The ability to see a Cisco router from a mainframe network management console is the latest features of Cisco?s management tool.
The product, called Cisco Works Blue Native Service Point (NSP), now supports IBM Netview for MVS and Sterling?s Solve:Netmaster management platforms. It enables network managers in multiprotocol/SNA environments to have the same visibility and control of the Cisco-routed portions of their networks from the mainframe.
Rob Adams, product manager for network managment solutions in Cisco?s Interworks Business Unit, said: ?The enhancements provide mainframe users the ability to manage all portions of their routed SNA networks quickly and efficiently. It also enables users to take advantage of their investment in mainframe network management skills.?
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