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  • iMap is gearing up! | iTransformers.net
    happy to anaunce that the first version of iMap Internet Map has been sucessfully launched iMap is a subproduct of iTransformer available under a dual license You may have it from our general Downloads page or from Sourceforge It is able to draw a map of Internet BGP peering through polling a BGP enabled device through SNMP Once the polling process finish the map of Internet BGP peering could be

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/node/56 (2016-04-25)
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  • iTransformer v.0.1 product presentation | iTransformers.net
    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 iTransformer v 0 1

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/node/55 (2016-04-25)
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  • GPL FAQ | iTransformers.net
    All modifications of iTransformer must be distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL if at all distributed to third parties Any software linking to iTransformer using one of it s classes must also be distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL if at all distributed to third parties The software distributed under the GNU GPL must make the full source code available for any third party at low or no cost You cannot impose any other licensing requirements on any software distributed under the GNU GPL The above is just a very brief summary Please have a look at the Official GNU GPL FAQ for more information Q4 Are there restrictions on using iTransformer GPL version There are no restrictions on using iTransformer but the license does restrict the ways in which you may distribute copies of iTransformer or code derived from it In particular any code using the iTransformer product must be distributed under the GNU GPL if at all distributed to third parties See Q2 for more information on the terms of distribution Q5 Are there restrictions on distributing iTransformer GPL version Yes the GNU GPL is a copyright license that gives you permission to distribute iTransformer provided that you fulfill certain conditions specified in the license The GNU GPL also covers any work derived from or linking to iTransformer i e using classes in the iTransformer library See Q2 for a summary of the conditions in the GNU GPL Q6 Are there restrictions on modifying iTransformer GPL version Yes any modifications to iTransformer are covered by the GNU GPL That means that if you distribute a modified copy of iTransformer you must also provide the source code for your changed version See Q3 for a summary of the conditions in the GNU GPL Q7 Can I use iTransformer in my application You may use the commercial versions of iTransformer in your applications If you incorporate the GNU GPL version this will restrict you in the way in which you may distribute these applications to other parties In particular any code linking to iTransformer i e using one of its classes is considered a derived work and must also be distributed under the GNU GPL See Q3 for a summary of the conditions in the GNU GPL See also Q11 for a list of the alternatives to a GNU GPL licensed version of iTransformer Q8 Can I use iTransformer in my open source project If your open source project is licensed under the GNU GPL you may use iTransformer without any further restrictions If you are licensing your source code under a different license there is currently no way to use the GNU GPL licensed version of iTransformer See also Q11 for the alternatives to a GNU GPL licensed version of iTransformer Q9 How about internal use in my company or organization The GNU GPL does not limit the use of iTransformer or derived software only their distribution Using iTransformer internally in an organization is thus

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/wiki/gpl-faq (2016-04-25)
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  • device-data | iTransformers.net
    represent discovered devices Each iDiscover algorithm run creates device data xml oriented object model into the network inventory database Each object has a name is from certain objectType and has some parameters Each parameter has a name and a value One object may contain other objects The xml representation of the model is presented on the figure below Figure 1 Invenotory XML object oriented model The exact model build on top of the xml object oriented model and used by the discovery functionality is presented on the next figure Figure 2 invenotory data object oriented model Each topology consists of devices Each device has several device level parameters and certain number of interfaces Each interface is represented as a separate object and has several parameters Among the name the most important one is the unique interface index The interface may have an ip address Since one interface can have several IP addresses they are modeled as objects Each IP address object has the address itself and a mask Another object under the interface leverl is Discovered Neighbor Each device may have one or several neighbors Each neighbor object has the following parameters Discovery method the method used for neighbor discovery

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/wiki/device-data (2016-04-25)
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  • raw-data | iTransformers.net
    Graduation projects Trainings Cloud Solutions Intro to OpenStack Networks Security DDOS RTBH Self Protection Forum Contact iTransformers net Empowering iTransformation Search form Search raw data iDiscover gathers raw information from devices in the network and stores it in a raw data xml files Currently iDiscover supports only SNMP as network discovery protocol so in the raw data you will see only the result of the an SNMP WALK operation Figure

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/wiki/raw-data (2016-04-25)
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  • KML | iTransformers.net
    mobile KML uses a tag based structure with nested elements and attributes and is based on the XML standard All tags are case sensitive and must be appear exactly as they are listed in the KML Reference The Reference indicates which tags are optional Within a given element tags must appear in the order shown in the Reference If you have a geographic coordinated configured in the your SNMP location

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/wiki/kml (2016-04-25)
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  • GRAPHML | iTransformers.net
    The graph data format used by iTransformer is called graphml Graphml has been choosen among several other formats Among them are such as GML 1 and WebDot s DOT format 2 and the formats used by Rigi 3 LEDA 4 and GDS 5 None of these are universally supported and they are usually bound to specific systems Graphml has two substantial advantages First it is an open XML based graph format which gives us an instant advantage of having a build in mechanisms as XPATH and XQUERY languages for queing the graph Second it combines graph data with visualization informaiton Graphml graphs are able to carry not only nodes and edges but also their properties and all that to be used for appropriate graph visualizations Since the network engineers does not really care for the graph as a data structure but mosly are interested into its visual representation graphml was the natural choise for the purpose References 1 M Himsolt GML Graph Modelling Language 1997 http infosun fmi uni passau de Graphlet GML 2 S C North DOT abstract graph description format http www research att com north cgibin webdot cgi dot txt 3 K Wong Rigi user s manual

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/wiki/graphml (2016-04-25)
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  • NETCONF | iTransformers.net
    The NETCONF Working Group was created in 2002 NETCONF can be conceptually partitioned into four layers Layer Example 4 Content Configuration data 3 Operations get config edit config 2 RPC rpc rpc reply 1 Transport BEEP SSH SSL console Protocol The NETCONF content layer did not provided a standard for content layer in the RFC In 2008 and 2009 a NETMOD working group came up with YANG NETCONF defines operations that are invoked as RPCs from the client the application to the server running on the device The following table lists some of these operations Operation Description commit Commit the candidate configuration to running copy config Copy one configuration datastore to another delete config Delete a configuration datastore edit config Change the contents of a configuration datastore get config Retrieve all or part of a configuration datastore lock Prevent changes to a datastore from another party unlock Release a lock on a datastore A YANG module defines a data model in terms of the data its hierarchical organization and the constraints on that data YANG defines how this data is represented in XML and how that data is used in NETCONF operations The important question is how NETCONF could be

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/wiki/netconf (2016-04-25)
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