Modeling and Managing Your IT Infrastructure

Network modeling in sp is the act of graphically representing network entities and their connections. Icons that are created, placed, and connected within the OneClick topology views represent various aspects of a modeled network.
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Getting Started with Modeling and Managing Your IT Infrastructure
Network Modeling in 
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Network modeling in 
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 is the act of graphically representing network entities and their connections. Icons that are created, placed, and connected within the OneClick topology views represent various aspects of a modeled network.
Using the modeling features of the OneClick client, you can easily create and maintain accurate software models of your network. These intelligent network models enable 
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 to determine actual points of failure and to suppress superfluous alarms.
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 network representation is based on logical relationships and rules and appears different from your network diagrams. Discovery uses address tables and ICMP ping tests to identify subnet address ranges and devices within those ranges. Once discovered, 
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 models those devices and subnets.
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