Cisco Prime Network Analysis Module 5.1 Command Reference
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Index

Table Of Contents

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

Index

A

access log

clearing 2-11, 2-14

account management privilege 6-35

acronyms, list of A-1

address

trap destination 6-28

alarm

privilege for web user 6-35

alarms

email notification 3-3

web publishing 6-34

alerts, clearing 2-11, 2-14

audience for this document iii-x

audit trail

displaying information 4-33

GUI and CLI audit 2-6

available memory

displaying 5-26

B

bars

displayed graph 4-19

BOOT environment variable

displaying information 6-14, 6-19

broadcast address

setting 3-12

C

capturing data

remote storage 4-22

Catalyst 6500 series switch

displaying information 6-19

cautions

significance of iii-xi

CDP

Cisco Discovery Protocol 2-8

messages hold time 2-9

messages interval 2-10

certificate signing requests

displaying 4-38

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) 2-8

collection

privilege for web user 6-35

collections

URL 4-9

command

help 1-3

modes 1-3

command-line interface 1-1

community string

trap destination 6-28

configuration 2-16, 2-17, 2-18

importing to the NAM 2-16

console session 1-1

control index

host layer

host monitoring 4-11

monitor

address map 6-28

conventions iii-x

core dump

retrieving 2-19

creating

trap destinations 6-28

creation mode 1-4

crypto

certificate signing requests 4-38

installed certificates 4-37

D

data source

host layer

host monitoring 4-11

date and time 5-9

decode

privilege for web user 6-35

default

gateway

address setting 3-13, 3-14

password 1-1

deleting 3-17

DES encrypted string

TACACS+ server 3-25

destination

trap index 6-28

trap owner 6-28

trap UDP port 6-28

display

graph bars 4-19

help 3-9

specifying screen line number 6-24

displaying 6-12

available memory 5-26

certificate signing requests 4-38

date and time 5-9

entity values 5-16

hosts entries 5-17

import log entries 5-21, 5-23

installed

certificate 4-37

memory 5-26

patches 6-3

maintenance

image 5-21, 5-22, 5-23

log 5-24

patch log entries 5-22

protocol

configuration 5-29

RX data counters 6-7

SNMP 6-8

system log settings 6-9

system memory 5-26

technical support information 6-11

upgrade log entries 5-24

URL collection configuration 5-30, 5-31, 5-32

URL collection information 5-30, 5-31, 5-32

web

access log 4-27

user information 6-18, 6-19

documentation iii-xi

audience for this iii-x

typographical conventions in iii-x

downloading

maintenance image 6-30

patch software 4-16

E

editing

trap destinations 6-28

edit mode 1-4

email 3-3, 5-15

entity

alias 3-5

asset ID 3-6

displaying values 5-16

MIB 3-6

string 3-6

exit 3-7

entries 3-30, 6-20

leaving a subcommand mode 3-7

log out 3-7

external port

IP interface 3-27

F

failures

alerts 6-10

full

read-write access, root 1-1

G

gateway

address

setting 3-13, 3-14

getting help 1-3, 3-9

graph

setting number of bars 4-19

guest

access 1-1

account 1-1

H

help

commands 1-3

entry 3-9

host

layer host 4-11

name setting 3-15

hostname resolution

enabling and disabling 4-19

hosts

entries 3-17, 5-17

web publishing 6-34

HTTP

enabling the server 3-24

port setting 3-18

setting the secure server 3-20, 3-21, 3-22, 3-23

I

image upgrading 6-30

importing configurations 2-16

import log entries

displaying 5-21, 5-23

index

trap destination 6-28

installed

certificate 4-37

memory 5-26

patches 6-3

installing

patch software 4-16

internal port 3-27

IP

adding hosts 3-16

address, setting for system 3-10

broadcast address for system 3-12

deleting hosts 3-17

displaying NAM parameters 5-19

gateway

for system 3-13, 3-14

gateway address setting 3-13, 3-14

hostname

setting 3-15

host name for system 3-15

setting

HTTP port 3-18

HTTP secure server 3-20, 3-21, 3-22, 3-23

name server 3-28

trap destination address 6-28

IP interface

ports 3-27

IP parameters 5-19

iSCSI

remote storage 4-24

L

leaving a subcommand mode 2-7, 2-8, 2-9, 2-10, 3-7

levels of access 1-1

local web user 6-35

logging

out 3-30

M

main menu, returning to 2-7, 2-8, 2-9, 2-10

maintenance

image 5-21, 5-22, 5-23, 5-24

image upgrade 6-30

maximum entries

network layer

for host layer host monitoring 4-11

messages

hold time, CDP 2-9

interval, CDP 2-10

mode

command 1-3

creation 1-4

edit 1-4

leave and return to main menu 2-7, 2-8, 2-9, 2-10

subcommand 1-3

modes, command 1-3

N

name

server queries 4-14

name server entries 3-28

network device

connectivity checking 4-18

route tracing 6-27

network layer

maximum entries for host layer host monitoring 4-11

NFS

remote storage

remote storage, NFS 4-22

remote storage, iSCSI 4-24

O

outside login

enable and disable 3-8

owner

host

layer host monitoring 4-11

trap destination 6-28

P

packet

capture for web user 6-35

parameters

displaying for NAM 5-19

password

default 1-1

setting 4-15

patch

downloading software 4-16

strong crypto 3-8

patch log entries

displaying 5-22

ports

IP interface 3-27

preferences

screen display 4-19

problems

alerts 6-10

prompt

guest account 1-1

root account 1-1

protocol

configuration 5-29

publishing GUI displays for hosts 6-34

R

read-only access

guest and root access 1-1

reboot

restart 4-21

shutdown 4-21

remote

server alarms 6-23

remote storage

capturing data 4-22

iSCSI 4-24

removing

web users 6-35

report data

sending through email. 3-3

reports

web publishing 6-34

resetting the NAM 2-16

resolution

hostname enabling and disabling 4-19

restart

reboot 4-21

retrieving a core dump 2-19

returning to the main menu 2-7, 2-8, 2-9, 2-10

root account 1-1

route

tracing 6-27

rows

preferences for screen display 4-19

running configuration 5-4

RX data counters

displaying 6-7

S

scheduled report data 5-15

scheduled report data and alarms 3-3

screen display

preferences 4-19

screen refresh interval

preferences 4-19

secure server

setup 3-20, 3-21, 3-22, 3-23

session

specifying terminal display configuration 6-24

shut down 6-20

reboot 4-21

shutting down 6-20

Simple Network Management Protocol

See SNMP 6-8

SNMP

devices, configuring 6-21

parameters, displaying 6-8

software patch 4-16

strong crypto patch 3-8

subcommand mode 1-3

synchronizing system time 6-25

system

broadcast address setting 3-12

clearing alerts 2-11, 2-14

configuration privilege

web user 6-35

default gateway address setting 3-13, 3-14

host name setting 3-15

IP address

setting 3-10

log

configuring 6-22

remote server alarms 6-23

settings 6-9

log settings 6-9

name server

entries setting 3-28

system memory 5-26

T

tabular screens

row display 4-19

TACACS+

DES encrypted string 3-25

enabling the secret-key 3-25

enabling the server 3-25

technical support information

displaying 6-11

terminal setting

specifying screen lines 6-24

time

configuration

setting 6-25

synchronization settings 6-12

displaying 6-12

zone settings 6-12

tracing

route to a network device 6-27

trap 6-28

community string 6-28

destinations 6-13

index 6-28

IP address 6-28

owner 6-28

UDP port 6-28

typographical conventions in this document iii-x

U

UDP port

trap destination 6-28

upgrade

log entries 5-24

maintenance image 6-30

URL

collections 4-9

user name 6-35

V

version information 6-14

voice displays

web publishing 6-34

W

warnings, significance of iii-xi

web access log

displaying 4-27

web publising alarms 6-34

web publising reports 6-34

web publising voice displays 6-34

web user 6-35

account management privilege 6-35

alarm privilege 6-35

collection privilege 6-35

configuring 6-35

decode privilege 6-35

information 6-18, 6-19

packet capture 6-35

system configuration privilege 6-35