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Integration of NNMI with OMW

How to integrate NNMI with OMW? What are the Basic steps when we are doing at first time?plz help me iam very new to this integration.
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with NNMi deployment guide, you will find detailed step by step instructions, normally you could use web integration and northbound integration.

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Hi Sowjanya,

Integration has two options:
1-Webservice based integration
2-Agent based integration

Both are mentioned starting from page 526+ Refer: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1097954/binary/nnmi_deployment_9.10.pdf

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    Hi Sowjanya,

    The implementation steps for "" Agent based integration ""
    Refer: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1097954/binary/nnmi_deployment_9.10.pdf page 526+

    1-Add the NNMi node to the OMW.
    2-Install OMW Agent on the NNMi machine
    3-Create SNMP Node for each network device or Create an external node with <*>.<*>.<*>.<*> IP address
    4-Create the SNMP trap policy file by entering the following command:
    nnmopcexport.ovpl -u -p -template "NNMi Management Events" -application "NNMi" -file NNMi_policy.dat
    refer: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1097957/binary/nnmi_referencepgs_9.10.pdf page 129
    5-Import the policy file to OMW by using ImportPolicies command like ImportPolicies /t NNMi_policy.dat
    6- Deploy the policy to NNMi
    7-On the NNMi management server, configure the HP Operations agent with a
    custom port for receiving SNMP traps from NNMi
    ovconfchg -ns eaagt -set SNMP_TRAP_PORT 5162 -set SNMP_SESSION_MODE NNM_LIBS
    Restart the agent:
    ovc -restart opctrapi

    Enable Integration on NNMi
    Click Integration Module Configuration > HPOM >HPOM agent implementation
    Continue with the steps as per the Deployment Guide Page 530

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    Hi Sowjanya,

    Enable Web Service Integration
    Click on Integration Module Configuration > HPOM -> web services implementation -> and check "Enable Integration:"
    Type your NNMi server IP and username/password
    Type your OMW Server IP and username/password

    Also, you may check for a tip mentioned on http://www.mahmoudthoughts.com/2010/08/tips-enable-nnmi-integration-with-omw.html


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    good copying & pasting
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    Hi sowjanya,

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    Thanks... mahmoud it worked....
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    Hi All,

     

    In the Deployement Guide, I have gone through the web services integration and came across below point

     

    ""In HPOM, add a managed node for each NNMi node that will be named as a
    source node in the NNMi incidents that are forwarded to this HPOM management
    server. Also add a managed node for each NNMi management server that will
    forward incidents to this HPOM management server.
    Alternatively, you can create one external node to catch all forwarded NNMi
    incidents. For initial testing, set the node filter to <*>.<*>.<*>.<*> (for an IP
    filter) or <*> (for a name filter). After you validate the integration, restrict the
    external node filter to match your network.""

     

     

     

    Does this means, do i need to add all the nodes(say 100) in HPOM console which are present in NNMi console.

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    Hi There,

    If you create an External Nodes by mentioning the IP range then there is no need of creating the 100 individual NNMi nodes.
    - Vidyasagar Machani -

    Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. -- Benjamin Franklin
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