About This Course
Cisco ROSA Element Manager (EM) Administration (ROSAEMA)
This course is designed for technical professionals who are responsible for administering ROSA EM software and monitoring network operations in their network environment. The primary audience for this course includes: System engineers Technical support personnel Channel partners, resellers
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: Explain the purpose, features, and value of ROSA EM as an element management system Log on to ROSA EM and navigate using the directory tree and the graphical interface window Recognize system data presented in ROSA EM, including the significance of alarm colors and levels, and identify how to adjust levels of managed devices Locate and interpret various useful reports and logs such as the active alarms report and the alarm, system, and software logs Recognize the troubleshooting process and understand how ROSA EM aids in that process Use ROSA EM information to determine a viable course of action in the event of alarms Adjust device parameters to reflect current headend or hub site conditions Use the ROSA EM tools environment to perform initial configuration and transfer files to and from the ROSA EM Edit the device list file to modify the network configuration and group devices Configure notification groups including paging, email and backup options Perform system administration functions for the ROSA
The course outline is as follows: I. Overview A. Interfaces B. Hardware II. User Interface III. Alarms IV. Troubleshooting V. Configuration and Customizing A. Configuration B. Devlist C. Virtual Devices D. Temperature Probes E. File Management F. Configuration File Backup G. Software: Update/License/Scripts H. Automatic Equipment Backup VI. System Administration A. Operators: Adding/Deleting B. Local System Server Details
Who Should Attend
Following are the prerequisites for this course: None To locate Cisco courses that cover the listed prerequisites, refer to www.cisco.com/go/ase.