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Old 08-20-2013, 03:24 AM
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Default Overview of exciting new features in the coming release v5.1

1. Hierarchy and Topology Maps of Site
New overview map and enhanced site topology map present a clearer image of entire network.
Newly added site pane and site action pane help user to work on a site network more conveniently.
Newly designed Site Manager helps users organize large network into hierarchical sites very easily.
2.‘Observer Cards’ for Device Details
When users continue to zoom into a Qmap, by scrolling the wheel of the mouse, they can ‘lock on’ a particular device to see device properties, live performance, historical data, etc.
3.Customizable Monitor based on Monitor Profile
In addition to default monitoring, NetBrain now includes diagnostic capabilities to troubleshoot interface issues, routing, VoIP, multicasting, and more. These profiles can be enhanced and customized.
The historical monitoring data saved in map can be view not only by chart but also Heat Map now.
4.Improved Visual Programming Environment for Procedures
Automation Procedures, introduced in version 5.0, are now easier to write. A brand new user interface and added debugging capability makes flow-chart programming more intuitive.
Procedure runs faster in 5.1, and users can search procedures by description, related show command, etc.
5.Customize Data Model via Command Procedures
Users can customize new types of device data, collected and parsed by NetBrain, to automatically detect and analyze changes in the network. For example, routing neighbor relationships, spanning-tree, virtual IP table of load balancer, and more.
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