K. B. Dover Harbour Board
S. C. QuinetiQ
HP iMC for engineers training course contents
What is network management? Benefits, issues, demonstration.
Getting started with HP iMC
Starting HP iMC, IP discovery, IP monitoring, controlling IP discovery.
Hands on: Initial HP iMC configuration.
Using HP iMC
Viewing devices, Device view, IP view, network view, polling.
Hands on: Using HP iMC.
Configuring Cisco devices for SNMP support, communities, traps, syslog.
Hands on: Configuring network devices for HP iMC
Parts of SNMP
SNMP architecture, MIBs, The protocol. HP iMC SNMP configuration.
Hands on: HP iMC SNMP configuration.
The MIB2 groups, additional MIBs, MIB compilers, vendor MIBs. HP iMC MIB loader and browser.
Hands on: MIB browsing.
MIB1, MIB2, The MIB2 groups, additional MIBs, MIB compilers, vendor MIBs. HP NNMi MIB loader and browser.
Polling, obtaining MIB information.
Hands on: HP iMC performance management.
Configuration and change management
Configuration templates, software library, configuration compare, configuration audit and reports.
Hands on: Using the configuration center.
Report templates, Real time reports, scheduling reports. Hands on: Using real time reports.
HP iMC fault management
Alarms, polling, fault management, setting thresholds and configuring traps. Syslog.
Hands on: Working with alarms. Security alarms
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We write our own courses; courseware does not just consist of slides and our slides are diagrams not bullet point text. A typical chapter provides clearly defined objectives with a chapter overview, slides with text underneath, a quiz at the end to check the learning of the students. Hands on exercises are at the end and are used to reinforce the theory.