the Start button If you have connectivity to the device and if you got the SNMP communities section right the discovery process will fire up In the low left corner you will be able to track the how many devices are discovered Step 5 Open and review Network Topology Go to the File Menu and choose open graph it will show you the folder containing the version1 of the network In this one the discovery process has captured the current network state Navigate inside the version1 folder and select a graphml file Typically a better network view is created by selecting the undirected graphmls file Once you hit the open button the network topology will be visualized iTransformer allows users to open the network in different tabs and to apply different filters in each of the tabs Filters allow you to reason about the network based

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  • Getting Started Guide | iTransformers.net
    operating systems Ready Set and Go iTransformer is designed to setup quickly and without almost any effort The next couple of pages will show you how to do this in a couple of easy steps Prerequisites You need java JRE 1 6 x or newer There have to be a network The network has to speak IP protocol Into the network there has to be some interconnected devices that speak SNMP The devices have to have common SNMP read community If you do not know what that is Hmm read here first The iTransformer node has to have full connectivity to the network and the ip subnets inside it Partial will also work but the you obviously won t be able to manage those parts of your network that are hidden from the iTransformer host You have to count to three and to cross your fingers First run This guide covers iTransformer v 05 Step 1 Fire up iTransformer First and most important step is to fire up the iTransformer It will discover your network and will populate your inventory data model Depending from your opreation system go to iTransformer bin and execute from the command line the following On Windows cd bin iTransformer bat On Linux Unix cd bin iTransfomrer sh Step 2 Create a new project Go to the file menu and select New Project Then choose the path where the new project will reside Step 3 Configure Discovery Resources Go to the Discovery menu and select Configure Resource Once the item opens you have to change the SNMP community strings of the SNMP resource in order to fit to the one in your network If you have CISCO devices in the network ensure that you go to the CISCO resource and change also its communities The same should be done for each of the other device types you have in the network Once you are done with those proceed to the next step Step 4 Start Discovery Go to the Discovery menu and select Start Discovery Enter the IP address of the initial network device leave the Label empty and hit the Start button If you have connectivity to the device and if you got the SNMP communities section right the discovery process will fire up In the low left corner you will be able to track the how many devices are discovered Step 5 Open and review Network Topology Go to the File Menu and choose open graph it will show you the folder containing the version1 of the network In this one the discovery process has captured the current network state Navigate inside the version1 folder and select a graphml file Typically a better network view is created by selecting the undirected graphmls file Once you hit the open button the network topology will be visualized iTransformer allows users to open the network in different tabs and to apply different filters in each of the tabs Filters allow you to reason about the network based

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  • Ready Set and Go | iTransformers.net
    operating systems Ready Set and Go iTransformer is designed to setup quickly and without almost any effort The next couple of pages will show you how to do this in a couple of easy steps Prerequisites You need java JRE 1 6 x or newer There have to be a network The network has to speak IP protocol Into the network there has to be some interconnected devices that speak SNMP The devices have to have common SNMP read community If you do not know what that is Hmm read here first The iTransformer node has to have full connectivity to the network and the ip subnets inside it Partial will also work but the you obviously won t be able to manage those parts of your network that are hidden from the iTransformer host You have to count to three and to cross your fingers First run This guide covers iTransformer v 05 Step 1 Fire up iTransformer First and most important step is to fire up the iTransformer It will discover your network and will populate your inventory data model Depending from your opreation system go to iTransformer bin and execute from the command line the following On Windows cd bin iTransformer bat On Linux Unix cd bin iTransfomrer sh Step 2 Create a new project Go to the file menu and select New Project Then choose the path where the new project will reside Step 3 Configure Discovery Resources Go to the Discovery menu and select Configure Resource Once the item opens you have to change the SNMP community strings of the SNMP resource in order to fit to the one in your network If you have CISCO devices in the network ensure that you go to the CISCO resource and change also its communities The same should be done for each of the other device types you have in the network Once you are done with those proceed to the next step Step 4 Start Discovery Go to the Discovery menu and select Start Discovery Enter the IP address of the initial network device leave the Label empty and hit the Start button If you have connectivity to the device and if you got the SNMP communities section right the discovery process will fire up In the low left corner you will be able to track the how many devices are discovered Step 5 Open and review Network Topology Go to the File Menu and choose open graph it will show you the folder containing the version1 of the network In this one the discovery process has captured the current network state Navigate inside the version1 folder and select a graphml file Typically a better network view is created by selecting the undirected graphmls file Once you hit the open button the network topology will be visualized iTransformer allows users to open the network in different tabs and to apply different filters in each of the tabs Filters allow you to reason about the network based

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  • User login | iTransformers.net
    Documentation netTransformer UserGuide Pirin Release Discovery Methods Impl Guide Developer s Guide netTransformer on dynamips bgpPeeringMap Education Graduation projects Trainings Cloud Solutions Intro to OpenStack Networks Security DDOS RTBH Self Protection Forum Contact iTransformers net Empowering iTransformation Search form Search

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  • netTransformer User Guide | iTransformers.net
    ip forwarding MIB It contains more then 10 different methods and is well document in New Discovery Methods development Guide Open Shortest Path First Discovering OSPF routing protocol neighbors Border Gateway Protocol Discovering BGP routing protocol neighbors More information about how to develop your own SNMP network discovery method could be found in New SNMP discovery Methods development Guide Configure parameters Most of the parameters of the SNMP network discoverer are configurable by this sub menu in fact allows the user to edit the iDiscover conf xml discoveryParameters xml file This file contains configuration that allows the user to specify different SNMP network discovery OIDs used for the discovery of various types of devices Graph Tools Layouts The layouts determine the positional representation of the different nodes and edges of the graph Graph layouts influence the understandability of the network one of the principles in netTransformer ideology FR Layout This layout implements the Fruchterman Reingold force directed algorithm for node layout For more information please have a look on Fruchterman and Reingold Graph Drawing by Force directed Placement http i11www ilkd uni karlsruhe de teaching SS 04 visualisierung papers fruchterman91graph pdf KK Layout Implements the Kamada Kawai algorithm for node layout 1 Circle Layout This Layout implementation positions the nodes equally spaced on a regular circle Spring Layout Spring Layout represents a visualization in which the nodes and edges of the graph get alive Our implementation follows closely the initial one part of JUNG 2 ISOM Layout ISOM layout implements a self organizing map layout algorithm based on Meyer s self organizing graph methods 3 Node Search Search by Name Current graph This menu item performs a search into the currently displayed graph The user will see a dropdown with the nodes part of the current graph and has to select a node from it Once select will be displayed the graph node properties for the selected node Search by Name Entire graph This menu options performs a search into the entire graph The user will see a dropdown with the nodes part of the entire graph and has to select a node from it Once select will be displayed the graph node properties for the selected node Search by Key Search by IP Ranking Algorithms The ranking algorithms enables network researchers and engineers to determine the rank of the nodes of the discovered real networks The results are displayed in html format that allows the researcher to copy the values and to use them for further network research Betweenss Centrality Computes betweenness centrality for each vertex and edge in the graph Note Many social network researchers like to normalize the betweenness values by dividing the values by n 1 n 2 2 The values given here are unnormalized Running time is O n 2 nm More information about that ranking algorithm here Ulrik Brandes A Faster Algorithm for Betweenness Centrality Journal of Mathematical Sociology 25 2 163 177 2001 KStepMarkov This ranking algorithm is a variant of PageRankWithPriors that computes the importance of a node based upon taking fixed length random walks out from the root set and then computing the stationary probability of being at each node Specifically it computes the relative probability that the markov chain will spend at any particular node given that it start in the root set and ends after k steps You can find more information about the algorithm here Algorithms for Estimating Relative Importance in Graphs by Scott White and Padhraic Smyth 2003 Random Walk Betweeness Computes betweenness centrality for each vertex in the graph The betweenness values in this case are based on random walks measuring the expected number of times a node is traversed by a random walk averaged over all pairs of nodes Running time is O m n n 2 Mark Newman A measure of betweenness centrality based on random walks 2002 Path Preview Path preview allows network engineers and researchers to compute the shortest paths between any two nodes in their network Currently are supported two algorithms Internally developed shortest path and the classic Dijkstra shortest path Each one will ask you for an A and B nodes Finally the shorthest path will be displayed Network Activation This menu allows the user to configure everything related to the configuration of the network activation Configure Parameters This submenu allows the user to configure various parameter factories parameter factories are used for supplying with parameters the network activation Parameters could be manual from device xml from graphml or parameters part of the currently loaded into the memory graph Configure Resources This submenu allows the user to configure various resources used for communication with the network Note that the template interface currently supports only telnet protocol Configure Bindings This submenu allows the user to do the binding between the template with a parameter factory and resource Configure Templates This submenu allows the user to open or create new network activation templates Window New Tab Close Tab Close Other Tabs Close All Tabs Help User Guide About Graph management panel Figure 21 Graph management pannel Save saves the topology graph layout to a file Load loads the saved layout Move graph allows the user to move of the whole topology Filters Selection allows selection of different topology filters Filters give you the possibility to reason about the network as per certain topology view For example there are filters that will allow you reason about your Layer 2 topology or about your OSPF or BGP topologies Refresh Redraws the current topology picture Reload Reloads the network inventory information If there are newly discovered devices they will be picked up and displayed on your screen next to the current one Plus Minus Zoom in Zoom out Redraw Around redraws the network to a certain number of hops around one or more selected nodes The feature is useful when you want to reason only about a particular set of nodes RightClicks Rightclicks allow the user to execute specific functionality by a right click on one or more than one selected network topology node Figure 22 RightClick Menu Shorthest Path This rightclick will ask you for a shortest path B node Figure 23 Shorthest Path rightclick Once the B node selected it will draw the shortest path between the node on which you have performed the rightclick A node and the destination B node Figure 24 Shorthest path preview TabViewerOpener This is a rightclick able to open a new tab with the same network graph The same feature is available from the Window New Tab menu This will allow you to improve the reasoning about the network by having different network views of the same network in different tabs For example in one tab you may have a view of the OSPF network and in another of the BGP Connect Connect rightclicks allows the user to perform manual connects to the selected node through various methods and protocols Currently are supported telnet and ssh through putty http https through opening a new tab in a browser and SSHv2 through a JConsole Figure 25 Connect through Console SSH2 This rightclick opens an SSH v2 session in Java console to the selected node It uses the resources accessible through the Network Activation menu in order to perform a basic login to the device Figure 26 JConsole window HTTP HTTPs HTTP HTTPs rightclicks will open http or https connections through your default browser to the management IP address of the selected node to a specific port The exact port is configurable in Viewer Settings rightClickItem name HTTP handlerClass net iTransformers topologyviewer rightclick impl URLRightClickOpener param name protocol http param param name port 8080 param rightClickItem rightClickItem name HTTPS handlerClass net iTransformers topologyviewer rightclick impl URLRightClickOpener param name protocol https param param name port 443 param rightClickItem Putty Another useful rightclick invokes putty Putty is an example for external application integrated in iTopoManger It allows network administrator to perform manual topology driven configuration of the devices in their networks Figure 27 Putty The putty rightclick handler performs automatic credentials selection from the same resource xml file located as the one used for network activation Resource configuration and handling is described in more details in netTransformer s configuration guide PuttyRightClick handler allows direct communication with network devices or communication through a proxy rightClickItem name putty handlerClass net iTransformers topologyviewer rightclick impl PuttyRightClickHandler param name puttyRelativePath lib putty putty exe param param name ssh no saved session ssh l s pw s s param param name ssh saved session ssh l s pw s load s s param param name telnet no saved session telnet l s s param param name telnet saved session telnet l s load s s param param name resource resourceManager conf xml resource xml param param name saved session param rightClickItem Note The putty works only in windows environments Thus it won t open anything in linux or windows environments Reports As the names suggest the Reports rightclick allow you to display various report information about the discovered network node Figure 28 RightClick Reports Device Neighborship Report Figure 29 DeviceNeighborship report Device Neighborship report contains information about device Neighbors and the methods through that they are discovered The third column provides information about the discovery Interfaces If the neighbor is logical e g Routing protocol Neighbor no discoveryInterface will be displayed CableCut Report CableCut is a device port state in which the Administrative Status of the port is UP but the operational one is down E g there is a problem with the physical link The report contains three columns InterfaceName AdministrativeStatus UP and operStatus DOWN Figure 30 CableCut report IPv4 Address Space Report That report provides information about the current IPv4 address ranges on the device and the interfaces on that they are used The report has four columns Subnet Range Subnet and Range Subnet Mask IPv4Address the IP address reserved in that IP range SubnetMask in four octet notation and the Interface Name Figure 31 IPv4 Address Space report IPv6 Addressing Report That report provides information about the current IPv6 address allocations on the device and the interfaces on that they are used The report has five columns IPv6 Address SubnetMask ipv6AddrType the type of the address ipv6AddrAnycastFlag is the address anycast or not and the Interface Name Figure 32 IPv6 Address Space report MPLS L3 VPN Report MPLS L3 VPN contians information about MPLS L3 vpns configured on the particular node It contains four columns vrfName the name of the VRF RD Route Distinguisher RT Route Target Interfaces Interfaces on that the VRF has been applied Figure 33 MPLS L3 VPN Graph Data Management Object Tree Browser This rightclick creates an object oriented xml database inventory model of network devices there has to be a way this information to be revealed The object browser is a useful tool that displays xml device xml filled in java tree GUI outlook Figure 34 ObjectTreeBrowser Node Path Activation PuttyRight Click handler allows manual device configuration netTransformer aims controlled network transformation from one state to the other To do so it has to change device configurations not manually through putty but through much more automated configuration engine The Node and Path activation are the first step in that direction Prior activating anything in your network you have to configure the resources for communication with the it to create network configuration templates determine from where the configuration parameters will come from and finally to bind that together one is demonstrated how to use it The typical sequence of events is 1 Select one or more than one network nodes 2 Then click on node or path activation rightclicks and select one of the previously configured templates Figure 35 Invoke Node Activation rightclick and select set Hostname Once you do that you will be asked for manual parameter input if there is such or if there isn t the network activation will happen Figure 36 Pass Manual Input parameters to set Hostname As a final result you will see a dialog with the communication with the network device Currently it is quite rough but hopefully in the next version we will be able to give you something much better Figure 37 The final result of invoking a template Here comes the question but how can be ensured that the network really changed its state and the configuration engine actually worked That question could be answered in several different ways The most obvious answer is Please use the putty or JConsole rightclicks to login to the device and verify its configuration and current state Another way is to use again the same engine and issue a verification command that will verify does the new configuration work or not An example for such one could be ping traceroute or some other verification display command The third option is to preform a new network discovery and to compare the two versions of the network through the network diff functionality In the example bellow R5 has disappeared due to the change of hostname and R55 has appeared The same could be said for the links between the node and R3 and R6 Figure 38 Perform a network diff after a hostname change Remove As the name suggests that rightclick removes the selected nodes edges from the graph view Figure 39 Remove RightClick netTransformer files The current implementation of netTransformer does not use any kind of a database instead it is using xml structures stored in files on the file system In this chapter we will walk over the different kinds of files created by it All files that are created during each discovery process will be stored under the respected network version folder in your netTransformer project Raw data files Raw data files are located directly under the network version folder in your netTransformer project They contain structured xml that represents the direct communication with the network device The example bellow shows raw data generated by the SNMP network discoverer Figure 40 SNMP Raw data file Device xml files Device xml are generated by the SNMP network discovery through a transformation of the raw data files and are located under the under the network version folder in your netTransformer project Figure 41 device xml file Graphml files Graphml files follow the graphml file format as defined in 4 They are generated by transforming the device xml files in the case of netTransformer and are used by netTransformer viewer in order to generate the network views Each node or edge described in the graphml is represented by a node edge id and a number of data keys Typical list might contain data keys as deviceModel deviceType deviceStatus ManagementIPAddress site geoCoordinates and deviceInfo The complete list of node properties for any device could be reviewed from the graphml file for the particular device through the Graph data management Graphml viewer rightclick node id C7 data key hostname C7 data data key deviceModel cisco2611 data data key deviceType CISCO data data key deviceStatus discovered data data key ManagementIPAddress 10 11 222 2 data data key site Moskow data data key geoCoordinates 23 13661 12 687546 data data key ipv6Forwarding NO data data key deviceInfo CDATA html b Type b CISCO b Model b cisco2611 b Site b C7 br b Mgmt IP address b 10 11 2 2 br b ipv6Forwarding b NO b BGPLocalASInfo b 0 html data node Config Example 5 Node data keys from graphml netTransformer Configuration guidelines Note that if you want to edit the configuration on per project basis you have to edit either of the files bellow located in your project folders If you want to edit the files that will be used for the instantiation of those configuration files in multiple project you have to edit the located in primary netTransformer location Configure snmpNetwork discovery projects Configure SNMP discovery parameters Discovery helper allows customization of the SNMP requests for each deviceType that might be found in the network The current discovery process retrieves device hostname and type Once it knows the type it can choose the rest of the request If the device is from an unknown type it will always assemble the Default request Current discovery support Cisco Juniper Huawei HP and Tellabs devices Each device section has several subsections Discovery users might delete some of the SNMP requests from some of the sections or the whole section completely but can not change section names For example if ARP requests are not needed for certain deviceType has to be delete ipNetToMediaTable from PHYSICAL discovery section This way of configuration allows network administrator really to fine tune the requests towards any network devices discovery helper device type DEFAULT xslt iDiscover conf xslt transformator xslt Contain snmp oid names needed for general device description general ifIndex ifDescr ifOperStatus ifAdminStatus ifNumber ifPhysAddress ifType dot1dTpFdbAddress system ipAddrTable ifIndex ifName general Contain parameteters needed for physical description of the device and physical discovery methods discovery method name PHYSICAL dot1dBaseBridgeAddress dot1dStpDesignatedRoot dot1dStpPortEntry dot1dTpFdb dot1dTpFdbStatus dot1dTpFdbPort dot1dBasePort dot1dBasePortIfIndex ipNetToMediaTable lldpRemoteSystemsData cdpCacheDevicePort cdpCacheDevicePlatform cdpCacheDeviceId cdpCacheIfIndex cdpCachePrimaryMgmtAddrType cdpCachePrimaryMgmtAddr dot1qVlanStaticEntry discovery method Contain request parameters needed for next hop discovery methods discovery method name NEXT HOP ipRouteIfIndex ipRouteNextHop inetCidrRouteType inetCidrRouteIfIndex inetCidrRouteNextHop inetCidrRouteProto inetCidrRouteNextHopAS discovery method Contain request parameters needed for OSPF discovery methods discovery method name OSPF ospfRouterId ospfNbrEntry ospfAdminStat ospfVersionNumber ospfAreaBdrRtrStatus ospfASBdrRtrStatus ospfAreaTable ospfIfEntry discovery method discovery method name BGP bgpLocalAs bgpPeerEntry discovery method discovery method name ISIS isisISAdjIPAddrEntry discovery method discovery method name RIP rip2IfConfTable rip2IfStatTable discovery method discovery method name ADDITIONAL mplsVpnVrfName mplsVpnVrfRouteDistinguisher mplsVpnVrfRouteDistinguisher dot1dBaseNumPorts dot1qVlanStaticTable discovery method discovery method name IPV6 ipv6Forwarding ipv6IfIndex ipv6AddrEntry ipv6NetToMediaEntry ipv6RouteEntry discovery method device discovery helper Config Example 8 DiscoveryParameters xml To add new device just add a new devicetype section to the file and specify a xslt transformation file that will transform the raw data xml gathered from the devices with that type device type NEW DEVICE xslt iDiscover conf xslt transformator xslt devicetype Config Example 9 Adding new device to DiscoveryParameters xml Each discoverytype contains a general

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  • Configuration Guide v.04 | iTransformers.net
    type string key id geoCoordinates for node attr name geoCoordinates attr type string key id site for node attr name site attr type string key id diff for node attr name diff attr type string key id diffs for node attr name diffs attr type string key id ipv4Forwarding for node attr name ipv4Forwarding attr type string key id ipv6Forwarding for node attr name ipv6Forwarding attr type string key id name for edge attr name name attr type string key id discoveryMethod for edge attr name discoveryMethod attr type string key id dataLink for edge attr name dataLink attr type string key id ipLink for edge attr name ipLink attr type string key id MPLS for edge attr name MPLS attr type string key id ipv6Forwarding for edge attr name ipv6Forwarding attr type string key id ipv4Forwarding for edge attr name ipv4Forwarding attr type string key id localInterfaceName for edge attr name localInterfaceName attr type string key id remoteInterfaceName for edge attr name remoteInterfaceName attr type string key id localIPAddress for edge attr name localIPAddress attr type string key id remoteIPAddress for edge attr name remoteIPAddress attr type string key id edgeTooltip for edge attr name edgeTooltip attr type string key id diff for edge attr name diff attr type string key id diffs for edge attr name diffs attr type string Config Example 6 Key graphml graph meta data Node metadata Each Node is described by certain graph metadata with a set of dataKeys Typical list might contain data keys as deviceModel deviceType deviceStatus ManagementIPAddress site geoCoordinates deviceInfo ipv4Forwarding ipv6Forwarding The complete list of node properties for any device could be reviewed from the graphml file for the particular device node id C7 data key hostname C7 data data key deviceModel cisco2611 data data key deviceType CISCO data data key deviceStatus discovered data data key ManagementIPAddress 10 11 222 2 data data key site Moskow data data key geoCoordinates 23 13661 12 687546 data data key ipv6Forwarding NO data data key deviceInfo CDATA html b Type b CISCO b Model b cisco2611 b Site b C7 br b Mgmt IP address b 10 11 222 2 br b ipv6Forwarding b NO b BGPLocalASInfo b 0 html data node Node metadata as discovered by iDiscover Edge metadata Each Edge link is described by certain graph metadata with a set of dataKeys Typical list might contain data keys as deviceModel deviceType deviceStatus ManagementIPAddress site geoCoordinates deviceInfo ipv4Forwarding ipv6Forwarding The complete list of node properties for any device could be reviewed from the graphml file for the particular device edge id R1 R3 xA xA FastEthernet0 0 FastEthernet0 0 source R1 target R3 data key edgeTooltip lt p gt lt b gt R1 lt b gt FastEthernet0 0 lt b gt lt b gt 172 16 13 1 NEXT HOP ARP CDP OSPF BGP lt p gt data data key localInterfaceName FastEthernet0 0 data data key remoteInterfaceName FastEthernet0 0 data data key localIPAddress 172 16 13 1 data data key remoteIPAddress 172 16 13 3 data data key method NEXT HOP ARP CDP OSPF BGP data data key ipLink YES data data key dataLink YES data edge Edge metadata as discovered by iDiscover iTopologyManager The main TopologyManager configuration file is iTopologyManager topologyViewer conf xml viewer config xml It contains the configuration of the node icons line types topology filters and node tooltips and node rightclick methods TopologyViewer TopologyViewer previews the network topology in a graph style view and allows the Network Engineers to reason and analyze it Each graph might be directed or undirected so the viewer supports directed graph views and undirected such Icon selection Each device has to be correctly presented as a graph node with a specific icon Icon selection is based on node data key match The icon is choosen by one or more data keys of the node The major rule is first icon mathced is selected That means icons that have more propperties have to be in configuration prior those that might mach on smaller number of properties If no icon is matched a default icon will be used Typically this is the case for all hosts that do not have any metadata or have such that could not be matched by the icon selection mechanism An example is presented bellow icon name images 76xx IPv6 PNG data key deviceType CISCO data data key ipv6Forwarding YES data icon icon name images m320 IPv6 PNG data key deviceType JUNIPER data data key ipv6Forwarding YES data icon Output omited icon name images 76xx PNG data key deviceType CISCO data icon icon name images m320 png data key deviceType JUNIPER data icon Output omited Default Icon icon name images unknown switch PNG icon viewer config xml Icons Definition Topology Filters definition Each filter selects nodes and edges based on their data key properties Simple filter definition is presented bellow Each user might create its own filters specifing different dataKeys Note that the first filter in the row is always used for initial network display filter name CISCO Devices include dataKey deviceType dataValue CISCO for node include dataKey method dataValue NEXT HOP for edge include dataKey method dataValue CDP for edge include dataKey method dataValue LLDP for edge include dataKey method dataValue Slash30 for edge include dataKey method dataValue Slash31 for edge include dataKey method dataValue MAC for edge include dataKey method dataValue OSPF for edge include dataKey method dataValue c STATIC ROUTE for edge include dataKey method dataValue c OSPF for edge include dataKey method dataValue c ISIS for edge tooltip dataKey nodeInfo for node tooltip dataKey edgeTooltip for edge transformer net itransformers topologyviewer edgetooltip HTMLCSVEdgeTooltipTransformer filter viewer config xml filter defininition Tooltips definition Each filter view allows the selection of a certain edge node tooltip If no tooltip is specified a default one is used tooltip dataKey method for edge transformer com topolgyviewer edgetooltip CSVEdgeTooltipTransformer tooltip dataKey deviceInfo for node viewer config xml default Tooltip defininition If a specific tooltip has to be specified for certain filter the

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  • MIB | iTransformers.net
    to OpenStack Networks Security DDOS RTBH Self Protection Forum Contact iTransformers net Empowering iTransformation Search form Search MIB Management information base MIB SNMP itself does not define which information which variables a managed system should offer Rather SNMP uses an extensible design where the available information is defined by management information bases MIBs MIBs describe the structure of the management data of a device subsystem they use a hierarchical namespace

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