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This SMARTS function uses a top-down approach that starts by identifying the problems that affect managed systems and problems that are important to identify and correlate. Codebook correlation
This SMARTS function uses the correlation model and the topology to build the codebook automatically. The correlation engine
What maintains a repository of information describing the topology of the managed network? A domain manager
This is an object-oriented database. The repository.
All applications are built upon a common database schema known as _______. The Common Information Model (CIM)
What are the two hierarchies of CIM? Physical and Logical
______ hierarchies describe the real-world components that make up your managed system. Physical
_______ hierarchies are visible through network protocols. They provide some network service, or connect logical components. It is created through the operation of hardware and software. You cannot touch it. Logical
This probe determines whether a device is certified and uniquely identifies the device. System Information Probe
This probe discovers IP network connectivity and finds IP addresses configured on a system. IP Network Probe
This probe collects VLAN information from switches including VLAN identifiers, VLAN trunks, and VLAN port memberships. Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) Probe
This probe collects additional interdevice connectivity information using proprietary topology MIBs. Neighbor Probe
SMARTS provides three methods for creating a representation of a network topology within the domain manager’s repository, what are they? Auto-discovery, manual discovery, topology import.
This is the user-specified function that discovers a network topology with minimal input. Auto-discovery
This is the execution of several probes used to discover a network topology. This method is useful when topology information is complete or available from a well-maintained database. Manual Discovery
With this process, you import a “seed” file that contains the HP OpenView file. Topology Import
A ______ monitors a specific set of problems in a particular system or network of managed elements. Domain Manager
This is the component of the SMARTS application that maintains knowledge (i.e., host, TCP port, and status) of available domain managers and provides this information to requesting clients (such as consoles and adapters). The Broker
This facilitates communication between the domain manager and clients. The Broker
SMARTS uses two types of clients, what are they? adapters and consoles
These are applications that provide a means of communication between domain managers and the networked system. Adapters
These are Java graphical user interface (GUI) for interacting with domain managers. Consoles
This console allows administrators to manage and configure applications by setting polling parameters, changing thresholds, and managing topology. Administration console
This console enables an administrator to manage the broker server. Broker console
This console displays a managed domain as a map of interconnected devices. Map console
This console uses information from the SMARTS repository to represent topology information. Map Console
What background color on the SMARTS map console indicates a physical connectivity map? Blue
What background color on the SMARTS map console indicates an IP connectivity and IP membership map? Yellow
What background color on the SMARTS map console indicates a VLAN connectivity and a VLAN membership map? Green
What smarts icon color indicates an active root cause problem event? Red
What smarts icon color indicates a compound event? Purple
What smarts icon color indicates a symptomatic event? Orange/Yellow
What smarts icon color indicates "unmanaged"? Gray
This map is the default map that appears when you select a device. It displays Layer 2 physical connectivity between devices, including cables, network connections, and bridging connections. Physical Connectivity Map
This map displays Layer 3 connectivity between routers and IP networks. IP Network Connectivity Map
This map displays all devices with an IP address on a selected IP network. IP Network Membership Map
This map displays VLANs, the switches that participate in the VLAN, and the routers that enable connections between VLANs. VLAN Connectivity Map
This map displays all devices that are members of a selected VLAN. VLAN Membership Map
This type of line indicates physical, logical IP, or logical VLAN connection. Black for normal. Solid
This type of line indicates a network connection. Black for normal. Jagged
This type of line indicates a bridging connection. Black for normal. Dotted
This console lets you modify the configuration of a SMARTS application. Polling and thresholds console
This component of a protocol analyzer counts bytes, frames, and errors as they are processed by the NIC. Counter
This component of a protocol analyzer discards frames based on the filter definition or activates a trigger based on the trigger definition. Filter
This component of a protocol anylzer stores all frames based on the user configuration inputs. Buffer
This component of a protocol analyzer is a specialized processor that processes the frames based upon the selected test and the user configuration inputs. Protocol Analyzer CPU
This component of a protocol analyzer is a processor that provides the Microsoft Windows operating system capabilities, user interface, and display information based on the user inputs. Personal Computer CPU
This provides information concerning the network utilization, total number of frames transmitted, and frame errors on the entire subnet. (Protocol Analyzer) Line vital statistics
This provides information concerning the network utilization and frame errors that are related to a specific protocol. (Protocol Analyzer) Protocol statistics
This reports errors that occur at the physical layer such as bad FCS, short frames, and jabbers. (Protocol Analyzer) MAC node statistics
These generate data traffic on the network to analyze network performance. (Protocol Analyzer) Active Tests
During an active test, this allows you to send frames to a specific node. Traffic Generator
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