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TWINS 2012 The Joint 2nd World Congress on Twin Pregnancy and the 14th Congress of the International Society of Twin Studies (ISTS): “A global perspective” Florence, Italy, April 1- 4, 2012 ADVANCED PROGRAMME Sunday, April 1, 2011 Congress venue: Palazzo dei Congressi, Florence 13:30 pm – 16:30 pm PRECONGRESS COURSE 1 : Biological twinning (Bulmer symposia) Chairpersons: Nils Lambalk, NL , Catherine Derom, Belgium The Genetics of DZ twinning - Grant Montgomery, Australia The Genetics of MZ twinning - Bruno Reversade, Singapore The biology of multiple implantation in twinning – Nils Lambalk, NL Perinatal
  • fetal reduction
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  • twin pregnancy
  • diagnosis of multiple gestation with particular emphasis on the assessment of chorionicity
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Publié le : mardi 27 mars 2012
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Inventory Management with CiscoWorks
LAN Management Solution 4.0
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CONTENTS
iii
Preface ix
Notices xiii
OpenSSL/Open SSL Project iii-xiii
License Issues iii-xiii
CHAPTER 1 Overview of Inventory Management 1-1
Understanding the Inventory Dashboard 1-2
Best Practices Deviation 1-2
Discrepancies Portlet 1-3
Device Change Audit Portlet 1-3
Hardware Summary Portlet 1-5
Software Summary Portlet 1-6
Calendar Portlet 1-6
Understanding the Device Status Dashboard 1-7
Network Data Collection Summary 1-8
Device Discovery Summary 1-8
Job Information Status 1-9
Device Performance Management Summary 1-10
IPSLA Collector Information 1-11
IPSLA Device Categorization 1-12
Device Credentials Verification Error Summary 1-13
Config Protocol Summary 1-13
Inventory Device Status 1-14
CHAPTER 2 Device and Credential Repository 2-1
Understanding DCR 2-2
Device Types 2-2
Device Attributes 2-3
Mandatory Device Attributes 2-4
Device Credentials 2-4
Device Credentials in DCR 2-5
Secondary Credentials 2-6
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SNMP Credentials 2-7
Device Credentials of Other Management Types 2-8
DCR Architecture 2-8
CHAPTER 3 Discovering Devices 3-1
Configuring Device Discovery Settings 3-2
Configuring Discovery Module Settings 3-3
Configuring Seed Device Settings 3-5
IPv4 and IPv6 Addresses as Seed Devices 3-5
Options to Specify Seed Devices 3-6
Specifying Seed Devices in a File 3-7
Specifying Module Specific Seed Devices 3-8
Specifying Global Seed Devices 3-10
Configuring SNMP Settings 3-11
Configuring Discovery Filter Settings 3-14
Important Notes on Configuring Discovery Filters 3-15
Patterns in IP Address Filter Rules 3-15
Regular Expressions in Filter Rules 3-16
Specifying Discovery Filter Settings 3-17
Configuring Global Discovery Settings 3-18
Viewing Discovery Settings Summary 3-22
Starting Device Discovery 3-25
Viewing Device Discovery Details 3-26
Viewing Device Discovery Summary 3-27
Total Devices Discovered 3-29
Reachable Devices 3-30
Unreachable Devices 3-31
Devices Added to DCR 3-32
Devices Updated to DCR 3-33
Activities Performed From Device Discovery Details Windows 3-34
Using DCR Features in a Master-Slave Setup 3-35
Using Device Discovery Features in Various Setup 3-35
Using Device Discovery in Master-Slave Setup 3-35
Running Device Discovery within NAT Setup 3-35
CHAPTER 4 Managing Devices and Credentials 4-1
Managing Devices in DCR 4-2
Adding Devices 4-3
Standard Type 4-3
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Auto Update Type 4-5
Cluster Managed Type 4-8
CNS Managed Type 4-9
Device Addition Status Report 4-11
Deleting Devices 4-12
Editing Device Credentials 4-13
Editing Device Identity 4-15
Importing Devices and Credentials 4-16
Import Using Device and Credential Interface 4-16
Import Status Report 4-21
Sample CSV Files and XML Files 4-22
Exporting Devices and Credentials 4-28
Specifying Device Credentials for Export 4-29
Export Device Credentials Using UI 4-30
Excluding Devices 4-32
Viewing Devices List 4-33
Understanding Unified Device Manager 4-34
Important Notes Related to UDM 4-35
Device Management in Master-Slave Setup 4-35
Non-Cisco Device Support 4-35
License Limit 4-35
Backup and Recovery 4-35
Understanding Device States 4-36
Managed State 4-36
Suspended State 4-36
Unmanaged State 4-36
Managed Devices not matching the Policy 4-36
Alias Device 4-37
Configuring Device Management Policy 4-37
Important Notes for Manage By Groups Option 4-39
Managing Device States 4-40
Adding Managed Devices 4-42
Working With Alias Devices 4-42
Resolving an Alias Device 4-43
Verifying Device Credentials 4-44
Creating Device Credentials Verification Jobs 4-46
Managing Auto Update Servers 4-49
Adding, Editing, and Deleting Auto Update Server 4-50
Configuring Device Selector 4-50
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Using Device Selector 4-51
Selecting Devices for Device Management Tasks 4-52
Searching Devices 4-53
Performing Simple Search 4-53
Performing Advanced Search 4-54
CHAPTER 5 CiscoView 5-1
CiscoView Features 5-2
Starting CiscoView 5-3
Navigating in CiscoView 5-4
Using the Options Bar 5-5
Using the Tools Bar 5-5
Using the Device Selector of CiscoView 5-6
Understanding the Color Legend 5-9
Using the Context Menu of CiscoView 5-10
Selecting a Device or its Components in the Chassis View 5-11
Viewing Devices Not Available in the DCR 5-12
Setting Preferences for CiscoView 5-13
Generating Interface Report for CiscoView 5-14
Device Packages 5-14
Device Package Updates 5-15
Device Management in CiscoView 5-15
Understanding Categories in CiscoView 5-16
Editing Categories in CiscoView 5-16
Configuring Devices in CiscoView 5-16
Add IP Addresses for Other Management Workstations 5-18
Limit Device Access Privileges for Other Management Workstations 5-18
Verify Device Configurations and Device Access 5-18
Edit Configuring and Monitoring Tables 5-19
Monitoring Devices in CiscoView 5-19
Viewing System Information in CiscoView 5-20
Configuring Devices Using CiscoView 5-20
Setting CiscoView Debugging Options and Display Logs 5-21
CHAPTER 6 CiscoView Mini-RMON Manager 6-1
Starting CiscoView Mini-RMON Manager 6-2
Navigating in CiscoView Mini-RMON Manager 6-3
Setting Up CiscoView Mini-RMON Manager 6-3
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Configuring a System 6-4
Setting Up Alarm Thresholds 6-5
Creating and Modifying an Alarm 6-6
Setting Up Statistics Collection on Ethernet Ports 6-9
Setting Up Historical Statistics Collection on Ethernet Ports 6-9
Enabling or Modifying History Collection on a Port 6-10
Viewing Alarm Events 6-11
Latest Alarm Events 6-11
Alarm Current Settings 6-12
Alarm Events Log 6-14
Alarm Thresholds 6-15
Alarm Event Log for Selected Alarm Thresholds 6-17
Viewing Traffic Statistics 6-17
Current Traffic Statistics 6-18
Current Traffic Details 6-19
Total Traffic And Utilization 6-21
Errors in Current Traffic Statistics 6-22
Packet Distribution 6-22
Traffic Statistics History 6-23
Details of Traffic History 6-24
Error Details in Traffic History 6-25
CHAPTER 7 Inventory Tools 7-1
Working With SmartCase 7-1
CLI Tools A-1
Using Discovery Features Through CLI A-1
Starting, Stopping, and Viewing Device Discovery Through CLI A-1
Using DCR Features Through CLI A-2
Adding Devices Using CLI A-3
Adding Devices Using dcrcli in Shell Mode A-3
Adding Devices Using dcrcli in Batch Mode A-4
Deleting Devices Using CLI A-4
Editing Devices Using CLI A-5
Listing the Attributes A-6
Listing the Device IDs A-6
Import Devices Using CLI A-7
Export Devices Using CLI A-11
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Frequently Asked Questions B-1
Device Discovery FAQ B-1
Device Management FAQ B-5
INDEX
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Preface
Inventory Management in CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution (LMS) 4.0 groups the various
activities in LMS involved in managing your network devices. You can add devices, discover devices,
manage them, manage groups using Inventory Management.
It also provides various Inventory Tools like Ciscoview, Mini-RMON, and SmartCase.
This preface details about related documents that support Getting Started feature, and demonstrates the
styles and conventions used in this guide. This preface contains:
• Audience
Document Conventions
Product Documentation
Audience
This guide is for users who are skilled in network administration and management, or network operators
who use this guide to make configuration changes of devices using LMS. The network administrator or
operator should be familiar with the following:
Basic Network Administration and Management
Basic Solaris System Administration
Basic Windows System Administration
Basic LMS Administration
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Document Conventions
Table 1 describes the conventions followed in the user guide.
Table 1 Conventions Used
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Commands and keywords boldface font
Variables for which you supply values italic font
Displayed session and system information screen font
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Variables you enter italic screen font
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Selecting a menu item in tables Option > Network Preferences
Note Means reader take note. Notes contain helpful suggestions or references to material not covered in the
publication.
Product Documentation
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you should also review the documentation on Cisco.com for any updates.
Table 2 describes on the product documentation that is available.
Table 2 Product Documentation
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On Cisco.com at Inventory Management with CiscoWorks LAN
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ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.0/us
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