Network Configuration Manager is a configuration change and compliance management tool for Cisco that provides better visibility into the changes being made to your Cisco device configurations. Along with improved configuration management, you can automate repetitive network operations, ensure industry compliance, and generate configuration reports as needed.
Using Network Configuration Manager, you can back up Cisco configurations, automate configuration tasks, check compliance, enable change notifications, and much more. You no longer have to manually connect your devices using Telnet or PuTTY to modify configurations; with Network Configuration Manager, you can modify them directly.
With Network Configuration Manager, you can modify running and startup configurations of your network devices, perform searches to find configuration files or strings, and perform the following operations:
To ensure network configuration modifications meet network requirements and to secure the network from breaches, these configurations need to be moderated.
Using the change management option, you can:
To ensure maximum security and avoid penalties, organizations must comply with various standards. Using Network Configuration Manager, you can perform manual compliance checks, or schedule them when required and receive detailed reports.
Network Configuration Manager comes with a set of default compliance policies like SOX, HIPAA, PCI DSS, and Cisco IOS. You can also create custom compliance policies to meet your internal compliance standards, and fix rule violations using configlets: executable configuration templates.
Some configuration tasks, such as enabling or disabling Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), have to be performed repetitively in a network. These tasks consume a lot of time when there are many devices on a network, and IT teams can benefit greatly from automating them.
Network Configuration Manager can help you automate network operations with the help of configlets. Using configlets, you can:
Configuration audits and reports are an integral part of keeping your network secure. Network Configuration Manager has a set of default reports, but you can easily create custom reports as well. Utilize out-of-the-box reports on:
|Vendor||Device Type||Supported Model/Series|
|Cisco||IOS switch||All models of Cisco IOS switches|
|Cisco||IOS router||All models of Cisco IOS routers|
|Cisco||Firewall||All models of Cisco PIX firewalls and FWSM modules|
|Cisco||IAD||All models of Cisco IAD devices|
|Cisco||Access points||All models of Cisco Aironet access points|
|Cisco||CatOS switch||All models of Cisco CatOS switches|
|Cisco||Access server||All models of Cisco access server models|
|Cisco||Content switch||All models of Cisco content switches|
|Cisco||ASA||All models of Cisco ASA single context and multiple context models|
|Cisco||ASA||Cisco ASA with WAN support|
|Cisco||Voice gateway devices||All models of Cisco voice gateway devices|
|Cisco||VPN concentrators||All models of Cisco VPN concentrator devices|
|Cisco||WLAN controller||All models of Cisco WLAN controller devices|
|Cisco||Cisco ACE module||All models of Cisco ACE module|
|Cisco||Integrated services Router (ISR)||All models of Cisco ISR|
|Cisco||MDS switch||All models of Cisco MDS devices|
|Cisco||Switch||Cisco Nexus 7000 10-slot switch (N7K-C7010)
Cisco Nexus 5010 switch (N5K-C5010P-BF)
|Cisco||Firewall (FWSM)||Cisco FWSM 4.x|
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Using Network Configuration Manager, you can take complete control of your network configurations and gain total visibility into your network. With all of these capabilities, you can detect and fix vulnerabilities in time to prevent network disasters.
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