Configuration management

SGRwin enables you to manage your network configuration, streamline changes and automate configuration tasks.

Network configuration is not an easy task. It is a seemingly never-ending job since networks are constantly evolving and require appropriate maintenance and monitoring. Operators constantly make network configuration changes, and this can result in faults; creating security, connectivity, and network performance problems.

Why is network configuration important for your business?

A proper network settings management ensures communication between devices and allows you to restore your network after a failure; quickly and easily.

Here’s why our NMS is worth considering

Configuration management key features

E2E Circuit Provisioning
MIB Browser
SNMP Terminal
Device Integrator
MIB Compiler
Device Backups
Operation Launcher
Firmware A/D
End-to-end circuit and service provisioning.

Configure your end-to-end multi-vendor circuits the way you want. It is a cost-effective tool that simplifies your provisioning processes, reducing errors and giving you more control.

Network Device Integrator.

Our device integrator allows you to incorporate network equipment yourself. This is an amazing framework tool, enabling you to design your templates related to a new model for any of your network equipment in just a few minutes.

Operation Launcher.

The operation launcher enables you to launch configurations, even actions (Scripts, HTTP, SSH, SNMP etc.) to a massive group of network elements. You will be able to schedule tasks to be executed, if required.

Device Configuration Comparator.

This tool allows you to compare backups and new configurations on your network devices.

What are the advantages of our network configuration management tools?

Simplifies and improves your circuit provisioning processes without breaking your budget

Enables you to create and manage your network devices in an easier way. 

Stores settings from your network devices automatically or manually.

Allows you to execute upgrades for numerous devices simultaneously.  

Monitors configuration changes and generates reports

Delivers you a complete network inventory (new integrations, configuration changes, backups, updates, etc.). 

Common questions about Network Configuration Management

What is network configuration management?

It is the process of configuring and maintaining the settings and parameters of network devices and infrastructure.

What are the best practices for managing network settings?

Best practices include documenting network configurations, implementing change management processes, automating repetitive tasks, regularly testing and validating configurations, and ensuring compliance with regulations and policies.

What are some common network configuration problems, and how can they be solved?

Common problems include misconfigured settings, outdated firmware, and inconsistent configurations. These issues can be solved by implementing an NMS and proper change management processes, using automated configuration tools, regularly testing and validating configurations, and ensuring compliance with policies and regulations.

What is the role of automation in network configuration management, and how can it improve efficiency?

Automation plays a crucial role by reducing manual errors, streamlining repetitive tasks, and improving overall efficiency. Automated tools can help ensure consistent configurations and policies, as well as quickly detect and respond to configuration changes.

What are the key features to look for in a network configuration management tool?

Key features to look for in a network management tool include automation capabilities, change management processes, device discovery and inventory, reporting, and integration with other network management systems.

How can network settings management help with troubleshooting and problem resolution?

Network management can help with troubleshooting and problem resolution by providing a detailed view of network settings and changes, as well as enabling quick and efficient rollback of configuration changes.

What are the key operations within network configuration management?

Key operations within network management involve discovering configurations, backing up and restoring settings, comparing setups, ensuring compliance, managing changes, and conducting audits.

What is the difference between network settings management and network performance monitoring?

Network configuration management focuses on configuring and maintaining network devices and infrastructure, while network performance monitoring focuses on monitoring network performance and identifying and resolving performance issues.

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