GDC's standards-based, distributed Network Management architecture enables
Network Operators to monitor and manage any IP-addressable network elements
and legacy devices with serial ports via dial-up, Internet or LAN-attached
connections using protocols like SNMP, Telnet, PPP, and Ethernet.
TEAM applications support large numbers of network elements making it
particularly effective in environments with many unattended remote sites.
TEAM's distributed architecture allows either centralized control from a
single point or management via multiple controllers located throughout the
TEAM delivers high visibility with a custom designed GUI. This unique "GDC
View" of the network provides intuitive integration with remote devices and
immediate access to all management functions without a complex hierarchy of
menus. The TEAM GUI provides a user-friendly alternative to the
complicated MIB browser utilities found on most SNMP software packages.
All SNMP commands are completely transparent to the user.
TEAM is a collection of applications fully integrated into HP OpenView. It
can run on powerful, multitasking UNIX workstations using HPUX and Solaris
operating systems. Capabilities include fault, configuration, performance
and accounting management. With TEAM network administrators can detect
system malfunctions early - before they affect service to users. They can
also monitor current network usage with statistics on performance and
TEAM network management application packages are available for the full
range of GDC's analog and digital SNMP-managed access products, including
DSUs, CSUs, modems, multiplexers and DSLware products. It is offered both
as a standalone application package and as a complete systems solution
including hardware/software manager platform and a fully-integrated
- Standards-based management via SNMP and MIBS
- Controls GDC access products plus any IP-addressable network elements.
- Realistic views of any GDC shelf and front panels complete with LED status indicators.
- Management of multiple GDC devices via a single IP address
- Telnet configuration and test.
- LAN connection using 10BASE-T Ethernet
- WAN connection using RS561 PPP DTE
- Secure dial up connection using RS561 PPP and RADIUS
CERT® Advisory CA-2002-03 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Many Implementations of Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
TEAM Network Management: GDC SNMP/HP OpenView Solutions
RADIUS Security For Legacy Applications