• What does OmniCenter monitor?

    OmniCenter can monitor an enormous range of activity in your network environment and display its status. It will also actively send you alert notifications about serious problems. Monitoring the status of the following resources are at the core of OmniCenter’s operation. Host AvailabilityEach device managed by OmniCenter is continuously checked…

  • What special characters are allowed in passwords?

    All passwords allow basic alphanumeric characters, plus the following special characters (by password type). SNMP` ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) – _ + = { } | [ ] : < > . , SSH` ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( )…

  • How do the “Early Feature Availability” and “Stable” release tracks work?

    OmniCenter uses a “rolling train” release model that allows customers to choose between the Early Feature Availability—also known as EFA or Features—release track (which will receive new features as they are developed) or the Stable release track (which emphasizes software stability and maturity, but does not receive new features, only…

  • How much traffic will OmniCenter add to my network?

    How much traffic OmniCenter will add to your network depends on a lot of factors, primarily because basic SNMP monitoring is going to have a different load profile than a configuration with a large amount of NetFlow traffic or IP telephony call records. Large numbers of detailed service checks can…

  • Should I deploy OmniCenter as a virtual or hardware appliance?

    While this is generally something that Netreo’s engineering team will address with you during the pre-sales process, it does come up often enough that it’s worth discussing the advantages and disadvantages so you can better understand the differences. Regardless of which platform you choose, OmniCenter is designed as an appliance,…