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  • netTransformer
    the states and to make a formal diff between them The transformation from a state to state happens by executing a set of steps that in the end get parameters from the models and execute a set of templates through a management protocol on one or more network devices Finally the software supports a network rediscovery and a diff between the newly reached network state and the previously discovered one prior the execution of the step That way the network engineer can ensure that the desired state has been reached and the envisioned effect of the transformation step has been achieved From network mapping perspective netTransformer generates 3 distinct data models hierarchical xml device centric data model of the network device containing information about the device its key metadata its ports interfaces and protocol neighbors graph based device centric data model in graphml file format produced by xslt transformation of the device data xml graph based network centric data model in graphml this is a network wide model produced by merging all device centric graphmls The software is generating topology views and network topology diff views from the network centric data model Thus a lot of people use it simply for network mapping One of the important other concepts of it is that each network has to be treated as a separate project Since there are many kinds of networks through the years appeared various kinds of project types The current one are SNMP Network Discovery able to discovering and visualize IP networks based on various metods like OSPF BGP CDP LLDP Direct links next hops Blue is Metro Ethernet red is MPLS core layer Same topology this time metro edge is filtered and is displayed only the core SNMP BGP Peering Map for generating an Internet peering autonomous systems

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/print/72 (2016-04-25)
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  • Network Discovery & Transformation software from iTransformers | iTransformers.net
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  • netTransformer network discovery OSPF BGP MPLS ISIS topology OSS/BSS integration | iTransformers.net
    it the ISP will has to pass through many intermediate states depending of its transformation strategy netTransformer has been used to generate the states and to make a formal diff between them The transformation from a state to state happens by executing a set of steps that in the end get parameters from the models and execute a set of templates through a management protocol on one or more network devices Finally the software supports a network rediscovery and a diff between the newly reached network state and the previously discovered one prior the execution of the step That way the network engineer can ensure that the desired state has been reached and the envisioned effect of the transformation step has been achieved From network mapping perspective netTransformer generates 3 distinct data models hierarchical xml device centric data model of the network device containing information about the device its key metadata its ports interfaces and protocol neighbors graph based device centric data model in graphml file format produced by xslt transformation of the device data xml graph based network centric data model in graphml this is a network wide model produced by merging all device centric graphmls The software is generating topology views and network topology diff views from the network centric data model Thus a lot of people use it simply for network mapping One of the important other concepts of it is that each network has to be treated as a separate project Since there are many kinds of networks through the years appeared various kinds of project types The current one are SNMP Network Discovery able to discovering and visualize IP networks based on various metods like OSPF BGP CDP LLDP Direct links next hops Blue is Metro Ethernet red is MPLS core layer Same topology this

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/tags/nettransformer-network-discovery-ospf-bgp-mpls-isis-topology-ossbss-integration (2016-04-25)
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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
    iTransformer is a simple but powerful open product for network transformation It is able to discover SNMP networks model preview and apply configuration templates through telnet towards the network Nowadays iTransformer has been depricated and most of it has been

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/print/33 (2016-04-25)
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  • iTransformer | iTransformers.net
    the network traffic Another example for network transformation is a network configuration to be modified and that to trigger a change into device behavior and performance The pre configuration could result in simply changing the state of a particular interface introduction of a new customer or something more general as application of mechanism part of a network strategy for IPv4 to IPv6 migration Runtime Environment iTransformer is an POJO java application It is platform independent and runs and performs equally well on Linux MacOS and Windows 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

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/tags/itransformer (2016-04-25)
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  • iDiscover | iTransformers.net
    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 on particular information inside it For example you would like to review only OSPF or only BGP network topologies or for example only physical links Filters are located directly under the graph in the middle

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/tags/idiscover (2016-04-25)
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  • iTopoManager | iTransformers.net
    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 on particular information inside it For example you would like to review only OSPF or only BGP network topologies or for example only physical links Filters are located directly under the graph in the middle

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/tags/itopomanager (2016-04-25)
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