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Revision as of 22:42, 31 March 2017

AVNOC Provides a Secure Monitoring Framework.

Videos

The instructional videos are highly compressed. Keep you pointer on the pause button to stop these videos.

Instructional Videos

Browser Tips

Everyone know how to use a browser. These tips are meant to improve the AVNOC experience.

There are also some hints on what to do to disable browser cacheing. Browser cacheing needs to be disabled so your web browser ALWAYS loads the page from the site.

Browser Tips

Installing AVNOC

Here are the work flow para metrics and the installation strategy used by AVNOC to deliver products to your network.

Installing AVNOC


Patching

Information on the patching process employed by AVNOC.

Patching Process


Best Practices for End Customer Setup

Some bits of information we have cataloged over the years to improve the experience.

Best Practices

On Boarding Dealers Agents Hosting Portals and Support Gateways

Step by step instructions and guidelines.

On Boarding

General Guide Lines

Server - Agent - Gateway - Details

Installation details and deployment strategies.

Device Family Monitoring Use Cases

What can be monitored in general. Vendors like to break firmware, so use this as a general guide.

Managing Power

Powerful tool to be used as the first line of problem determination.

Reboot customer equipment plugged into a SNMP capable power unit.

Managing Messaging to Outside Service

Managing Agent HTTPS Proxies

Special considerations for setting up proxies in the customer network.

Managing Agent DNS Reservations

How to use Customer DNS System to Monitor By DNS Name.


MPLS Ready Kernels

MPLS (Multi Protocol Label Switching) is an emerging standard for telecommunications. It directs data from from one network node to the next based on short path labels rather than long network address. This avoids comples lookups in a routing table. MPSL can encapsulate packets of network protocols.

It is used to eliminate DDOS Attacks. The AVNOC Software Agent employs a MPLS kernel in case it is expected to act as a node in a MPLS network.

Daily Notices

Here comes the spam, well not really.

Selling to End Users