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Network Node Manager i (NNMi)

Network Node Manager i (NNMi) is a program that helps a network administrator view and manage the conditions in a computer network. NNMi is part of the OpenView suite of enterprise system management applications from HPE (Hewlett-Packard Enterprise), the company's business products and services division.

Using Network Node Manager i, an administrator can view the network in an easy-to-see graphical format. NNMi "discovers" the devices that are in the network and shows their relative location and their status. When a device fails, NNMi can analyze events associated with the failure and help to recommend action. NNMi also provides some predictive information that helps identify potential failures before they occur.

This was last updated in October 2016

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