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Network Monitoring

Requirements:

  • Must have the ability to monitor several private networks, each of which may be monitored by its own server, or possibly monitored by 1 primary server, with partitioned views.
  • Must perform TCP level port monitoring - such as verifying that POP3 is active on an ISP server. Application layer monitoring - such as verifying POP3 authentication - is a plus.
  • Must have good Cisco integration.
  • Must monitor our video network, which includes:
    • Sencore Receivers
    • Motorola HD Encoders
    • Tut Encoders (via the Tut EMS)
    • Conklin Middleware severs
    • Ineoquest
  • Must monitor the Metaswitch (our 5E switch is not a requirement)
  • Monitors Rectifiers, Heat Alarms, etc. via dry contacts
  • Monitors existing Calix C7 equipment, and new E5 Calix equipment
  • Monitors Adtran PRI/POTS devices
  • Monitors SLAs - Can provide uptime information for customer services.
  • Must be able to call on-call personal at night, via a direct POTS line phone connection.
  • Should be able to provide restricted views to other personnel within the company, such as our trouble ticketing department.
  • A (restricted) customer interface is a bonus - that is, providing an interface for customers to view outages, SLAs and interface statistics.
  • Redundacy is also a requirement. We need to know if the monitoring system goes down.

Possible Solutions

  • APC
  • Applied Innovations
  • Centina Systems
  • Ciscoworks
  • Cordell
  • Dantel
  • HP Openview
  • OpenNMS
  • Solarwinds
  • Vaonet
  • Zenoss

Dry Contact Boxes

http://www.asentria.com/products/ccu64.aspx
http://products.servertech.com/products/emcu-ip/
http://dataprobe.com/coe8_contacts_over_ethernet/index.html
http://www.fial.com/product_model.php?model=2311
http://www.phoenixbroadband.com/Product/ContactAgent/POU.htm
http://www.sinetica.co.uk/netcom.htm
http://www.sinetica.co.uk/mea.htm
http://www.uptimedevices.com/sensorhubs.php
http://www.apc.com/resource/include/techspec_index.cfm?base_sku=AP9340 ~$445.00
http://www.hw-group.com/products/ip_watchdog/index_lite_en.html
http://www.akcpinc.com/company/products.htm
http://www.wut.de/e-50www-10-inus-000.php

Devices to Monitor (Please Add)

Count - Two year projection in Parentheses

  • Acme Packet
    • 2 (4)
  • ADC Kentrox IDSU
    • 1 (1)
  • Adtran Netvanta 5305
    • 1 (1)
  • Adtran Netvanta 3200
    • 1 (2)
  • Adtran TA9XX
    • 9 (25)
  • Adtran M13 Mux
    • 12 (15)
  • Adtran OPTI-6100
    • 1 (1)
  • APC Power Devices
    • 10 (20)
  • Avocent Autoview 3200 (KVM)
    • 3 (5)
  • Bitband
    • 2 (3)
  • Calix
    • C7 Shelves
      • North Ring - 16 (16)
      • North Ring #2 - 2 (4)
      • South Ring - 16 (17)
      • South Ring #2 - 12 (13)
    • E5
      • 400 - 8 (50)
      • 110 - 15 (50)
      • 120 - 15 (50)
      • 121 - 5 (50)
  • Captaris Fax Server
    • 1 (1)
  • Cisco
    • 3750 - 25 (35)
    • 7606 with 50GigE ports - 1 (2)
    • 3640 - 2 (2)
    • ASA - 4 (6)
    • Aironet Wireless APs - 15 (20)
    • Wireless Controller - 1 (2)
  • Conference Bridge
    • 1 (1)
  • Conklin Middleware
    • 12 (16)
  • DASDEC EAS
    • 1 (1)
  • Dell Servers - BMC Backplane
    • 18 (25)
  • HP Procurve
    • 12 (12)
  • Ineoquest
    • 4 (4)
  • International Data Casting Superflex DVB-S/DVB-S2
    • 9 (12)
  • Linux ISP Servers
    • 14 (18)
  • Lokbox
    • 1 (1)
  • Metaswitch
    • 1 (2)
  • Mitel Controller
    • 5 (7)
  • Motorola DSR-4400MD
    • Dry Contact: 16 (20)
  • Motorola DSR-4402X
    • Dry Contact: 11 (15)
  • Motorola DSR-4410MD
    • 1 (2)
  • Motorola DSR 4500x
    • 3 (5)
  • Motorola SE-5100A
    • 12 (15)
  • Multitech Fax Server
    • 1 (1)
  • Netspan
    • 1 (2)
  • Packet Logic
    • 1 (1)
  • Patton 4114
    • 14 (18)
  • Redback SE-400
    • 1 (1)
  • Savin Printer
    • 33 (33)
  • Scientific Atlanta Powerview D9850
    • 14 (18)
  • Scientic Atlanta Powervu D9828
    • 8 (11)
  • Scopus
    • 1 (2)
  • Sencore Atlas MRD 3187A
    • 5 (7)
  • Total Control Dial-in
    • 2 (2)
  • Tut
    • 11 (11)
  • TVN Catcher
    • 1 (1)
  • Valcom VIP
    • 7 (9)
  • VideoTek DDM-800
    • 1 (2)
  • Wegener Unity 4600
    • Dry Contact: 3 (4)
  • Windows Servers
    • 4 (8)
  • Other
    • Dry Contacts
      • Invertors: 12 (14)
      • Rectifiers: 20 (22)
      • Fuse Panels: 22 (25)
      • Generators: 9 (9)
      • Fire Alarms: 10 (10)
      • Intrusion Detection: 12 (12)
      • Temperature Alarms: 10 (10)
    • Future SNMP Devices: 0 (25)
  • Current Number of SNMP Devices = 379
  • Current Need for Dry Contact Alarming = 125
  • Projected Number of SNMP Devices in 2 years = 668
  • Projected Need for Dry Contact Alarming in 2 years = 142
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