ManageEngine Network Configuration Manager helps you backup, manage changes, audit compliance and monitors the entire life-cycle of Brocade switch configuration. You can discover your Brocade switches and add them to Network Configuration Manager's Inventory to start managing them.
After adding Brocade switches to Network Configuration Manager, you can provide the device credentials to manage and config Brocade switch. The credentials you provide can be the same as the ones you provide while logging into Brocade switches through an external emulator. Brocade configuration tool helps you in configuring Brocade switch by performing configuration backup, compliance audit, change management, task automation and allows you to generate reports on each of these operations.
Network Configuration Manager's intuitive interface makes Brocade switch configuration management faster and easier. You can carry out Brocade switch config operations directly from Network Configuration Manager and eliminate the need for a Telnet or a PuTTY. Not just Brocade switches, you can monitor the devices from other vendors as well.
Network Configuration Manager provides a simple, affordable, one-step solution for Brocade switch configuration backup. Back up Brocade switch configurations with instant, automated and scheduled backup methods. You can also pin the backup activity widget on Network Configuration Manager's dashboard. This will help you to monitor the back up status of Brocade switch configurations always.
With Network Configuration Manager, also called as Brocade switch configuration manager, you can achieve change management in your Brocade switch configurations. By managing changes, you can keep track of what's going on in your network. You can see the changes made in your Brocade switch configurations along with "Who", "What", "When" details of the change. You can also receive change notifications via Email, snmp traps, trouble tickets etc. You can view and compare different versions of your Brocade switch configurations with Diff View function. You can control who can make changes in Brocade switch configurations with Role-Based Access Control.
With Brocade switch management configuration, ensure Brocade switch configurations are free from vulnerabilities by auditing them for compliance with internal and external policies. Network Configuration Manager provides default compliance policies such as HIPAA, SOX, PCI DSS, and Cisco IOS etc. On top of that, you can configure Brocade switch by creating custom compliance policies, apply them on Brocade switches and get alerts when a policy/rule is violated.
This Brocade switch management software for Brocade switch configure provides configlets to automate mundane configuration tasks and helps you to carry-out changes in multiple Brocade switch configurations. You can push Brocade switch configuration files to multiple devices at one go. You can also enable/disable SNMP, change passwords Etc, with Network Configuration Manager's Brocade switch config management solution.
Configuration audits and reports are an integral part of keeping your network secure. Network Configuration Manager or Brocade switch management tool has a set of default reports, but you can easily create custom reports as well. Utilize out-of-the-box reports on user activity, startup-running conflicts, configuration changes, assets reaching end of life (EOL) or end of sale (EOS), configuration analysis Etc.
Below is the list of Brocade devices Network Configuration Manager currently supports. You can request for support of your devices here, if they are not in the list below.
|Vendor||Device type||Supported model/series|
|Brocade||Switch||FastIron Switch and Fiber Switch|
|Brocade||Switch||Brocade 648G FWS Switch|
|Brocade||Switch||Brocade 624S FCX Switch|
|Brocade||Switch||XMR Ironware V5.7 Switch|
|Brocade||Switch||7250 ICX Switch|
|Brocade||Switch||SilkWorm 3850 Fabric Switch|
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Network configurations that are pertaining to Brocade switches alone is called as Brocade switch configuration. Each switch type may have different configurations or commands and every type of Brocade switches can be managed seamlessly with Network Configuration Manager.
Configurations form an important part of network devices and it can make or break an entire network in minutes. This goes for Brocade switches as well. If configurations of Brocade switches are not done properly, it would lead to device downtime and eventually crashing an entire business in minutes. Hence, it is always vital to keep track of every configurations in your network.
Network Configuration Manager, you can backup configurations in three ways:
Manual backup: You can select any number of devices that need backing up and click on Backup option.
Scheduled backup: You can also choose to schedule the backup operation according to your date and time and Network Configuration Manager automatically performs the operation on the given date and time.
Automated backup: After enabling change detection, Network Configuration Manager listens to syslog messages and looks for log off message. If the user has logged off, then Network Configuration Manager scan for any changes in configuration. If yes, then the new configuration is backed up automatically. If not, then that backup is discarded.