Clearview Overview and Operation

Wireless Access Products


The ClearView Overview and Operation one-day instructor-led course consists of 4 modules focusing on the ClearView operation and basic configuration. It starts with NMS overview and deployment configurations, nodes and network management and is followed by fault and performance management. It is recommended for level-1 RDL 3000 support teams dealing with the monitoring of RDL 3000 system performance in a network, basic NE management and PM/KPI monitoring and reporting.

The course content is enriched with hands-on labs (with over 70% hands-on if done onsite). If done online, the hands-on part is limited to the demonstration and walk-through of the feature using a live ClearView server.

Courses are conducted by AVIAT expert trainers in a mentoring environment backed by their deep technology expertise and experience in implementation of microwave wireless and IP networks.

The course is conducted at the Aviat Training locations or can be arranged at customer sites.

Upon successfully completing this course, participants shall understand and acquire hands-on knowledge of the product to effectively use the following expertise:

  • Basic understanding of the SNMP NMS architecture including the Master-agent-MIB transactions
  • ClearView architecture and building blocks such as the ClearView Server and PostgreSQL and their specific attributes
  • Using ClearView as an NMS to manage RDL-3000/RDL-3100 systems
  • Configuring the RDL-3000/RDL-3100 and RDL-5000 systems to be able to interact with the ClearView
  • Discover network elements and create a logical map of the physical network within ClearView
  • Scheduling basic tasks including software upgrades and activation, configuration backup/restore
  • Configure and identify alarms and use them to troubleshoot network issues
  • Configure notification service and threshold crossing alerts (TCA) for network wide events
  • Configuring performance monitoring and creating PM graphs for RDL-3000/RDL-3100 systems KPIs
  • Using ClearView asset management feature
  • Creating network Surveillance categories and using in the Operator dashboard as a slide show
  • Using Topology, geographical and SVG maps in ClearView for locating RDL-3000 units
  • Participants should have at least RDL-3000 training and sound familiarity with the features and functionalities of the RDL-3000 systems.
  • Each student must have a laptop with administrative rights to install and run IP networking simulation software.

Course outline

  • Basics of NMS building blocks in the context of TMN standard, SNMP manager, agent and MIBs
  • ClearView architecture and building blocks introduction
  • ClearView Server and PostgreSQL database and RRD files systems review
  • Operation of single server and high availability deployments and identification of their applicable operational parameters
  • MIBs used in the RDL radio platforms
  • Transactions and interaction between the different components in a single server and HA ClearView installation
  • RDL systems management
  • Node discovery
  • Managing discovered node in area groups
  • Network topology
  • Managing nodes using embedded CLI and web-redirecting
  • Software upgrade and activation scheduling
  • Configuration backup and restore
  • Asset reports
  • Creating operator dashboards
  • System provisioning attributes
  • Adding nodes to ClearView
  • Creating user accounts and user groups
  • Alarms and events management
  • Threshold crossing alerts
  • Events and alarms notification rules and trap management
  • Regular and real time diagnostic data collection
  • PM data stored in the ClearView database
  • PM tools in ClearView
  • Key performance indicators (KPI)
  • PM graphing and charting
  • PM reports generation and forwarding

Required equipment for training sessions at customer sites

Not applicable

Not applicable


  • Sufficient in size to handle all participants, instructor, desks, chairs, classroom equipment. The room must have enough 110 AC (220) AC power and air conditioning to operate equipment, all students client’s PC’s and the server or radio as required.
  • This course can be done online with full hands-on at the level of this course if customer has access to their ClearView server online. Otherwise, the system web-UI shall be used for walk-through demonstration of features and functionalities by the instructor.


  • Marker board,
  • SVGA or projector and screen,

Desk and chairs

  • Desks or workstations with enough room for each student to write have open books,
  • client PC and / or,
  • keyboard and monitor
  • Internet Access
    Internet access through the server or through client PC.

Download description

Clearview Overview and Operation

Course description (PDF)

Pricing & scheduling

Please contact your Aviat local sales team for a quote or email

Course specifics

  • Duration: 1-day
  • Capacity: 10
  • Materials provided:
    • Student Handbook (e-Book)

Target audience

This course is intended for level-1 RDL 3000 support teams dealing with the monitoring of RDL 3000 system performance in a network, basic NE management and PM/KPI monitoring and reporting.

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