Real-time Monitoring

Pre-defined Dashboard to Visualize Device Status

The pre-defined dashboard provides a quick glance at all thedevices you managed with various types of diagrams, highlighting the most important information that you would like to track on your devices.

Customized Dashboard to Monitor Particular Devices

D-View 7 also offers users the flexibility to customize the dashboard to monitor your devices of interest. If you are concerned about a certain device’s performance or its connectivity status, simply create a customized dashboard to monitor it.

Topology to Visualize Device Relationships

The default topology allows users to visualize the relationship and connectivity of all managed devices based on specified IP ranges. You can also select devices from different IP ranges and to draw a virtual link between devices, enabling you to monitor their relationships, regardless of their actual connectivity.

Rack View to Group the Device Panels as Needed

Rack View empowers users to simulate physical placement of switches in a rack and monitor the connectivity status of each port from the panels.

Device Specific Info by Product Types

A summary of all devices being managed can be located in the device view screen, where different types of devices are listed separately, and relevant information relating to the specific type of device will be shown. Furthermore, you can customize areas of interest into table columns.

Status Event Model Name Spanning
Tree
LACP Status DHCP Status LLDP Status PoE Stack Status
DES-1228P ON OFF Not Supported ON ON Not Supported
  DES-3016 OFF ON Not Supported Not Supported Not Supported Not Supported
DGS-3120-48PC OFF ON Not Supported ON ON No
DES-3052P ON OFF Not Supported ON ON Not Supported
  DES-3028 OFF OFF Not Supported OFF Not Supported Not Supported
DGS-3100-24 OFF OFF Not Supported OFF Not Supported No
  DES-3052P ON OFF Not Supported ON ON Not Supported
Status Event Model Name Managed Status Managed by Authenticated Client Radio Status DHCP Status SSH Status
DWL-3500AP Managed DWX3160 (172.18.191.49) 0 2.4GHz-ON 5GHz:- ON OFF
DWL-8600AP Managed DWS3026 (172.18.191.95) 0 2.4GHz-OFF 5GHz-OFF ON ON
DWL-6600AP Managed DWS4026 (172.18.191.96) 0 2.4GHz-ON 5GHz-ON OFF OFF
DWL-8610AP Managed DWS4026 (172.18.191.96) 0 2.4GHz-ON 5GHz:-ON OFF OFF
DAP-3520 Standalone N/A 0 2.4GHz-ON 5GHz:- OFF OFF
DAP-2310 Standalone N/A 0 2.4GHz-ON 5GHz:- OFF ON

Device Alert Notification

Users can set up alert notification rules on devices for your early identification of potential threats. Three types of event can be generated: Info, Warning or Critical. You can also customize alert rules by creating thresholds on the devices.

CPU Utilization

Device Management

Configure Your Devices in Batch

Rather than configuring devices one by one, D-View 7 allows users to configure devices in batch with pre-defined templates or your own CLI scripts.

Tips Flexible Script with Command Variables

Use %Variable% to set up different values of same parameter to different devices. For example, you can apply one script with SSID variable to set up SSID of multiple access points with different SSID names.

Schedule Tasks to Simplify Administration Jobs

Any action users made in Batch Configuration, Firmware Upgrade or Configuration Management will be identified as a task in D-View 7. Tasks can be performed on particular time or recursively and all tasks will be logged. Thus, administrators will have a comprehensive view on all current and historical tasks.

Label Devices to Better Manage Your Inventory

All managed devices will be displayed in an inventory list where you can have a quick glimpse of all devices with updated status. You can label and organize devices based on management purposes such as locations or departments.

Virtual NMS

Virtualize D-View System with Multiple Workspaces

D-View defines workspace as an independent D-View environment with a scope of devices, its own dashboards, topologies, rack view and alert event rules. Administrators can divide a network into multiple workspaces based on different management scopes and hierarchy. Users in a particular workspace can create their own independent environments, making this an extremely useful tool for any organization with a large IT team to manage network by geography, functional responsibility or organization hierarchy.