D-View 7

Network Management System
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The D-View 7 Network Management System is a comprehensive standards-based management tool designed to centrally manage critical network characteristics such as availability, reliability, resilience and security in a consistent way. Flexible and versatile, D-View 7 uses cutting edge web technology to provide a comprehensive software toolbox that can be accessed without the need to install software onto the client.

Flexible Architecture

D-View 7 is organized into a server-probe architecture, which simplifies data collection across complex networks. Monitoring and configuring multiple devices at remote locations, across the Internet, or behind a NAT is no longer an issue with the D-View 7. Remotely deployed probes will automatically tunnel home, allowing for the management of devices that cannot be directly accessed using standard SNMP. When a device is selected for management,  D-View 7 probes will relay the command to the devices and then report back its data to the D-View 7 server.

Simplify Network Management

D-View 7 supports various predefined configuration template which can help users manage multiple devices easily. For complex configuration, D-View 7 also has the ability to  deploy CLI scripts across multiple devices simultaneously. This allows D-View 7 to support a wide area network range of configuration features and virtually any device as long as it supports reporting, monitoring, analysing  and CLI settings. With a highly customizable scheduling system, D-View 7 can allow users to assign tasks to be issued in off peak hours or any other planned maintenance time frame. Users can have the peace of mind knowing that routine maintenance task and configurations will be automatically managed and monitored by D-View 7’s event notification system. D-View 7 also supports periodic task which can be run daily, weekly, monthly, etc.

Extendable, Affordable Business Wireless Solution

Designed from the ground up as a standalone software controller, D-Link D-View 7 is flexible, robust, and feature rich. It comes ready to run with many enhanced enterprise wireless access point (AP) features to provide a solid wireless network system for customers who need a centralized management controller. D-View 7 can be deployed onto a server running Microsoft Windows and can manage up to 500 APs without an additional license charge. D-View 7 currently supports 6 different models of D-Link Access Points.

Robust Security and Management Tools

The D-View 7 Network Management System supports multi-site deployment management as well as multi-tenancy management. This allows network administrators to provide different management authorities between head and regional offices, and allows service providers to offer a managed wireless network for their customers. Sites can be logically separated with their own configuration, access security, network map, and statistics. Auto- generates network topology maps and periodically polls network devices. The map of the topology  view  can  be  modified(Add,  Edit, Delete).  Select  this  option  image  formats  supported are JPG, JPEG, GIF and PNG. For example, a network operations manager could pre-configure APs before dispatching them to regional offices. He can then manage all of the APs on an enterprise intranet, while allowing local administrators to manage APs that are only present on their local network. The service provider can simply send a pre-configured AP to a customer and then remotely manage the customer’s wireless network access and security.

Manage Third-party Devices

Network administrators can customize the SOID and related information of virtually any 3rd party device which lets D-View 7 identify many third party devices and manage them. D-View 7 can then check the health status of those devices, issue CLI commands, and do the standard management and monitoring. Detected foreign wireless access points seen on the Network Management System. Combined with the new D-View 7 graphical dashboard, network administrators can get near real-time feedback on the status of their network.

For wireless access, D-Link SMB APs can support 8 SSIDs per radio, which means administrators can use one SSID to create a guest network for visitors. D-View 7 expands on that built-in feature and allows for multiple user authentications. Access controls can be configured per SSID as well, allowing network administrators to configure separate internal networks for different subnets. This means that more advanced value added services such as a captive portal or Wi-Fi hotspots can be used to help manage wireless network traffic.

Flexible Expansion and Deployment Options

Unlike traditional hardware controller solutions for managing wireless access points, D-View 7  has a much lower initial investment cost as it comes bundled with many D-Link access points and there are no per access point license charges. With the simple to use installation tool, it is easy to expand the wireless network in the future. Adding devices to D-View 7 is done automatically when new access points are discovered on the network, allowing new devices to be quickly managed and deployed. D-View 7 also automatically manages RF output for multiple access points, optimizing the number of available wireless channels and coverage. This results in reduced channel interference and provides faster total bandwidth throughput and connection reliability. By optimizing the coverage area and connection quality, D-View 7 enables network administrators to provide better wireless service at a lower deployment cost, resulting in a higher return on investment.

Deploying D-View 7 is also much simpler compared to traditional hardware controller solutions as it can be installed on any server running a recent version of Microsoft Windows. D-View 7 software operates transparently on the network meaning the access point can be deployed anywhere in a customer’s Layer 2/3 environment. Management traffic to and from the target access points will go through an authorized  tunnel to D-View 7 while normal network traffic will go through existing networking infrastructure unimpeded. The D-View 7 management interface is also remotely accessible via its built-in web server. Administrators can use a web browser to connect to computers with D-View 7  installed to manage their WLAN network and wireless access points from anywhere.

Enhanced Trap and Syslog Analysis

D-View 7 also functions as a trap and syslog server which can collect all of the trap or syslog data from multiple devices across a network. This gives network administrators a centralized place to collect important data, which can then be searched easily from within one year retrospective recording D-View 7. The advanced search system lets network administrators set keyword combinations, and generate alarms based on events that are reported in the trap or syslog feature. It can also let network administrators set key works, keyword combinations, and generate alarms based on reported trap or syslog.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Genel Özellikler


Fiziksel Özellikler
 
 
Features 
 
Simplify Management Tasks  
Supports SNMP v1, v2c, and v3 
Supports device auto-discovery 
Supports scheduled and periodic task management  
Supports event notification and event escalation 
Supports SNMP trap and syslog collection 
Supports Batch Configuration and is capable of configuring multiple devices at a time 
 
Flexible Architecture 
 
Designed with a server and probe architecture  
Supports management of devices behind a 
firewall, NAT, or in remote sites without a VPN 
 
Visualization
 
Easy to understand and configure dashboard  
Customizable chart system for displaying data  
Support auto-generates network topology  
Support real-time device status on topology  
Support real-time device rack and panel simulation 
 
3rd Party Device Support 
 
Support Smart and Managed Switches, Unified 
Switches, Unified Access Points, Wireless 
Controller, Wireless Access Point, etc.
Support 3rd party device management by MIB 
Compiler and Browser
 
Web-based management
 
Software controller can be installed on a Microsoft Windows computer and accessed
through any device with a web browser such as a smartphone, tablet, or computer
 
Multi-site management
 
Multiple distributed sites can be managed from a central location
The multi-tenant architecture provides multilayer management authority
Wireless Acces Device connected allows access point locations, information on topologhy map and management features
 
NAT pass-through
 
Controllers can manage wireless access points in remote locations even if they are behind a NAT device (router or firewall)
 
Captive portal and access control 
 
Supports local DB, external RADIUS, LDAP, POP3 and Wi-Fi passcode authentication 
Supports user access control 
 
Auto radio frequency (RF) management 
 
Supports automatic channel and output power optimization 
Real-time radio frequency status
Radio performance analyzer 
 
Bandwidth optimization
 
Optimizes wireless bandwidth 
 
Advanced Report 
 
Date interval history
Highest data usage list
Last connection details 
 
 
Technical Specifications  
 
Architecture
 
Standard server client web architecture
Multi-tenant architecture
Probe design to collect data from remote site without VPN or behind NAT 
 
User Management
 
Read-write and read-only privileges by modules
 
Discovery  
 
Device Discovery
 
Support SNMP v1, v2c, v3 scan
Support IPv4/IPv6 address range scan
Support smart scan by neighborhood
Support discover across LAN by probe 
Link Discovery
Support LLDP,  FDB based link discovery 
 
Auto Discovery
 
Support periodically discovery with specific time period  
 
Inventory Management
 
Support inventory and devices export
Support device grouping by labels, a device can belong to multiple labels  
 
Monitoring  
 
Dashboard
 
Support overall system and product summary for wired or wireless devices
Support customized dashboard 
 
Sensor
 
Support following methods to data collection
SNMP
PING
 
Topology View
 
Support auto-topology generation
Support customized topology generation
Support devices status display
Support link status display
Support different structure of topology (tree type, start type)
Support multi-layer topology for following views
Support customized background image overlay for following views  
 
Panel View
 
Support panel and LED status of switches
Support panel view with stacking switches
  
Status Polling
 
Support multiple polling methods
Ping
SNMP
Support customized polling time for each devices or by group
RF channel usage rate, RX/TX usage rate and general informations of all wireless access devices
 
Event & Notification
 
Support customized criteria or threshold to trigger the event based on following rules
 
Value Match
Keyword Match
Keyword Combination Match
Support customized escalation rules
Support email notification to defined users
  
Device Configuration
 
Support pre-defined template to quick config single or multiple devices
Support script dispatch with variables (such as IPv4 and IPv6, system name, etc.) defined by each devices
  
Firmware Upgrade
 
Support firmware upgrade for single or multiple devices 
 
Config Backup / Restore
 
Support one-time scheduled config backup for single or multiple devices
Support periodically scheduled config backup for single or multiple devices
Support config restore by system-stored or user by user-uploaded file for single or multiple devices
  
Task Management
 
Support one-time scheduled task
Support periodically scheduled task  
 
Advanced Report & Information
  
Report
 
Selectable file format PDF or CSV
E-mail function
Easy report interface
Radio performance retrospective reports
 
History Report
 
User
Location
Devices (AP, devices) 
Management System
Last connection detail
Connection time
Data usage
Ap information
Radio link status
  
Radio State Information
 
Channel occupancy
Connected client number  
 
Wireless Features 
 
RF Management and Control
 
Auto Output Power Control
Auto Channel
Self-healing around failed APs
 
Multiple SSIDs per Radio(AP)
 
16
 
Advanced Wireless Features
 
Band steering
L2 roaming
Bandwidth optimization  
 
WIDS System
 
Rogue AP detection
 
WLAN Management
  
Maximum APs per Device (Controller)
 
500
  
WLAN Management Features
 
AP grouping
Multi-tenancy
Visualized topology
NAT pass-through
 
AP-Controller Connection Mode
 
Bridge mode
 
User Authentication
 
Guest Portal
Captive portal  
 
Authentication Method
 
LDAP
Voucher
Local
POP3
RADIUS
  
Hotspot Features
 
Built-in support for voucher-based authentication Built-in hotspot manager for voucher creation and guest management
Rate limiting and bandwidth control for guest and hotspot portal
 

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