|Oracle® Communications Network Intelligence User's Guide
Part Number E36059-02
|PDF · Mobi · ePub|
The Oracle Communications Network Intelligence Help is loaded into the Network Intelligence software and is available in the Network Intelligence UI.
Network Intelligence User's Guide is one book in the documentation set for Network Intelligence. For more information, refer to the following documents:
Network Intelligence Release Notes: Describes new features, fixes, and enhancements to existing features, known issues, troubleshooting tips, and required third party products and licensing.
Network Intelligence Installation Guide: Provides instructions for installing Network Intelligence.
Network Intelligence System Administrator's Guide: Describes administrative tasks such as starting and stopping Network Intelligence, managing security, and managing Network Intelligence.
Network Intelligence Concepts: Provides an overview of important concepts and an introduction to using Network Intelligence.
Network Intelligence Developer's Guide: Describes the architecture of Network Intelligence and explains how to customize reports and maps, extend the user interface, configure extensible attributes, configure security, populate the staging database, and load the database.
Network Intelligence Security Guide: Provides guidelines and recommendations for setting up Network Intelligence in a secure configuration.
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The following table lists the revision history for this guide:
|E36059-01||January 2013||7.2.2 GA release.|
|E36059-02||June 2013||Updated guide for viewing trail protection. See "Using the Cross Connect View" and "Viewing the Protection and Protected Trail" for more information. Also, updated guide for protecting an existing trail. See "Protecting an Existing Trail" for more information.|