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Cisco Prime Network is a comprehensive and cost-effective device operation, administration, and network fault management solution for today’s complex networks.

Product Overview

Networks are becoming ever more complex in the era of virtualization, consisting of both physical and virtual infrastructures. Service providers are faced with the task of realigning network and data center operations with the corresponding operations support systems (OSSs) to build a more profitable operational model. Today’s disjointed management systems, however, make it difficult to achieve this.

Cisco Prime Network addresses this challenge by providing a single solution for device operation and fault management—supporting both the traditional physical network components, as well as compute, and the virtual elements—Cisco Prime Network helps service providers better meet the requirements of delivering carrier-class services. (RefertoFigure1.)

Figure 1. Centralized Management and Service Assurance for the Entire Network


Increased operational scale and efficiency through simplified and automated network discovery, configuration, and change management

Proactive service assurance in combination with Cisco Prime Performance Manager; highly effective postevent fault management and trend information help providers avoid future service disruptions

Lower costs through preintegration with the other components of the Cisco Prime Carrier Management suite and through standards-based northbound interfaces (NBIs) to third-party OSSs


Comprehensive, graphical views of the entire network from topology down to the device level with centralized inventory, status, and fault information (refer to Figures 2 and 3)

GUI-based device component configuration with more than 200 prebuilt and downloadable configuration plug-ins

Automated discovery, device configuration, and change management with up-to-date displays of network events, states, and changes

Automatic root-cause identification, alarm reduction through de-duplication, and topology-guided troubleshooting

Optimized for multilayer, multitechnology networks and enabled for multivendor network scenarios, supporting major third-party device types and configurations

Figure 2. Cisco Prime Network Vision Window Displaying Physical Topology

Figure 3. Cisco Prime Network Vision Map with Network Virtualization and Link Information

Detailed Features and Benefits

Table 1 provides details on the features and benefits of Cisco Prime Network.

Table 1. Cisco Prime Network Features and Benefits




EPN network scope

Device operation, administration, and network fault management for EPN (Ethernet, IPv4/IPv6, IP/Multiprotocol Label Switching [MPLS], MPLS Transport Profile [MPLS-TP], MPLS Traffic Engineering [MPLS-TE], MPLS VPN, Carrier Ethernet/VPLS), ASR 9000 based Broadband Network Gateway (BNG), and network Virtualization (nV) configurations
Support for cable access infrastructures consisting of Cable Modem Termination Systems (CMTSs) and RF Gateway devices
Investment protection through a single solution for the entire network

Mobility network scope

Device operation, administration, configuration, and network fault management for mobility networks, including radio access network (RAN) backhaul and Cisco ASR 5000 Series mobility gateway functions deployed for long-term evolution (LTE), Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), or Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) services
Investment protection through a single solution for EPN transport and mobility networks

Data center scope and virtual networking applications

Support for data center configurations consisting of Cisco UCS® servers along with virtual machines instantiated on these servers, MDS 9000 Series Multilayer SAN Switches, Cisco Nexus® switches, and virtual elements such as VMware vCenter and virtual machines controlled through vCenter. Virtual networking applications are part of the data center scope as well, including Cisco Cloud Service Router (CSR) 1000v, Cisco Nexus 1000v Switch, and Virtual Security Gateway
Investment protection through a single solution for EPN transport, mobility networks, and data center environments
Extend common network element (NE) operation and network fault management to data center environment (For example, common device operation and network management for mobile network deployments from RAN backhaul to Evolved Packet Core to data centers that host mobility services applications)

Autonomous discovery of the network, device configurations, and changes

Automatic discovery of devices that exist in the network for import and creation of virtual network elements (VNEs) for each discovered device to be managed with Cisco Prime Network
Detailed visibility of devices including both Cisco and third-party devices with customization tools to extend scope of discoverable device configurations
GUI- and NBI-accessible device feature configuration option with more than 200 prebuilt configuration plug-ins. The number of prebuilt plug-ins increases with device driver updates
Automatic capture and display of configuration changes
Helps enable increased operational efficiencies for faster time to market of services
Reduces costs by reducing operational overhead for otherwise manually intensive tasks

Discovery and representation of virtual network (service) connectivity

Detailed and automatic representation of virtual network (service) connectivity including MPLS VPNs, Ethernet virtual connections (EVCs), VPLS, pseudowire connections, pseudowire headend (PWHE) configurations, and MPLS-TP tunnels
Virtual connection views showing routing/switching functions with interconnecting links
Support for standards-based APIs to facilitate external applications to access any virtual network (service) connectivity information
Assists in network troubleshooting through easy access to virtual connectivity information
Lowers operational costs by eliminating manual tracing of complex Ethernet virtual connections from device configuration data

Management and control of evolving devices

Support for VNEs with event-based polling. VNEs are independent software processes that run on the Cisco Prime Network unit servers. Each VNE is assigned to manage a single network element using the NE's management interfaces (for example, Simple Network Management Protocol [SNMP], XML, or Telnet).
Adaptive polling to gracefully respond to device CPU load conditions
VNE driver update packs for Cisco and third-party devices published bimonthly*
Installation of VNE driver packs without requiring Cisco Prime Network software upgrades
Eliminates delays associated with network conditions and upgrades, maintaining continuous operations and network availability
Investment protection by keeping device operation and network fault management functionalities aligned with the evolving network

Change and configuration management

Backup, versioning, and restoration of device configuration files
Configuration baseline capture (“last-known-good-configuration”)
Verification of network operating systems loaded and executing on each device; management and distribution of device images
Ability to compare configuration files using color codes highlighting added or removed configuration elements
Configuration auditthe ability to audit one or more device configuration files against a specified baseline configuration policy file
Scheduled distribution and activation of network operating system images to one or more devices
In-Service Software Upgrade (ISSU) support for Cisco ASR 903 and Carrier Routing System (CRS) network elements
Image management for ASR 9000v satellite devices in nV configurations
Configuration file and image file management for ASR 5000 Series systems
Configuration and image file management support for first third-party vendor devices from DragonWave’s Packet Microwave product group
Accelerated restoration of service through reduction/elimination of system downtime while errors are located and corrected
Reduced cost and time associated with network software upgrades
Improved productivity through automation of manual, error-prone tasks

Cisco Prime Network configuration compliance

Audit of configurations on a network element against a specified configuration policy file
Configuration compliance audits performed for Cisco IOS® Software, Cisco IOS-XR, Cisco IOS-XE, NXOS, and StarOS configuration files
User-specified scheduling of compliance audits. The user selects configuration files from a set of network elements
User-defined templates invoked to fix compliance violations
Customers can quickly identify devices with configuration violations that may pose a security risk or do not meet internal configuration standards
Automated configuration compliance audit across the wide range of network element operating systems (Cisco IOS Software, Cisco IOS-XE, Cisco IOS-XR, NXOS, StarOS) provides a common compliance audit process
Ability to fix compliance violations offers a significant productivity gain over script-based audit applications often found in network operations centers
The configuration compliance audit function is a built-in and integral part of Cisco Prime Network, which allows for much simpler deployment and easier use of audit functionality for day-to-day network element operation than separate, independent compliance audit applications allow

Cisco Prime Network operations reports

Extensive set of preconfigured reports
Drag-and-drop creation of custom reports
Scheduling of reports
Reports combining archived events by event source, severity, time
Generic events including traps and syslogs
Network operation center planners, analysts and administrators can obtain “big picture” information to recognize and manage megatrends, such as event patterns or equipment type distribution, that are otherwise invisible in day-to-day operations

Network monitoring, diagnosis, and repair

Automated fault to root-cause identification spanning detailed significant events and status information for each device, topology, and virtual network connection
Archival of history of events and communication of data to external fault management or work center trouble ticketing applications
Event troubleshooting information report that provides probable cause and troubleshooting information for mobile packet core (ASR 5000 Series) events
Extensibility of fault management features into network operations by embedding additional, work-center-specific troubleshooting and device configuration methods and sequences
Customization tools for command sequences, automatically integrated into Cisco Prime Network’s user interface and API structure
Access to network performance trend information and threshold crossing events when combined with Cisco Prime Network
Shorter service interruptions, greater efficiency for operators, and overall cost savings for the business
Comprehensive problem identification and isolation of network issues without disrupting work center operation
Prevention of service disruptions through proactive network/service assurance

Northbound interface for external OSS integrations

Cisco Prime Network Integration Layer exposing network inventory data through standardized third-generation partnership program (3GPP) and Multitechnology Operations System Interface (MTOSI) web services for integration with external OSS
Detailed physical and logical inventory for every device to external OSSs such as inventory systems
XML-based interface for querying the information model, command execution, and notification
Event notification service for forwarding of SNMP and email notifications
Cross-launching of applications
Support for third-party management applications such as video assurance management solutions including InfoVista VistaInsight for Networks and Cisco Info Center/IBM Tivoli Netcool
Reduced costs through standards-based interfaces

Product Specifications

Tables 2 through 6 outline the product specifications for each functional module in Cisco Prime Network.

Table 2. Operation and Device Management

Product Specification


VNE model and abstraction layer

Common network element communication layer (Telnet, Secure Shell [SSH] Protocol, SNMP, XML through SSH)
Data abstraction layer providing a common information model across all applications (fault, inventory, configuration, service assurance, and performance)
Access to all lifecycle tasks from a single, centralized interface
Fully integrated data abstraction keeping device drivers up to date without requiring upgrades of Cisco Prime Network
Support for networks with devices sharing the same IP address

Inventory and topology management

Discovery of network devices
Automatic discovery and ongoing synchronization of physical and software configurations of devices
Discovery of physical topology among devices
Topological views that identify the location and severity of alarms
Common launch point for the majority of element management operations
Supports threshold-based alarms for augmented model variables

Device configuration and administration

GUI -based methods for device configuration processes
Centralized method for defining, editing, importing, exporting, organizing, and scheduling device configlets
Model-aware command definition and execution with extensible scripting engine
More than 200 built-in and downloadable configuration plug-ins for device configuration and administration, including configuration plug-ins for mobile gateway (ASR 5000 Series) LTE and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) features
Additional scripts added through device driver pack updates, such as configuration scripts to support cable technologies on UBR10K and RFGW10 devices
Cisco Prime Network Transaction Manager allows users to create configuration procedures that sequence two or more configlets into a configuration transaction

Compliance audit

Auditing configurations on a network element against a specified configuration policy
Audits can be performed on Cisco IOS Software, Cisco IOS-XR, Cisco IOS-XE, NXOS, and StarOS configuration files
Schedule compliance audits of configuration files from a user-selected set of network elements at a user-specified schedule
User-defined templates that can be invoked to fix compliance violations

Fault management

Event detection using both active and passive monitoring
Event identification, association, and local correlation
Event reduction through de-duplication and alarm state management (alarm flapping)
Network-level correlation (without the need for creating and maintaining rules)
Alarm (referred to as ticket) creation, management, and archiving
Event and alarm reportingITU-T X.733 specifications, including information that simplifies event categorization
Event archiving
Specialized viewer application with navigation capabilities for selecting devices or interfaces and displaying corresponding status/fault information
Automated alarm and event filter by viewed network map, selected network element, or selected network element component
Event export through EPM-NOTIFICATION-MIB traps, BQL/XML notifications, or email
Event export administration to define event receivers, event filters, and event export method

Operations reports

Built-in component of Cisco Prime Network
A wide range of prepackaged reports
Drag-and-drop creation of custom reports
Generation of operations reports on large data sets (for example, distribution of archived events by event source, severity, time)
Scheduling of reports
Web-based GUI

Network element (device) support

Specialized device drivers based on device type and version
Automatic discovery of device type and association of appropriate driver for the device
Monthly device driver pack with hardware and software updates
Support for all major service provider devices, including VNEs, device drivers, more than 200 Cisco device types, modules, and plug-ins as well as 70 non-Cisco device types
Built-in polling methods, including event-based updates and adaptive polling to manage timely updates in various network load conditions

Table 3. Change and Configuration Management

Product Specification


Change Detection and Control

Automatic change detection

Timely change detection with reduced processing overhead
Fast change isolation and restoration

Automatic change notification

Real-time configuration visibility for operators
Rapid alerts of configuration changes and deviations from the “last-known-good-configuration” also known as “gold standard”

Automatic configuration backup

Automatic upload and archive of configuration files for audit and rollback purposes
Ability to roll back configurations to previous configurations when required
Unique ability to back up Cisco IOS XR Software devices with Secure Domain Router (SDR) configurations

Configuration Archive Management

Configuration view and archive management

A complete and detailed view of the configuration change history of all devices in the network, enabling network operators to make informed decisions about unplanned changes and take appropriate action

Configuration benchmarking

Detection of unintended deviations from the “gold standard” established for each network element

Configuration restore

Restoration of the configuration of a device or a group of devices to any operational baseline within just a few clicks
Unique ability to fully restore policy map settings for Cisco IOS XR Software devices

Configuration synchronization

Synchronization of changes to an active (“running”) device configuration with the boot (“startup”) configuration to help ensure that changes are retained across device reboots

On-demand or scheduled operations

Ability to allow the configuration archive and restoration tasks to take place ad hoc, at a scheduled time, or at regular intervals, as appropriate for the scenario

Software Image Management

Image repository

Catalog of all required software images and packages for easy access

Automatic image upgrade

Automated software image deployment, reducing errors due to manual operations
Fast image file transfers to a large number of devices
A common software base for the network
Simplified software image upgrade process with a few mouse clicks, reducing deployment time from days to hours or minutes

Pre- and postupgrade verification

Ability to ensure that only compatible software images can be selected for deployment
Confirmation of successful deployment

Automated Cisco IOS XR Software package management process

Ability to select features to run on the router
Support for Cisco IOS XR Software devices configured with SDR
Unique capabilities to manage Cisco IOS XR Software packages

On-demand or scheduled operations

Ability to schedule software deployments for large deployments or run ad hoc as needed

Table 4. Network and Service Monitoring

Product Specification


Monitoring and representation of physical, virtual, and service connection topologies

Autodiscovery and topological views for physical (for example, Ethernet links), virtual (for example, pseudowire), and service (for example, EVC ) connections, as well as the multilayer associations between these connections
Physical, virtual, and service connection representation: Link/connection inventory, topology views, and overlay of virtual and service connections on physical topologies
Support for Carrier Ethernet, MPLS/IP, MPLS VPN, MPLS-TP, and RAN backhaul topologies and service connections
Unmanaged network segment support
Network-level fault correlation and root-cause analysis
Monitoring and alarm tracking of virtual and service connection events, including Ethernet Connectivity Fault Management (CFM) events
Support for Remote Loop Free Alternate (LFA) which enables a quick reroute and recovery in case of network failure, including modelling and new service events
Ability to locate and view L2 and L3 EVCs related to an Ethernet or Link Aggregation Group (LAG) port
Modeling of PW-HE virtual interfaces that allow termination of access or aggregation pseudowires into an L2 or L3 domain

Network troubleshooting

Identification of event and alarm location down to the alarmed device component
Event and alarm association with virtual and service connections
Event troubleshooting information report that provides probable cause and troubleshooting information for mobile packet core (ASR 5000 Series) events
Detailed device configuration representation to aid in navigating along an affected path with event/alarm overlays and hyperlinks among related device components; to help enable web-based device configuration browsing to greatly speed up troubleshooting
GUI-based representation of topology and device configurations to assist in isolating fault and configuration errors to the root-cause device and particular device component (when available)
Path trace, Ethernet Operations, Administration, and Maintenance (E-OAM) troubleshooting tools, with access to device-resident troubleshooting commands
Integration with Cisco Prime Performance Manager for context-sensitive launch of performance reports from within Cisco Prime Network's user interface

Table 5. System Integration and Customization

Product Specification


OSS integration

Network inventory data through standardized 3GPP and MTOSI web services for integration with external OSS
Physical and logical inventory access to external OSSs to eliminate the cost of building and maintenance
Web service scheduling functionality for generating 3GPP inventory files at regular intervals
Real-time inventory notifications that will enable OSS applications to receive notifications whenever inventory files are ready in 3GPP format for ASR 5000, ASR 5500 devices
XML-based interface (queries, commands, notifications)
Event notification service for forwarding SNMP notifications and email notifications
Web services
Application cross-launch

Solution integration

Cisco Prime Network being part of the Cisco Prime for EPN, Mobility, and Data Center Assurance solutions and fully integrated with Cisco Prime Carrier Management for A-to-Z fulfillment of lifecycle tasks, including design, fulfillment, assurance, and analysis
Pretested integration with

InfoVista VistaInsight for Networks for performance management

Cisco Info Center and IBM/Tivoli Netcool for fault management

Customization and extension capabilities

UI customization: Application cross-launch, maps layout
Command Builder: Create device command-line interface (CLI) scripts that can be embedded in and executed from the UI
Model extension: Soft properties to extend internal models
VNE Customization Builder (VCB): Customize and extend VNE driver support, including

Compilation of SNMP traps from management information base (MIB) modules to extend trap support

Simulation of new or customized events from the VCB GUI

Business tags (searchable, user-defined tags that can be attached to device and device component objects, for example, to identify the name of a managed services customer associated with an access port)
Language support (multibyte language support)
Rule engine to customize alarm post processing
Registry Service facilitates extensive customization of Cisco Prime Network application behavior. Includes options for inserting custom-created applications into the Cisco Prime Network system. Implementing these customizations requires in-depth training. Alternatively, customization is available through Cisco Advanced Services

Cisco Developer Network

Extensive SDK and developer support
Developer Forums supported by Cisco Prime Network subject matter experts
Training videos on demand (VoDs)
Links for downloading utilities, extensions, scripts, and tools
Best Practices page containing recommendations, tips, and success stories
Up-to-date information about upcoming training events

Table 6. System Deployment and Administration

Product Specification


User security

Support for local and external authentication using Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
Multiple methods for user access and security control:

Security access roles determine the actions each user can perform

Security scopes determine which devices each user can access and the actions that can be performed on these devices

Configurable option to execute user-selected device configuration commands with system ID and password or the user's login ID and password

Administration GUI with method for tracking and controlling active GUI and NBI user sessions

System administration

Separate administrator login and user interfaces
Administer Cisco Prime Network software Image, features, and data backups
Administer Cisco Prime Network components: gateway applications, unit servers, and Agent Virtual Machines (AVMs) that operate on gateway and unit servers
Manage the Oracle database and system data
Install, remove, configure, and troubleshoot device drivers and data communication with managed devices
Administer data communication with managed devices, including adaptive polling groups that control the impact on device CPU, smart polling that avoids repetitive polling
Manage redundancy for unit servers, Agent Virtual Machines, and other application processes
Manage user accounts
Administer device access authorization using device scopes
Administer system security
Control event monitoring, systemwide filters
Configure Event Notification Service to export events to one or more external fault management systems
Configure device configuration operations; for example, configure device configuration operation to pass the user’s credentials to the device for authentication and authorization
Manage log files
Enhance installation mechanism to support multiple Cisco Prime Network Integration Layer instances in suite mode

System redundancy



Cisco Prime Network unit server redundancy and AVM process protection through watchdog processes within each unit server and gateway server

n+m warm standby protection for unit server groups

Watchdog protocol monitors and restarts failed AVM processes within each unit server

Users alerted through Cisco Prime Network system events and alarms
Hot revert from a backup site where the active, backup site does not need to be taken down. Operation can be switched back to the active site without any down time

System Requirements

Distributed Architecture

Each Cisco Prime Network installation consists of unit servers hosting the VNEs, gateway server, embedded database or external Oracle database, and Windows-based clients. Depending upon the scale of the network, Cisco Prime Network unit and gateway server software can be deployed on a single server or across multiple servers for a distributed architecture.

Cisco Prime Network also allows gateway and unit servers to be deployed as virtual servers, using VMware for Linux. A wide variety of deployment configurations can be tailored to meet the needs of each customer environment.* Systems can also be configured in various standby/high-availability modes to help ensure business continuity.

Unit Servers

Interconnected unit servers can host up to thousands of individual VNEs, each representing a managed network element. As the managed network grows, VNEs can easily be moved from one unit to another, and additional units can be added to host additional VNEs.

For more detailed information on system requirements and technical specifications please refer to the “Gateway and Unit Requirements” section of the Cisco Prime Network Quick Start Guide or Cisco Prime Network Installation Guide.

About Cisco Prime

The Cisco Prime portfolio of IT and service provider management offerings empowers IT organizations to more effectively manage their networks and the services they deliver. Built on a service-centered foundation, Cisco Prime supports integrated lifecycle management through an intuitive workflow-oriented user experience—providing A-to-Z management for EPNs, mobility, video, cloud, and managed services.

Services and Support

Cisco offers a wide range of services programs to accelerate customer success. These innovative services programs are delivered through a unique combination of people, processes, tools, and partners, resulting in high levels of customer satisfaction. Cisco services help you to protect your network investment, optimize network operations, and prepare the network for new applications to extend network intelligence and the power of your business. For more information please visit the Cisco Services page on

Ordering Information

Cisco Prime Network is available for purchase through regular Cisco sales and distribution channels worldwide. Toplace an order, visit the Cisco Ordering Homepage. Ordering Information for the latest release is shown in Table 7.

Table 7. Ordering Information for Cisco Prime Network 4.1

Product ID



Cisco Prime Network 4 – Base Application


Cisco Prime Network 4 – SBY (Only for Standby enablement)


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Lab Application (not for Production)


Cisco Prime Network 4 – MTOSI Northbound Interface


Cisco Prime Network 4 – 3GPP Northbound Interface


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 800 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 1800 ISR – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 1900 ISR – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 2600 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 2800 ISR – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 2900 ISR – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 3800 ISR – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 3900 ISR – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco MWR 1900 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco MWR 2900 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 2500 CGS – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 2000 CGR – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 7200 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 7300 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 7400 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 7500 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 7600 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco 10000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco NCS 6008 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 1000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 901 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 901S – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 903 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 9000v – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 9001 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 9006 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 9010 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 9922 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 9904 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 9912 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco GSR/XR 12000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco CRS 4 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 8 – Cisco CRS 4 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 16 – Cisco CRS 4 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco CSR 1000v – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 5000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASR 5500 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Catalyst® 2000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Catalyst 3550 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Catalyst 3560 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Catalyst 3700 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Catalyst 4500 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Catalyst 4900 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Catalyst 6500 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ME-1200 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ME-3400 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Catalyst 3750 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ME 2600X – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ME 3600X – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ME 3800X – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ME-4600 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ME 4900 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ME 6500 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Nexus 1000v – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Nexus 1010 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Nexus 2000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Nexus 3000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Nexus 4000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Nexus 5000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco Nexus 7000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco CPT50 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco CPT200 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco CPT600 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco uBR7200 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco uBR10000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco RF Gateway 10 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco MDS 9100 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco MDS 9200 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco MDS 9500 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco UCS C Chassis – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco UCS B Blade – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Virtual Machines – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASA5550 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ASA5585 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco AS 5300 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco AS 5800 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco SCE 2000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Cisco ACE 4710 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Gen. Driver for Servers – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Gen. Driver for NE – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – ALU 7450 ESS-1 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – ALU 7450 ESS-6 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – ALU 7450 ESS-7 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – ALU 7450 ESS-12 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – ALU 7705 SR – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – ALU 7710 SR – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – ALU 7750 SR – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Calix B6-214, B6-216 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Calix B6-312, B6-316 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Calix B6-450 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Dragon. Hor. Compact – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Dragon. Hor. Quantum – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Huawei ATN 910 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Huawei ATN 950 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Huawei S9303 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Huawei S9306 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Huawei S9312 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Huawei CX600-X1,X2,X8 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper M10i – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper M20 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper M120 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper M320 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper M40e – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper MX240 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper MX480 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper MX960 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper ERX1440 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper T1600 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper T320 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Juniper T640 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – RAD ACE 3100, ACE 3105 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – RAD ACE 3200, ACE 3205 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – RAD ETX 204A, ETX204A – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – RAD IPMUX-4L – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – RAD LA-210 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Symmetricom TP 2700 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Symmetricom TP 5000 – Right To Manage


Cisco Prime Network 4 – Citrix NetScaler – Right To Manage

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* Support for Solaris has been discontinued. With Cisco Prime Network 4.0 and future versions, installation is only supported in Linux environments. Operations reports do not support IPv6. The gateway, database server (Oracle and Infobright), and the units should be installed with IPv4. Activation and workflow features are being replaced with Transaction Manager, a new component introduced in release 4.0. Legacy activation and workflow features are available with upgrades to Cisco Prime Network 4.0 from earlier versions. Consult your local Cisco representative for details.