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Old 06-17-2009, 08:43 AM
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How is NetBrain Q-map different from the traditional topology map?
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NetBrain Q-map contains full knowledge of network objects and therefore can function as a medium for network managers to share knowledge. Q-map not only displays the static network topology information including network devices and their connections, but also displays the broad network knowledge including routing protocols, multicast modes, Access List (ACL), interface descriptions and etc. All these types of network knowledge are divided into data layers and become visible when the user zooms in to a certain scale. The user can customize the zoom scale for the type of data to be visible. Furthermore Q-map is designed to be used as a visual operation system for the network management. From Q-map, the user can perform all routine tasks more intuitively.

There are two types of Q-map: L3 Q-map and L2 Q-map. L2 Q-map displays the physical connections between devices.
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