Setting up GUI access for non IOS knowledgeable support staff
OK, so I'm the only one here who's familiar with Cisco IOS and the technology involved in our 'not so big' Cisco network (4510R core, a dozen 3560s in closets, some routers, etc...) I need to provide access to my network for 24x7 support staff to do minor port configurations and troubleshooting.
I believe CNA can do it, but I'm not a big fan, and the question lies: to cluster or not to cluster?
Then there's SNMS 1.5 which is more involved... server, client, needs to work with WhatsUP (also not a big fan)...
So here's my question to others like me in smaller/lower budget environments (no LMS, OpenView, etc...) - - what are you doing?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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