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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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Topology Management includes managing, customizing, and monitoring topologies.

Topology Management

  • Manage topology objects, including creating or deleting virtual NEs and links, and deleting subnets.
  • Set the information to be displayed under a device icon, including device name, IP address, and system name.
  • Lay out topology objects in styles such as ring, symmetrical, top-down tree, and left-right tree.
  • Align topology objects in styles such as left-aligned, right-aligned, and center aligned.
  • Adjust the location of NEs and subnets and set the topology background.
  • Set search criteria to quickly find the target NE, link, or subnet.
  • Zoom in on and zoom out of a topology and restore to the original display of the topology.

Topology Customization

Network management personnel can select network entities within their management scopes to configure custom topology views, which achieves precise monitoring and efficient operation and maintenance (O&M).

The user-defined topology allows users to:

  • Add, modify, and delete user-defined topology views.
  • Share user-defined topology views with other users.
  • Import existing NEs or subnets from the physical topology to a user-defined topology view to build a service view that meets the user's requirements.
  • Adjust the existing members in a user-defined topology view.

Topology Monitoring

  • View the topology in full screen or aerial view. The area being displayed in the topology can be located.
  • Customize topologies to focus on specific service dimensions.
  • Monitor the ICT systems running status.
    • Determine the online/offline status of a device based on the color of the device icon.
    • Determine the online/offline status of the device set in a subnet based on the color of the subnet icon.

Figure 1 shows the GUI of topology management.

Figure 7-1 GUI of topology management
Updated: 2019-09-12

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