The PacketLight Lightwatch™ NMS/EMS is highly intuitive graphical network element management software providing full control and management capabilities for large scale WDM optical networks. PacketLight Lightwatch™ NMS/EMS is scalable to up to 500 network elements and 50 clients and supports MySQL or Oracle 10G Express databases on Windows or Linux Red Hat Operating Systems.
Compliant with FCAPS and TMN standards, PacketLight Lightwatch™ provides hierarchical topology of the devices making it simple to use and administer.
Client Server Architecture
Scalable for growing networks
FCAPS functionality compliant with TMN standards
Multi-platform Java-based, support Windows and LINUX environments.
Supports both MySQL and Oracle™ databases
Scalable: Up to 500 network elements and 50 clients
Supports MySQL database or Oracle 10g Express™ database
Supports Windows 7, Windows XP and LINUX Red Hat Enterprise 5.2 systems
Manages all types of PL devices
Provide Java based NMS and EMS modules:
-The NMS module is responsible for the network management functions
-The EMS module provides single network element management
PacketLight Lightwatch™ NMS/EMS system provides the following capabilities:
Network fault management: shows current alarms, history of network events, and supports even filtering and alarm correlation
Network Performance management: collects and displays performance monitoring information for months back
Network provisioning: Provides automatic discovery of new nodes, new networks and links
Network inventory display: allows filtering of the network elements according to field values and supports off-site storage of the inventory lists
Task scheduling for network operation such as SW download and configuration file upload/download
Network topology display of all nodes on the network
Provides hierarchical topology of the devices in the network
User Account management
Supports Network Fault Management
Provides Network Inventory
Task scheduling for network operation such as SW Download and Configuration Files Upload and Download
Collects and stores Performance Management counters from all network elements
Supports the following management protocols:
SNMP v2c for communication with the network elements
TFTP for network provisioning.
HTTP/HTTPS for opening Web browser to selected device
Telnet/SSH for opening CLI session to selected device
Supports all PacketLight devices
Full control over network element parameters
Status of the ports is reflected by the leds on the front panel
Provides dynamic front panel view of managed device
Supports configuration of the device parameters
Supports viewing the device status and parameters
Support maintenance operation to the node
Access to the current PM counters of the network element
CWDM / DWDM, Multiplexed Transmission Testing, Metro Ethernet, Data Centre Connectivity, GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network), Last Mile, Network Infrastructure, Network Core and Edge, OTN (Optical Transport Networking), CWDM (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing), Dark Fiber, DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing), Layer-1 Encryption for Optical Networks, Storage Area Networks (SAN), Enterprise Networking, Ethernet and LAN Devices, Fiber Interconnect Components
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