Cisco Network Services Manager User Guide, 5.0
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Index

Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - G - H - I - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - Z

Index

A

Administration UI

Alert View 5-2

breadcrumb trail 5-3

changing the password 5-7

content pane 5-3

Domain Navigator 5-3

enabling popup windows 5-1

Explorer View 5-2

features 5-2

getting started 5-1

overview 1-3

product information 5-6

Run Commands option 5-6

status bar 5-6

Alert View

example screen 5-3

in Administration UI 5-2

monitoring status 6-1

troubleshooting 7-1

apiclient account

changing the password 5-7

password 7-2

API interface standards 3-1

asynchronous responses

from NB API 3-3

Task object ID 3-3

Task URL 3-3

audience, for this guide vii

B

breadcrumb trail

navigating 7-2

overview 5-3

business policy, description 2-2

C

changing user passwords 5-7

checking device configurations 7-2

Cisco documentation, obtaining ix

cloud instances 2-3

communications, troubleshooting 7-1

concepts, used in Network Services Manager 2-1

configurations, troubleshooting 7-2

content pane, overview 5-3

controller

number of devices assigned 7-3

number per site 2-3

overview 1-4

troubleshooting issues 7-1

conventions

for the NB API 3-5

used in this guide viii

created objects

deleting 4-17

identifying 4-16

creating

ENC network containers 4-12

network containers 4-9

tenant network containers 4-7

tenants 4-4

VLAN network containers 4-11

zone network containers 4-10

D

deleting objects 4-17

device

Run Commands option in Administration UI 5-6

verifying configurations 5-6

device stack

and tenant network containers 2-6

device roles 2-5

overview 2-4

supported in Network Services Manager 2-4

support provided 2-5

document

conventions viii

intended audience vii

organization viii

Domain Navigator

overview 5-3

using 7-2

domains, overview 2-6

dynamic topology, overview 2-5

E

ENC

network containers 4-12

REST resource 4-1

engine, overview 1-3

Explorer View

example screen 5-2

in Administration UI 5-2

external network connection. See ENC

external systems, using with Network Services Manager 1-4

G

getting started

with a REST client 4-3

with the Administration UI 5-1

H

HTTP status codes, and the NB API 3-3

I

identifying

created objects 4-16

service offerings 4-16

L

links

for created objects 4-16

for deleting objects 4-17

for service offerings 4-17

M

metamodels

clouds 2-3

limits 2-2

overview 2-2

monitoring

Alert View 6-1

syslog host 6-2

N

navigation

breadcrumb trail 7-2

Domain Navigator 7-2

NB API

conventions 3-5

creating

ENC network containers 4-12

network containers 4-9

tenant network containers 4-7

tenants 4-4

VLAN network containers 4-11

zone network containers 4-10

error handling 3-3

example failure response 3-4

HTTP status codes 3-3

overview 3-1

parameters A-1

request methods 3-2

resources 4-1

responses

asynchronous 3-3

components 3-4

synchronous 3-3

network access policy, description 2-2

network containers

creating 4-9

ENCs 2-6

overview 2-6

REST resource 4-2

types of 4-9

updating 4-13

VLANs 2-6

zones 2-6

network services, virtualization of 2-1

Network Services Manager

and external systems 1-4

architecture 1-2

concepts 2-1

controller 1-4

device stack 2-4

engine 1-3

features 1-1

metamodels 2-2

monitoring status 6-1

overview 1-1

redundancy configuration 2-7

related documentation ix

tenant placement 2-6

troubleshooting 7-1

O

obtaining Cisco documentation ix

organization, of this guide viii

overview

Administration UI 1-3

breadcrumb trail 5-3

content pane 5-3

device stack 2-4

Domain Navigator 5-3

domains 2-6

dynamic topology 2-5

metamodels 2-2

NB API 3-1

network containers 2-6

Network Services Manager 1-1

physical topology 2-3

policies 2-2

resources 2-3

sites 2-3

tenant network containers 2-6

tenants 2-6

virtualization 2-1

P

parameters

Boolean A-1

date A-1

integer A-1

ipv4 A-1

ipv4Addresses A-1

ipv4Pair A-2

ipv4Pairs A-2

ipv4Type A-2

macAddress A-2

NB API A-1

qosPolicies A-3

qosPolicy A-3

range A-3

ranges A-3

scheduledDate A-3

string A-3

strings A-4

subnet A-4

subnets A-4

uid A-4

vlanAssignment A-4

vmAddress A-4

passwords

admin account 7-2

apiclient account 7-2

changing 5-7

conventions 5-7

updating 7-2

physical topology, overview 2-3

pod. See device stack

policy, overview 2-2

popup windows, enabling for Administration UI 5-1

product information, in Administration UI 5-6

R

redundancy, and Network Services Manager 2-7

related product documentation ix

request headers for REST client 4-3

request methods for NB API 3-2

resetting passwords 7-2

resources

overview 2-3

used with the NB API 4-1

responses, to NB API requests 3-4

REST

features 3-1

interface standards 3-1

request methods 3-2

REST client

deleting objects 4-17

getting started 4-3

identifying

created objects 4-16

service offerings 4-16

request headers 4-3

REST resources

ENC 4-1

network container 4-2

service catalog 4-2

service offering 4-2

task 4-2

tenant 4-2

tenant network container 4-2

roles, of devices in stack 2-5

Run Commands feature 7-2

S

security options, for zone network containers 4-10

service catalog, REST resource 4-2

service offerings

identifying 4-16

REST resource 4-2

service request, submitting ix

sites

number of controllers 2-3

overview 2-3

status bar, in Administration UI 5-6

synchronous responses, from NB API 3-3

syslog host, monitoring status 6-2

T

task, REST resource 4-2

Task object ID, and NB API 3-3

Task URL, and NB API 3-3

tenant network containers

and device stack 2-6

creating 4-7

overview 2-6

REST resource 4-2

tenant placement, and Network Services Manager 2-6

tenants

creating 4-4

overview 2-6

REST resource 4-2

updating 4-13

troubleshooting

Alert View 7-1

controller communications 7-1

device configurations 7-2

Network Services Manager 7-1

password issues 7-2

status 7-1

U

updating

network containers 4-13

tenants 4-13

user passwords, changing 5-7

V

verifying device configurations 5-6

virtualization

in Network Services Manager 2-1

of network services 2-1

VLAN network containers

creating 4-11

types 4-11

Z

zone network containers

creating 4-10

security options 4-10