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This chapter describes the factors that you should consider before installing CiscoWorks2000 CD One on an HP-UX system. It contains:
CD One software, the foundation for CiscoWorks2000 Family of Products, enables the deployment, monitoring, and troubleshooting of devices across your network. CD One includes a web-server component, web-based tools, and web-browser capability. The functional components are:
•CiscoView—A graphical device management tool
•CiscoWorks2000 Server—Common set of management services shared by all CiscoWorks2000 products
•Integration Utility—An integration module that provides support for third party network management systems (NMS)
If you are installing CiscoWorks2000 for the first time, see the "Performing a New Installation" section. If you are upgrading from a CiscoWorks2000 application, refer to your specific CiscoWorks2000 application installation guide for supported upgrade information and see the "Performing an Upgrade Installation" section.
Note During an upgrade from a CiscoWorks2000 applications, previous product versions are removed, but the database, ANI information, community strings, user and host information, and application-specific data files are preserved and will be restored during the new product version installations.
You must use the CD One installation program to perform upgrades. See the "Installing CD One" chapter.
The minimum system requirements for the CiscoWorks2000 Server are shown in Table 1-1.
To verify the amount of available disk space in each of the specified partitions and directories, enter:# df -k directoryOr# bdf directory
where directory is the partition or directory for which you want to check the available disk space.
The following patch is required:
•PHSS_14577 or a superseding patch. The currently available patch is PHSS_16587.
Use the swlist -l product command to verify that this patch has been applied.
Integration Utility Standalone Requirements
The minimum server requirements for Integration Utility as a standalone system are shown in Table 1-3.
The minimum client requirements for Integration Utility as a standalone system are shown in Table 1-4.
Cisco View, a major component of CD One, manages and configures different types of Cisco devices. Refer to Using CiscoView for supported device information.
Supported Network Management System Environments
You can import device information from both local and remote network management systems (NMS). You can import devices remotely from a UNIX system only. The NMS supported for importing device information into the CiscoView application is HP OpenView Network Node Manager. Refer to Using CiscoView and the online help for information about importing devices.