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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Self-Service Integration Guide 10

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Centralized Monitoring by an Enterprise IT Department

Centralized Monitoring by an Enterprise IT Department

eSight provides standardized interfaces and comprehensive secondary development documentation. Upper-layer system development personnel can quickly develop and implement integration with eSight. Users can therefore manage and control network topology, fault, and performance data on an upper-layer system.

eSight provides SNMP interfaces (SNMPv1/v2c/v3) and HTTPS-based REST web interfaces to query resources, including device types, network devices, physical links, and physical ports. When resources are changed, the interfaces can notify upper-layer systems of the changes in a timely manner. Upper-layer systems then draw the network topology and process the network resource changes in real time. Network resources are therefore monitored in a centralized manner.

eSight provides SNMP and HTTPS open interfaces that can send alarm information to upper-layer systems and allow the upper-layer systems to:

  • Synchronize network alarm data.
  • Acknowledge and clear alarms.
  • Detect network faults in a timely manner.

In this way, network faults are controlled and managed in a centralized manner.

eSight provides FTP historical performance data open interfaces that allow upper-layer systems to synchronize historical performance data in a specified period and analyze the network status and trend of data flows.

eSight supports the keepalive connection with an upper-layer system through SNMP and HTTPS. The third-party system can then detect the connection status and perform subsequent operations upon the disconnection in a timely manner.

Figure 1-5 Architecture of the centralized monitoring capability provided by eSight
Updated: 2019-10-30

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