The DMView platform is a carrier-class fully featured NMS.
Supporting a wide variety of IERU products from interface converters, modems and Metro Ethernet CPEs to high-capacity SDH nodes and networks.
The DMView can be installed over Windows* or HPOV* OS-operating systems in single or multiple NMS consoles topologies.
With different versions to accommodate the central monitoring console and in-the-field technicians, the DMView SNMP-based NMS is cost efficient, easily integrated and provides robust yet intuitive management tools.
Available for installation
The DMView is a management application integrated into the HP Open View* Network Node Manager, allowing centralized supervision and control of IERU devices.
The DMView processes information provided by the MIB-II and IERU roprietary MIBs. A SNMP MIB module consists of data, which may be managed through SNMP agents enabling all information to be remotely accessed by a SNMP management station.
A User-friendly graphics interface and easy access to information provides for equipment management features including fault, performance, configuration and safety management.
The DMView allows simultaneous access by multiple users located at different management stations, providing dynamic management of the network. Compatible with SQL-format database, the DMView also offers integration with other management systems.
- Cost-effective central SNMP-based NMS for service providers, corporate and private networks.
- Open system architecture enabling smooth integration with heterogeneous networks.
- A single software platform for both Windows* and UNIX*.
- Monitoring, configuration and troubleshooting at network, element and port levels.
- Powerful Provisioning Tool, enabling easy configuration of circuits and fast deployment of new services.
- Equipment and port inventory, allowing identification and location of the network resources.
- Real-time status display of the various elements of the network.
- Comprehensive reports availability covering audit, circuit, customer, device, events and users monitoring.
• Quick identification of equipment operating status, including hierarchically viewing CPU and interface condition.
• Monitoring and display of status parameters and alarms for the CPU and the various equipment interfaces.
• Automatic fault detection.
• Alarm notice receiving and processing.
• Diagnostic actions.
• Equipment operation configuration.
• Equipment identification and data configuration.
• Parameter and performance counter display and control.
• Equipment identification and locating features, including tracking according to operational status.
• User access control management, including application and management access features.
• Configuration of DMView parameters such as polling time.
• Application data backup through easy-to-use routines.
• Multiple Consoles Infrastructure Topology - The DMView supports several DMView consoles sharing the same network resources in a client-server environment.
• Easy and straight-forward definition and management of Usernames and Passwords throughout the various workstations
• Each workstation is individually configured for different access levels (Administrator, User, Manager, Test and View levels).
• Support of Firebird and Oracle Data Bases servers.
• More than 10,000 NE's-Network Elements supported, depending on the HW utilized.
The DMView NMS is available in 3 models:
Trim version suitable for local configurations and installations, technician mobility with low processing and memory consumption.
• Supports a maximum of 5 network elements,
• Does not require a license for operation and can be installed for a SINGLE USER in multiple consoles and laptops.
• Does not support Performance, Registry, Events and Reports or any WEB interface
• Can be used with Windows 98* and does not require Virtual Java*
• Minimum HW requirements: Pentium II 400MHz with 128MB
Fully featured version including Provisioning module for the DM 705, DM 705SUB and DM STM-1 devices.
DMView Enterprise DM800 Plus:
Additional NMS module for the DM 800 family including Provisioning.