Network Node Manager i (NNMi)

Network Node Manager i (NNMi) is a network management software application from HPE. It is used to manage networked devices, such as routers, switches, and servers. NNMi provides a graphical user interface (GUI) for managing network devices, as well as a command-line interface (CLI) for advanced users. NNMi can be used to manage devices on a single network or on multiple networks.

NNMi uses a agentless architecture, which means that it does not require agents to be installed on the network devices that it manages. Instead, NNMi uses SNMP, HTTP, and other protocols to communicate with devices. NNMi can also use HPE's Intelligent Management Center (IMC) to manage devices.

NNMi is available in two editions: Standard and Advanced. The Standard edition is suitable for small and medium-sized networks, while the Advanced edition is designed for larger networks.

What does NNMi mean?

NNMi stands for Network Node Manager i. Network Node Manager i is a software application that helps manage and monitor network nodes, which are devices that are part of a network. NNMi can help identify and diagnose problems with network nodes, and can also provide information about the performance of network nodes. What is NNMi monitoring? NNMi, or Network Node Manager i, is a network management software that enables users to monitor and manage networked devices. NNMi provides a centralized view of the network, allowing users to quickly identify and resolve problems. NNMi can be used to monitor both physical and virtual devices, and can be deployed as a standalone application or as part of a larger network management system.

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