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New Training: Describe vManage Monitoring and Reporting

by Team Nuggets
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Published on March 2, 2021

In this 5-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer Jeff Kish explores the monitoring and reporting capabilities of vManage, and learn how to restrict user access around these features. Watch this new networking training.

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This training includes:

  • 5 videos

  • 20 minutes of training

You’ll learn these topics in this skill:

  • Intro

  • vManage Capabilities

  • Alarms, Events, and Logs

  • RBAC Authentication

  • Review and Quiz

A Brief Overview Of Role-Based Access For vManage

Cisco's vManage system allows for role-based access. This is a great way to segment users based on the restrictions and permissions individual users should have access to in the vManage environment. While some network admins may need full administrative access, there may be some use cases where other IT professionals should only be able to make rudimentary changes or only view configurations. Role-based access is a mechanism to achieve these scenarios.

vManage comes equipped with three roles by default:

  • Basic

  • Operator

  • Netadmin

Network admins can adjust permissions for the basic and operator roles for the following:

  • Interface

  • Policy

  • Routing

  • Security

  • General, system-wide privilege

Both the basic and operator roles are configurable while the netadmin role is not. The netadmin role is the administrative profile role for vManage and does not have any restrictions. The default admin profile is automatically part of this role. Other than changing the password for the admin account, it cannot be changed.

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