Clearview Operation, Installation and Maintenance

Wireless Access Products

Overview

The ClearView Operation, Installation, and Maintenance course consists of six modules focusing on the ClearView operation, configuration, installation, and maintenance. The modular nature of the course makes it possible to customize the content to address learning requirements of different category of customer employees such as network administrators, system engineers, NOC teams and field support groups and SNMP-aware technicians.

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, trainees will be able to:

  • Understand ClearView architecture and building blocks such as the ClearView Server and Client Software and the MYSQL database
  • Use ClearView as an NMS to manage ’s RDL radio platforms
  • Discover network elements and create a logical map of the physical network within ClearView
  • Software and configuration management in one of the solutions (RDL-3000, RDL-2000 and RDL-5000)
  • Configure SNMP trap forwarding on the ClearView NBI for integration with the customer OOS and BSS
  • Configure notification service and threshold crossing alerts (TCA) for network wide events
  • Configure and identify alarms and use them to troubleshoot network issues
  • Perform routine tasks such as database backup, device configuration backup and restore, cleaning up performance management data accumulated in the database
  • Manage user accounts and network access privileges using the ClearView security module
  • Studying and creating reports for the managed solutions (RDL-3000, RDL-2000 and RDL-5000)
  • Deployment and configuration of the application and security level redundancy in ClearView
  • Install and configure ClearView server, client, database, and license
  • Configure the LDAP for user authentication. Discover 3rd party devices in ClearView
  • Export MAPs into the ClearView and view networks in Google-Earth/Google-MAP
  • Basic operations on the MYSQL server
  • Understand how to integrate ClearView with HP OpenView and other NMS systems
  • Participants must have a basic understanding of the SNMP protocol and working knowledge of MIBs and their use.
  • Trainees must attend a course prior to this course or have RCSA or RCSP level certification in one of the RDL radio platforms (RDL-3000, RDL-2000 and RDL-5000).
  • Each student must have a laptop with administrative rights to install and run IP networking simulation software.

Course outline

  • Basics of NMS and SNMP, MIBs and FCAPS
  • ClearView architecture and building blocks
  • ClearView Server-Client relationship
  • Database and application-level redundancy support
  • ClearView management modules and features
  • MIBs used in the RDL radio platforms
  • Transactions and interaction between the ClearView server, clients, and MySQL database
  • NMS feature of ClearView including main tool bars, Network discovery, fault management, administration, and dashboard parameters
  • Network View (Topology Tree and Geo-Map)
  • Subnet Groups
  • Logical groups and sites
  • ClearView options configuration
  • Logical and geographical maps
  • User access
  • User permission levels and profiles
  • Fault management configuration (alarms severity)
  • Server and database settings
  • NBI configuration for trap forwarding
  • Topology Map management
  • Audit trail
  • Database settings
  • 3rd Party devices discovery and configuration parameters
  • Alarms and events management
  • Threshold crossing alerts
  • Events and alarms notification rules and trap management
  • Trap processing and generation in the managed network elements (RDL-3000, RDL-2000 and RDL-5000)
  • Configuring traps as alarms and assigning a severity level
  • Trap forwarding through the ClearView NBI
  • Mailing and services for alarm notification
  • Performance monitoring (PM) overview and configuration
  • 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
  • Installation and commissioning of the ClearView NMS server, database, and Client
  • Processing and storage requirements of the ClearView Server and database
  • Interaction process and transactions between ClearView server, client and MYSQL database
  • Server unique ID required for ClearView license generation
  • ClearView license activation

Required equipment for training sessions at customer sites

Not applicable

Not applicable

Classroom

  • 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.

Equipment

  • 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.

Certification

  • Certification Criteria: Trainees must pass the RCSP-ClearView certification exam
  • Registration code: RCSP-CV-1-G

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Clearview Operation, Installation and Maintenance

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 network administrators, NOC teams, system analysts, and product support groups.

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