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2 Juniper Networks, Inc North Mathilda Avenue Sunnyvale, California USA All rights reserved. Juniper Networks, Junos, Steel-Belted Radius, NetScreen, and ScreenOS are registered trademarks of Juniper Networks, Inc. in the United States and other countries. The Juniper Networks Logo, the Junos logo, and JunosE are trademarks of Juniper Networks, Inc. All other trademarks, service marks, registered trademarks, or registered service marks are the property of their respective owners. Juniper Networks assumes no responsibility for any inaccuracies in this document. Juniper Networks reserves the right to change, modify, transfer, or otherwise revise this publication without notice. Junos Space Introduction to Junos Space Network Director All rights reserved. The information in this document is current as of the date on the title page. YEAR 2000 NOTICE Juniper Networks hardware and software products are Year 2000 compliant. Junos OS has no known time-related limitations through the year However, the NTP application is known to have some difficulty in the year END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT The Juniper Networks product that is the subject of this technical documentation consists of (or is intended for use with) Juniper Networks software. Use of such software is subject to the terms and conditions of the End User License Agreement ( EULA ) posted at By downloading, installing or using such software, you agree to the terms and conditions of that EULA. ii

3 Table of Contents Overview of Network Director The Network Director Network Management Life Cycle Model A Quick Tour of the Network Director User Interface Network Director Banner View Pane Tasks Pane Understanding Wireless Network Management in Network Director Provisioning and Managing Devices in Build Mode Discovering Your Network Devices Provisioning Devices Managing Data Centers from Network Director Importing RingMaster Data to Network Director Importing Existing Device Configuration Managing Devices Deploying and Managing Changes to Devices in Deploy Mode Deploying Configuration Changes on Devices Managing and Installing Software Images Resynchronizing Device Configurations Managing Device Configurations Monitoring Your Network in Monitor Mode The Monitoring Categories Monitors Information At-a-Glance Summary Tab Dashboard for Selected Scope Trend Graphs Spotting Trends over Time Detailed Views and Tasks Obtaining More Information Managing Network Faults and Notifications in Fault Mode Alarm Monitors Alarm Status At-a-Glance Alarm Detailed View Managing Individual Alarms Alarms Pane Available in Every Mode and Scope Generating Network Reports in Report Mode For More Information iii

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5 Overview of Network Director Junos Space Network Director is a Junos Space application that provides a comprehensive automated network management solution for the enterprise data center and campus. It enables network and cloud administrators to visualize, analyze, and control their entire enterprise network data center and campus, physical and virtual infrastructure, virtual overlays networks, and wired and wireless through a single pane of glass. In the data center, Network Director helps administrators manage, visualize and troubleshoot physical and virtual environments by providing correlated visibility between overlay and physical networks, flow analysis, and synchronization of network policies as virtual machines (VMs) move from server to server. In the campus, Network Director automates routine management tasks such as network provisioning and troubleshooting, dramatically improving operational efficiency and reliability. By providing full network life cycle management, Network Director simplifies the discovery, configuration, visualization, monitoring, and administration of large networks. Operators can quickly deploy a network, configure it optimally to increase network uptime and maximize resources, and respond agilely to the needs of applications and users. The Network Director Network Management Life Cycle Model Network Director is based on the network management life cycle illustrated in Figure 1 on page 1. Figure 1: Network Director Network Management Life Cycle Model Each phase in the management life cycle corresponds to a working mode in Network Director: 1

6 Introduction to Junos Space Network Director Build mode Use Build mode to build your network in Network Director. You use Build mode to discover the devices in your network and to create and manage device configurations. To support flexible, large-scale deployment of devices, Build mode enables you to apply configurations across multiple devices grouped by logical relationships, physical locations, or type. Deploy mode Use Deploy mode to deploy and manage changes to devices. In Deploy mode, you deploy the configurations you built in Build mode, install new software images on your devices, and manage device configuration files. Monitor mode Use Monitor mode to gain visibility into your network status and performance. Monitor mode provides a host of information about your network such as the operational status of devices, traffic patterns and trends, client session statistics, port capacity, and wireless signal throughput and interference patterns. You can also search for a user and view a history of user sessions. Fault mode Use Fault mode to gain visibility into unexpected network events and to manage faults or notifications. Report mode Use Report mode to generate reports from the data that Network Director stores on network performance, status, and activity. An additional working mode, System mode, provides information about Network Director itself, such as user audit trails and job status, and the provision to collect log files for troubleshooting. 2

7 A Quick Tour of the Network Director User Interface Network Director provides a simple to use, HTML5-based, Web 2.0 user interface that can be accessed through standard Web browsers. The user interface is task-oriented it uses task-based workflows to help you accomplish administrative tasks quickly and efficiently. It provides you the flexibility to work with single devices or with multiple devices grouped by logical relationship, location, or device type. You can filter, sort, and select columns in tables, which makes locating specific information easy. Figure 2 on page 3 illustrates the main components of the Network Director user interface. Figure 2: The Major Components of the Network Director User Interface The Banner pane, View pane, and Tasks pane are the primary navigational components of the Network Director user interface and are briefly described here. Network Director Banner Use the Network Director banner, shown in Figure 3 on page 4, to do the following tasks: Access the Junos Space platform. Select which network view to work in Dashboard View, Logical View, Location View, Device View, Custom Group View, Datacenter View, or Topology View. Select the working mode Build, Deploy, Monitor, Fault, or Report. Access system tasks and preferences. Access online help. Log out of the system. 3

8 Introduction to Junos Space Network Director Figure 3: Components of the Network Director Banner View Pane The View pane provides you with a unified, hierarchal view of your wired, wireless, and virtual networks. Use the network view selector list in the Network Director Banner to select a view to work in. You can choose from several views of your network, as shown in Figure 4 on page 5: Dashboard View This is a is a customizeable view that provides information about your network, and is the default view that opens when you log in. You can select and add monitoring widgets to the Dashboard view based on your requirements. This is the default view that opens when you log in to Network Director. Logical View Devices are organized by their logical relationships in the network. All switches appear in the Switching Network and are categorized by their role in the network: access, aggregation, or core. All wireless devices appear in the Wireless Network. Controllers appear under the mobility domains to which they belong and access points appear under the controller or cluster that manages them. All QFX Series switches that are part of a QFabric or Virtual Chassis Fabric appear in the Fabric node. Network Director builds most of this view for you as you discover devices. However, you need to manually assign switches to the access, aggregation, or core categories. Location View Devices are organized by their physical locations. You build this view by creating sites, building, floors, aisles, racks, outdoor areas, and then assigning your switches, wireless controllers, access points, and QFabric systems to these locations. Device View Devices are organized by device type: switches, wireless LAN controllers, and QFabric systems. Within each device type, devices are organized by device model. For example, all models of EX4200 switches are grouped together under one node in the tree. Datacenter View Datacenter view enables you to create, visualize, and manage your data center network. This View provides a holistic and correlated visibility into enterprise and private cloud data centers. Custom Group View If you have defined one or more custom groups, Network Director displays these custom groups in this view. You can manually add devices to a custom group or define a rule to automatically add devices to the custom group once they are discovered in Network Director. The devices are displayed under each custom group. Topology View Topology view enables you to view all the discovered devices in your network, overlaid on a map where the devices are located across sites, buildings, floors, closets, aisles, and racks along with their physical interconnection with other devices 4

9 in your network. Topology view also provides visualization around physical and logical connectivity between various discovered interconnected devices. Because Topology View uses a map to organize the network devices, there is not a View pane in Topology View. Figure 4: The Network Views By selecting both a view and a node in the tree, you can indicate the scope over which you want an operation or task to occur. For example: By selecting the Access node in Logical View, you indicate that the scope for a task is all access switches under the Access node. By selecting a floor in Location View, you indicate that the scope for a task is all devices assigned to that floor. By selecting the EX4500 node in Device View, you indicate that the scope for a task is all EX4500 switches. Tasks Pane The Tasks pane is available in every mode and lists tasks specific to that mode. Because some tasks are applicable only to certain scopes, the tasks listed in the Tasks pane can also change as you select different scopes. For example, tasks that can be performed only on individual devices are listed in the task pane only after you select a device. 5

10 Introduction to Junos Space Network Director In general, to perform a task in Network Director, you navigate to the task as shown in Figure 5 on page 6. You select your working mode, your scope, and then your task. Figure 5: Navigating to a Task in a Tasks Pane Understanding Wireless Network Management in Network Director Network Director offers wireless LAN management along with the wired network management for simplifying the wireless LAN (WLAN) operations, such as building, deploying, and monitoring a wireless network including the wired devices such as switches and wireless devices such as access points and wireless controllers. Network Director integrates with Juniper RingMaster software that enable network administrators to plan, configure, and deploy a wireless network comprising hundreds of Juniper Network WLAN controllers and access points. Network Director can also integrate with Aruba Airwave application management platform that enable network administrators to view the Aruba wireless device inventory and launch the Aruba Airwave from within Network Director. Network Director has the ability to launch both of these platforms from its user interface. To launch these platforms from within Network Director, you must specify URLs for these platforms in Network Director Preferences. While you can manage the Juniper Networks wireless devices by using both RingMaster and Network Director, you can manage the Aruba wireless devices connected to Juniper switches only by using the Aruba Airwave application. You can import the RingMaster data to Network Director. Network Director uses this data to discover devices, build profiles, configure the Location View, build the Topology View (including a floor plan, if one is defined in the network plan), and to assign devices to various entities in Location View and Topology View. For information about managing Juniper Networks wireless devices using RingMaster, see the latest RingMaster User Guide. 6

11 For information about managing Aruba wireless devices by using Airwave management platform, see Aruba documentation. Provisioning and Managing Devices in Build Mode Build mode provides features for quickly discovering managed devices, for rapid and large-scale provisioning of network devices, and for managing wired and wireless devices. Discovering Your Network Devices Network Director device discovery finds your network devices and brings them under Network Director management. You provide Network Director with identifying information about the devices you want Network Director to manage an IP address or hostname, an IP address range, an IP subnetwork, or a CSV file that contains this information. Network Director then uses SNMP or ping (or both) to probe the devices and adds the supported devices it discovers to its database of managed devices. Provisioning Devices To provision your network devices, you use Build mode in conjunction with Deploy mode. In Build mode, you build device configurations for your switching and wireless networks configuring ports, VLANs, authentication, class of service (CoS), firewall filters, wireless LAN services, wireless LAN mobility domains and clusters, access point radios, and so on. In Deploy mode, you deploy these configurations on the devices. To support rapid, large-scale deployment of devices, you can define much of your Build mode configuration in a set of profiles. These profiles can be referenced in other profiles or applied to multiple objects in your network devices, ports, radios, logical entities. For example, you can create a Port profile that sets up CoS, authentication, firewall filters, and Ethernet switching settings that are appropriate for access ports that connect to employee desktop VoIP phones and then assign that profile to access ports across multiple switches. Figure 6 on page 8 shows an example page for managing profiles, in this case VLAN profiles. This page lists all existing VLAN profiles. From this page you can create new profiles, modify or delete existing profiles, assign profiles to objects, and change or view assignments. 7

12 Introduction to Junos Space Network Director Figure 6: Create, Modify, and Assign Profiles from the Manage Profiles Page To simplify the task of creating a profile, Network Director provides wizards that guide you through creating profiles that contain large sets of configuration elements. Figure 7 on page 8 shows an example of a wizard for creating a profile. Figure 7: An Example Wizard for Creating a Profile Managing Data Centers from Network Director The cloud data center focuses on providing data center connectivity from various external networks to services located within a multitenant data center. You can discover, build, manage, and monitor traditional and cloud based data centers from Network Director, 8

13 using the Datacenter View. Network Director supports Bare Metal based traditional data centers and cloud data centers that are built using one of these cloud infrastructure providers VMware vcenter, OpenStack, and a combination of OpenStack and NSX plugin. When you create a data center by using the Datacenter View, Network Director autodiscovers the devices that are part of your data center and enables you to visualize and manage the data center network. Importing RingMaster Data to Network Director RingMaster users who migrate to Network Director can use the Import RingMaster Data task to import all their user data, device data, heat maps, and configuration data to Network Director for an integrated network management experience. During the migration, Network Director imports the list of controllers and access points that are managed by the RingMaster, initiates discovery of these controllers and access points, reads the configuration of the discovered devices, creates the necessary profiles based on the device configuration, assigns profiles to devices, performs location setup based on the location data that is available in the network plan, assigns devices to locations, and imports floor plan, if defined, to Topology view. Importing Existing Device Configuration As part of device discovery, Network Director analyzes the configuration of a newly discovered device and automatically imports the configuration into the Build mode configuration for that device. Network Director automatically assigns existing profiles that match the device configuration to the device or creates new profiles as needed and assigns them to the device. Managing Devices In addition to the tasks that enable you to build your network, Build mode provides a number of tasks for day-to-day device management. For example, you can: View a device s hardware component inventory, current configuration, and the licenses installed on it Reboot a device or groups of devices Connect to a device s CLI through SSH or to its Web-based management interface View the profiles assigned to a device 9

14 Introduction to Junos Space Network Director Deploying and Managing Changes to Devices in Deploy Mode Deploy mode provides you with efficient and flexible means of deploying change in your network. Configuration changes or image upgrades can be deployed on multiple devices in a single job, and flexible scheduling options enable you to select the optimal times for deploying device changes. Deploying Configuration Changes on Devices Whenever you make a change to configuration in Build mode for example, modify a profile, change a profile s assignments, add an access point to a wireless LAN controller, and so on the devices that are affected by the configuration change are automatically added to the Devices with Pending Changes list in Deploy mode, shown in Figure 8 on page 10. From the Devices with Pending Changes page, you can: Review the configuration commands that Network Director will send to the device Validate the configuration that is, make sure your configuration changes result in valid configuration Deploy the configuration on selected devices immediately Schedule the configuration to be deployed on selected devices at a specific date and time for example, during a maintenance window Discard the pending configuration changes The configuration deployment is run as a job. After the job completes, you can view the status of the deployment. Figure 8: Viewing Devices with Pending Changes 10

15 Managing and Installing Software Images Deploy mode provides a software image repository where you can store and manage software images. You can then install these images on your managed devices. In one job, you can upgrade the software on multiple devices, as shown in Figure 9 on page 11. To help you better manage the potential service impacts of an image upgrade, Network Director enables you to separate the steps of upgrading an image the staging (downloading) of the image, the installation of the image, and the device reboot so that they can occur at different times. It also enables you to perform a hitless upgrade of wireless LAN controllers in a Virtual Controller Cluster. Figure 9: Installing Images on Multiple Devices in One Job Resynchronizing Device Configurations If you make configuration changes to a device outside of Network Director for example, by using the device CLI the configuration on the device might then conflict with the device configuration maintained by Network Director. Deploy mode provides a task that enables you to resynchronize the Network Director configuration with the device configuration. When you resynchronize the device configuration, Network Director reassigns existing profiles or creates new profiles as necessary to incorporate the configuration changes into its configuration for the device. How Network Director performs resynchronization depends on the system of record (SOR) mode set for the Junos Space Network Management Platform. There are two possible modes: Network as system of record (NSOR). This is the default mode. Junos Space as system of record (SSOR). You set the mode in Junos Space under Administration > Applications > Network Management Platform > Modify Application Settings. This task also provides an option to reject and roll back configuration changes made outside of Network Director. 11

16 Introduction to Junos Space Network Director Managing Device Configurations You can back up and archive device configurations on the Network Director server. Backups can be automated to occur on a recurring schedule. Network Director keeps track of the versions and enables you to compare archived versions with each other. If needed, you can restore an archived configuration to a device. Monitoring Your Network in Monitor Mode Monitor mode in Network Director provides you visibility into your network status and performance. Network Director monitors your managed devices and maintains the information it collects from the devices in a database. Monitor mode displays this information in easy-to-understand graphs and in tables that can be sorted and filtered, enabling you to quickly visualize the state of your network, spot trends developing over time, and find important details. The Monitoring Categories Monitor mode divides monitoring activity into the following categories: Traffic Provides information about traffic about switches, wireless LAN controllers, and interfaces. Client Provides session information about clients connected to wireless access points and to 802.1X authenticator switch ports. RF Provides information about the wireless environment and signal performance. Equipment Provides information about the state of switches, wireless LAN controllers, interfaces, wireless access points, and radios. Fabric Analysis Displays the results of running the Run Fabric Analyzer task on a QFabric device. It shows information about the health, connectivity, and topology of the QFabric. You can access these categories through tabs on the Monitor mode landing page, as shown in Figure 10 on page 13. An additional tab, the Summary tab, provides a high-level dashboard for the scope selected in the View pane. The monitoring information displayed in the Summary tab also appears on other tabs. 12

17 Figure 10: Monitor Mode Main Window and Tabs Monitors Information At-a-Glance When you select a monitor tab, the landing page for that tab displays a set of monitors. Use these monitors to see at-a-glance important information about the aspect of your network being monitored. For example, the monitors in the Traffic tab, shown in Figure 11 on page 13, present high-level information about the traffic on a device the mix of traffic types, traffic bandwidth trends, and error trends. Figure 11: Monitors on the Traffic Tab Provide High-Level Summaries of Traffic Characteristics 13

18 Introduction to Junos Space Network Director The monitors and the data they display are determined by your scope. As an example, the monitors in the Equipment tab vary according to whether you have selected a standalone switch or router, Virtual Chassis, Virtual Chassis Fabric, Layer 3 Fabric, QFabric, or wireless LAN controller as your scope. When a monitor is available in higher scope than a device, the data it displays is aggregated from all devices within the scope. For example, if your current scope is a floor that has access points assigned to it, the monitors in the Client tab show session data aggregated from all the wireless access points on that floor. Summary Tab Dashboard for Selected Scope In addition to the four tabs for the monitoring categories, an additional tab, the Summary tab, acts as a dashboard for the selected scope in the View pane. The monitors displayed in the Summary tab can belong to any of the monitoring categories. The set of monitors displayed in the Summary tab depends on your scope each scope has a predefined set of monitors that are appropriate for the object or portion of the network being monitored. For the My Network scope, you can customize what monitors appear on the Summary tab, giving you the ability to view at a glance those aspects of overall network state and performance that are most important to you. Trend Graphs Spotting Trends over Time Besides providing current data, Network Director provides historical data so that you can see trends in an aspect of network performance over time. Figure 12 on page 14 shows an example of a trend graph. Figure 12: Trend Graph Showing Change in System Resource Utilization over the Last Hour You can select various time periods up to a year over which the data is displayed. You can also define custom time ranges that allow you to display data between specific dates and times. 14

19 Detailed Views and Tasks Obtaining More Information In addition to providing high-level summaries, most monitors also provide detailed information when you click the Details icon on the monitor. For example, if you click the Details icon from the Top Sessions by MAC Address monitor, the Top Sessions Detail table appears, as shown in Figure 13 on page 15. From this table you can obtain information about a particular client session, such as username, IP address, client VLAN, the access point or port being used, and so on. Figure 13: Detailed Views Are Available from the Details Icon on Monitors Monitor mode also provides a set of tasks in the Tasks pane that provide additional detailed or specialized information. These tasks vary according to the Monitor tab. Examples of tasks include searching for particular user sessions, viewing VLAN traffic or logical port status, generating real-time RF spectrograms, pinging hosts from a managed device, and so on. 15

20 Introduction to Junos Space Network Director Managing Network Faults and Notifications in Fault Mode In Fault mode, Network Director informs you of unexpected, significant events happening in your network. Examples of such events include link up/down, power supply failure, client authentication failure, detection of an unauthorized access point, and so on. Network Director receives information about events from its managed devices in the form of SNMP notifications. A single event can often generate multiple SNMP notifications. To simplify management of events, Network Director correlates these notifications, creating high-level alarms based on the events. For example, a power supply failure might generate a number of notifications. Network Director correlates these notifications and raises a single power supply failure alarm for the device. Network Director also automatically clears an alarm if it receives notification from the device that the error condition has been resolved. To tailor Network Director fault management to your organization s requirements, you can enable or disable the receipt of specific alarms and change the default severity of alarms. Alarm Monitors Alarm Status At-a-Glance When you enter Fault mode, Network Director displays four alarm monitors in the main window, as shown in Figure 14 on page 17. These monitors enable you to view at a glance the alarm status of your currently selected scope in View pane. Alarms are summarized by severity, category, and state. By selecting different scopes in the View pane, you can see the alarms being generated from different portions of your network for example, alarms from all devices in your wireless network, alarms from all devices on a particular floor, or the alarms from a specific device. 16

21 Figure 14: Alarm Monitors Provide a High-Level View of Alarm Status Alarm Detailed View Managing Individual Alarms From any alarm summary, you can open the Alarms Detailed View, shown in Figure 15 on page 18, which provides more information about the alarms. You can view the events that make up an alarm and, for each event that sends attributes, you can view attributes that help describe the event. 17

22 Introduction to Junos Space Network Director Figure 15: Alarm Detailed View for Individual Alarm Management In addition, you can acknowledge an alarm, assign an alarm to a person for resolution, annotate an alarm with the actions taken on the alarm, and clear an alarm. Alarms Pane Available in Every Mode and Scope The Alarms pane, shown in Figure 16 on page 19, is always displayed in the Network Director user interface. It provides a count of the number of critical, major, minor, and info alarms that are active in the entire network. Because this information is displayed in every working mode and scope, you can quickly respond to problems arising in the network. Click the Expand icon or any of the colored numbers to be placed directly in Fault mode. 18

23 Figure 16: The Alarms Pane Shows the Number of Alarms Active in the Network Generating Network Reports in Report Mode In Report mode in Network Director, you can create standardized reports from the monitoring and fault data collected by Network Director. An essential part of the network management life cycle, reporting provides administrators and management insight into the network for maintenance, troubleshooting, trend and capacity analysis, and provides records that can be archived for compliance requirements. Network Director provides reports in PDF and HTML formats that use graphs and tables to clearly convey data. Reports are also available in CSV format for importation into spreadsheets. Figure 17 on page 20 shows some example PDF reports. 19

24 Introduction to Junos Space Network Director Figure 17: Examples of Network Director Reports In addition to choosing the formats you want your reports to be in, you can: Run reports on-demand or schedule them to run at a specific time or on a recurring schedule. Select the portion of your network you want the report to cover by selecting a scope in the View pane when you create a report definition. For example, you can run a Device Inventory report on your entire network, on all devices in a wiring closet, or on all EX4200 switches. Select the report options for example, the historical time frame you want an Audit Trail report to cover or the type of devices you want to be included in a Device Inventory report. Have reports sent to an address or automatically archived on a file server. 20

25 For More Information The process for generating reports is simple. Select a scope in the View pane and then create a report definition by using the Create Report Definition wizard. When you complete the report definition, the reports are immediately scheduled to run according to the scheduling choices you have made. This introduction provides an overview of the features and capabilities of Network Director. It does not describe every feature that Network Director offers. For more information about Network Director features, see: Junos Space Network Director documentation at The online help provided with the Network Director user interface 21

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