IP Domains

IP domains resolve IP address conflicts by separating monitored devices from different networks. For example, you monitor two networks and each network includes a separate device with the same IP address.
IP domains resolve IP address conflicts by separating monitored devices from different networks. For example, you monitor two networks and each network includes a separate device with the same IP address.
As a service provider, use IP domains to monitor multiple discrete networks that belong to different customers. Each customer, or tenant, contains one or more IP domains. The data collectors associate managed items and data with the assigned IP domain. Customer user accounts see only the relevant IP domains. Service provider administrators see the data from all IP domains.
Administrators and Designers can create custom dashboards to monitor activity on a specific domain or group of domains.
To view IP domains, go to
Administration
,
IP Domains
.
In this article:
IP Domains and Other Data Sources
Network Flow Analysis
,
CA Application Delivery Analysis
, and
CA Unified Communications Monitor
data sources can use IP domains. To apply domains to the data sources, register the data source with
NetOps Portal
. When you create IP domains in
NetOps Portal
, the domain identifiers become visible in the registered data sources after synchronization.