Training Course TC22 - Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold v14



Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold v14 Network Management.
Note this course can be run as a 'closed session' course focusing on a single organisation if required.
Course Location
  • On-site or at the Milton Keynes Regus Training Facility
  • One or Two Days (Two day course covers topics in greater depth and allows hands on examples)

Topics covered


    Overview of SNMP

    Overview of WhatsUp v14 different Editions


Adding Nodes/Devices

    Manual Discovery

    Auto Discovery

    Active Discovery

    Device Types / Roles


Using Map View

    Creating & Customising Maps

    Creating Active Links


Adding MIBs & SNMP Traps

    Using SNMP MIB Manager

    Using SNMP MIBWalker


Groups / Dynamic Groups

    Configuring Groups

    Configuring Dynamic Groups

    Editing Multiple Devices/Bulk Change



    Configuring Dependencies

    Viewing Dependencies


Active Monitors


    Configuring Active Monitors

    Active Monitor Scripts


Passive Monitor


    SNMP Trap Monitor

    Syslog Monitor

    Windows Eventlog Monitor


Performance Monitor & Reports





    Creating, Configuring & Using Workspaces

    Web Reports

    Real-Time popup Bubbles

    Split Second Graphs


Alert Centre

    Using Alert Centre


Actions on Events

    Assigning Actions

    Action Policies



    Generating Recurring Reports


Web Tools

    Overview of Web Tools

    WUG Diagnostic Test

    Web Performance Monitor

    Web Task Manager Tool


Admin Tasks

    Database admin/backup tasks

  • Clive Taylor
  •  There is no certification associated with this course.
Who should attend
  • This course is designed for those people who will be responsible for the the Evaluation, Assement, Installation and Implementation of the WhatsUp Gold Software.
  • Delegates should have a system level knowledge of their network Infrastructure, to gain maximum benefit from the day.

Please Note: The above course is available outside the UK by special arangement.

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