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Intelligent mannagement at the physical layer for your network

Intelligent mannagement at the physical layer for your network

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  • We’re AMP NETCONNECT Connecting you to innovation 800-553-0938 www.ampnetconnect.comamptrac networking.help@tycoelectronics.com page 18 / February 1, 2008
  • It’s All About Intelligence By reducing downtime and increasing productivity – by providing network intelligence AMPTRAC and iTRACS is a good bet toward increasing the bottom line. After all, what helps the network ultimately helps the business. page 17 / February 1, 2008
  • AMPTRAC Summary • Accurate “real-time” record / log keeping; (aids in: troubleshooting, repair, security, use tracking and accountability compliance) • Enables efficient utilization of Network assets (e.g.: Panels, Switches, cabling, etc.); • Streamlined work order process with clearly defined roles and responsibilities for simplified scheduling, planning, record keeping, accountability and troubleshooting procedures; • Accurate accountability of network related assets, costs and budget planning; • Active monitoring of layer 1 physical infrastructure coordinated with scheduling and planning to address, monitor and reduce network outages. page 16 / February 1, 2008
  • Four User Types – Defines and Provides Process Control Manager – Approves work order and assigns to appropriate technician to perform Planner – Receives Technician – requests and Performs work order generates work per instructions order to satisfy requirements. Requestor – Originates work order request.. Typical Help Desk function page 15 / February 1, 2008
  • Quick Walk-Through of iTRACS IM Two types of views • User view tabs – Locate screen for quick look-up and status – Requestor initiates work-order process – Planner determines optimal changes/configuration – Manager reviews and authorizes work, and confirms completion – Technician receives and performs work and initiates completion – Report tab contains over 60 ‘canned’ reports • Administrator view tabs – User tab is where user rights and events are assigned – Configuration allows for customization of the system – Build allows creation, removal and modification of the data base – Monitor view accesses Analyzer management/set-up – Discovery screen facilitates iDiscover set-up page 14 / February 1, 2008
  • AMPTRAC-IM Features and Benefits • Real-time monitoring via AMPTRAC hardware – Accurate and immediate documentation of the network infrastructure and connected devices, eliminating the need for physical audits. • Self-discover patching – Changes to patching are auto-discovered even changes made outside of normal processes. • Automatic update of database Event log – All authorized and unauthorized changes are logged and time stamped in the database log, providing a thorough and complete audit-trail of the network connectivity and history. • Automatic Alerts and Alarms – Event driven Alerts are established, generating detailed e-mail messages to selected individuals based on type of event and condition filters, enabling quick response to network issues. • Automated work order process – Work order process re-enforces policies and accountability, while tracking and reporting WO status and progress. • Auto-provisioning of services – Planning of Auto-routing based on type and availability of services and ports can be established based on customer input and parameters. • Terminal Service / Remote Access – Utilizes terminal service allowing full functionality and viewing of the IM system remotely which enables remote trouble determinations prior to dispatching service technicians. • Automatic Re-Synchronization – Even if the network goes out of service, IM re-synchronizes the information based on current connectivity when the network connections are restored, automatically updating the database. • Established detailed reports – A Library of over 60 reports are available based on various assets and components (switches, outlets, patch panels, end devices), which is filterable based on location and other parameters. (e.g.: Port utilizations, asset reports, connectivity reports, etc.) page 13 / February 1, 2008
  • AMPTRAC-IM Built-in Features and Benefits • Real-time monitoring via AMPTRAC hardware • Self-discover patching • Automatic update of database Event log • Automatic Alerts and Alarms • Automated work order process • Auto-provisioning of services • Terminal Service / Remote Access • Automatic Re-Synchronization • Established detailed reports page 12 / February 1, 2008
  • AMPTRAC Shielded Solutions - 10GBit • Category 6 performance • 10 GBit • Discrete Jack configuration – Ability to add/remove jacks – Ability to use SL tool – Ability to color code jacks • I/O connection via 110 P&P • Improved labeling capabilities page 11 / February 1, 2008
  • Mark III Analyzer AMPTRAC Mark III Analyzers • 336 port, 1RU Analyzer • 168 port, 1RU Analyzer Objective • Provide a versatile, reliable, lower cost analyzer with added capabilities Features • Reliable/Secure DB25 interfaces • Low power consumption (3-5 watts) • Low heat generation (nominal) • 4 line display LCD supports multi-linguistics • 21 front panel buttons • 3 Auto-negotiating Ethernet ports • One style analyzer eases design/expansion • IM software bundled w/ analyzer • Multi-Lingual Support* Capacity (Analyzer and System) • 195 linked units (65,520 ports) per zone • Up to 255 zones (16,707,600 ports) page 10 / February 1, 2008
  • AMPTRAC Hardware Overview • AMPTRAC Analyzers – Mark III analyzer developed and manufactured by AMP NETCONNECT • Media Supported – Copper: Cat 5e, Cat 6, UTP and Shielded – Fiber: Duplex SC, MT-RJ and Duplex LC • AMPTRAC fully integrated copper and fiber patch panels – Uses common building block • Data and call centers addressed with AMPTRAC MPO and MRJ21 solutions • Complete line of patch cords and I/O cable assemblies • Internal development of sensor strips for LAN electronics page 9 / February 1, 2008
  • AMPTRAC System Overview The AMPTRACS System: (Typical Component Layout) AMPTRAC Analyzer: The Device that 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 ER tracks the connections between sensor contacts and communicates with IM database. Sensor Strips: Sensor contacts that are applied to network electronics port fields. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 A MPTRAC 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 AMPTRAC Enabled Patch Panels: Patch panels with integrated sensor contacts. AMPTRAC I/O cables: Connects sensor contacts (patch panel and electronics) to analyzer. AMPTRAC Patch Cords: Interconnects between Patch panel and switch ports AMPTRAC which have an integrated ‘9th’ wire that is IM used to make connection between sensor contacts. IM Software: The software that manages the Analyzers, and correlates the connectivity information from the analyzers to a database model of the customer infrastructure. IM AMPTRAC Server: A higher level PC (often Rack mounted) that runs the IM software. page 8 / February 1, 2008
  • AMPTRAC System Overview The Networking Basics: (Physical Layer) ER: The Equipment Room receives 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 ER backbone and horizontal cabling, and houses the termination panels and network equipment. Horizontal Cabling: 4pr UTP between patch panel and workstation outlet. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 AMPTRAC 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Backbone Cabling: fiber or multi-pair copper between ER, Data center, buildings and entrance facilities. Patch Panel: Termination field for horizontal and backbone cabling. Patch Cords: Interconnects between Patch panel positions and switch ports; outlets and devices. Switch/Router: Network electronics with a port field, used to manage the data traffic between network devices. Server: A higher level PC (often Rack mounted) that runs a network related program (e.g.: e-mail, file storage, etc.) Network Device: Any network connected device or peripheral (e.g.: PC, IP camera, Wireless access point, IP Phone, IP based Building controls, etc.) page 7 / February 1, 2008
  • How do we do it …. Basic Operating Principle AMPTRAC Network •AMPTRAC •LAN Switch with •Patch Cord •AMPTRAC Sensor Strip •AMPTRAC •LED Status •LED Status •Patch Panel  ©§   § •Sw itch •Sw itch  ¥   ¨ FD BB@864 •AMPTRA 5 •Analyze •C •r •LAN •A•MPTRAC •2 •LAN •3 •Sta tus •Powe •r •  $ #" ! • % •I•O Cable •/ E C A 9 7 01 ) '( & •AMPTRAC 32 •Ethernet •Analyzer # # #$ % •TCP Network •/ •IP V Y R GH IP Q G SI UT UW X FD BB@864 5  $ #" ! • • % E C A 9 7 01 ) '( & 32 •AMPTRA •Analyze •C # # •r •LAN #$ % •LED Status •LED Status•2 •LAN •3 •Sw itch •Sw itch •Sta tus •Powe •r £  ¡ ¦ ©§   § ¢ ¤¥  ¨ •AMPTRAC Server •iTRACS Secure •Protocol • 9th wire technology in patch cord • Analyzers established in establishes open and closed circuit telecommunications patch zones • Analyzer monitors open/closed • Network of analyzers is established with circuit and tracks connectivity IM data base via existing or separate LAN or • Analyzer sends data to IM data base WAN via Ethernet connection page 6 / February 1, 2008
  • The AMPTRAC System can… • Discover all Network connected devices • Map and document connectivity ‘end-to-end’ • Monitor all connections for real-time log updates, alerts and messages • Extend enterprise management to ‘layer-one’ complimenting existing tools and services • Apply business policies, rules, and processes for intelligent real-time physical infrastructure management • Automatically Log, report, alert and alarm on all changes to assets and physical layer configurations page 5 / February 1, 2008
  • Intelligent Infrastructure Management (IIM) Layer 7 – Application • recognizes a patching and/or Layer 6 – Presentation connectivity problem. Layer 5 – Session • provides a simplified process for MAC's Layer 4 – Transport • provides management of your Layer 3 – Network infrastructure Layer 2 – Data Link • manages your network assets and their utilization. ¥ § £ ¨ ¥  ©   ¥ £ §  £  ¥ £ £ ¡   £¤ ¤ ¢ ¦¡ ¢ ¢   ¢ ¢¨  ¢ ¢ ¡   Layer 1 - Physical • reduces troubleshooting time. Intelligent Infrastructure Management links all 7 layers together to give a true end-to-end view of the network Today the physical layer is either unmanaged or managed manually leading to inaccurate information and impacting all other management systems page 4 / February 1, 2008
  • AMP NETCONNECT - iTRACS Strategic Partnership “The Tyco - iTRACS partnership provides the • Tyco Electronics world’s most complete solution for managing – World’s largest provider of electrical physical infrastructure - voice, data, security, and and electronic components, and physical plant command and control systems.” - Charlie Fox, Vice President and General undersea telco systems. Manager, Tyco Electronics. – Revenue over $12 billion. • iTRACS – Developed original software “Crimp” 1988. – iTRACS product rollout -2001 • iTRACS strategic alliance to jointly develop and market co-branded infrastructure solutions • Strong Co-branding and Marketing – AMPTRAC– Hardware infrastructure – IM (Infrastructure Manager) - provided by AMP NETCONNECT – PLM (Physical Layer Manager) – provided by iTRACS • Strong sales and channel teaming • Global distribution, installation and managed services network page 3 / February 1, 2008
  • It’s All About Intelligence By reducing downtime and increasing productivity – by providing network intelligence AMPTRAC powered by iTRACS IM is a good bet toward increasing the bottom line. After all, what helps the network ultimately helps the business. page 2 / February 1, 2008
  • AMPTRAC It’s All about Intelligence! Gene Malone AMPTRAC Product Specialist February 1, 2008