Network topology mapping software allows you to visualize all customer edge (CE) routers and the connections between them to make sense of complex networks.
What the existing network topology mapping solutions lack, though, is integration with your other systems, especially for device monitoring, which would bring a host of additional benefits. This combination offers real-time network monitoring and alerting, reduces the number of tools your NOC/IT teams use, increases their effectiveness and ensures the highest SLA possible for your enterprise clients.
With UMP, you can have all that. And more.
The network topology mapping solution is just one of the features that make our device management platform stand head and shoulders above competition, providing you with better control over your customer care tools.
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Our network topology map shows your routers, switches, and interfaces they are connected by, along with their availability status and link usage. It also shows you the networks that represent nested topologies. This helps you easily visualize your whole network and understand the relations within at first sight, regardless of how complex it is.
When something goes down, do you know where to look for the culprit? The topology map is integrated with real-time monitoring and can show you alerts for a single CE router or a whole topology group. This lets you identify where exactly the pain-points are located – faster than ever.
If you manage multiple sites, you can display your network on a geographical map for a much better understanding of your network relations. You can view alerts for each site and easily navigate to a topological view of a given site to inspect it closer.
The real strength of our network topology map lies in its integration with the Unified Management Platform and its monitoring systems. You can drill down to the level of particular routers to see their current status, CPU, RAM, link usage, as well as any raised alerts.