CiscoWorks CiscoView

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Simplify Device Management and Network Monitoring

CiscoWorks CiscoView is a Web-based device-management application that provides dynamic status, monitoring, and configuration for a broad range of Cisco devices. CiscoWorks CiscoView aides network management by graphically displaying physical views of Cisco devices, with color-coded modules and ports for at-a-glance performance and status monitoring. Configuration capabilities allow comprehensive changes to devices, when requisite security privileges are granted.

Two implementations of CiscoWorks CiscoView are available:

  • An open-server version of CiscoWorks CiscoView is included with many Cisco network management products and is installed on a user-provided server. This version allows administrators to centrally access devices throughout the network.
  • The second implementation installs directly on selected Cisco switches and manages several Layer 2 and Layer 3 features for a single Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Switch, or Layer 4 and higher features such as server load balancing (SLB), Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), VPN, and WebVPN services for individual Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series modules.

CiscoWorks CiscoView offers the following advantages:

  • View real-time front and back panel display of Cisco devices
  • Monitor device performance, device environmental status, and mini-Remote Monitoring (mini-RMON)
  • Make direct device-configuration changes
  • Take advantage of CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution common device inventory
  • Receive support for IPv6 device addressing
  • Define granular multiple-user access rules

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