The can be maintained and configured using the the following interfaces:
The are integrated with the Element Management System (EMS) for a seamless and unified element management user experience. For more information, see DSC Interoperability Matrix.
For information about registering the with EMS, see Register a DSC Node.
You can enable EMS access on the using the following methods:
DSC can be accessed through the DSC Manager in EMS (see EMS Access to the DSC Platforms).
The support a Web-based user interface (referred to in this library as Web UI).
The feature set has been tested using the following web browsers:
Microsoft Internet Explorer is the supported web browser for the SS7 Database Application (SDA) on . You cannot access the SDA System Manager GUI using an unsupported web browser.
For information about accessing the Web UI, see
For a detailed description of the Web UI, manipulating this UI and mapping of the DSC applications` hierarchies, see the appropriate chapters in the Web UI and Menu UI Guide.
The are equipped with a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) agent that can connect with up to ten SNMP managers, or network management systems.
SNMP is part of the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) protocol suite. SNMP is an application layer protocol that defines how management information between network devices is exchanged. SNMP provides a means to monitor and control network devices.
For detailed information about SNMP and about accessing this protocol, see Configuring SNMP.
The support a customized Linux-based operating system and TL1 command capabilities. The TL1 commands are used to manage software application elements and parameters for this product. The TL1 command prompt is accessible through an SSH tunnel in combination with a Telnet session connected to these platforms using the appropriate IP interfaces (see Establishing and Terminating a TL1 Command Session).
Using the Custom Application Mode you can create a redirect button to access any Web-enabled application. For accessing the Web UI, see Web-based User Interface on this page. For the procedure to create a redirect button, see Accessing Custom Application Mode Configuration.