Cisco OnPlus uses an appliance, the Cisco OnPlus 100 Network Agent, installed at the customer premises, to discover network devices and collect data on the network and discovered devices. Through a persistent connection to the Internet, the Cisco OnPlus agent transmits this data to a secure data center.
The Cisco OnPlus 100 Network Agent is small and unobtrusive, and can be activated in minutes. It can be powered by a connection to a Power over Ethernet (PoE) port on a switch or with an external power adapter.
Mobile monitoring and management
Partners can access Cisco OnPlus service anywhere with any device that contains a browser, including a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, to proactively track network status, troubleshoot issues, or perform configuration changes. Partners can receive alerts, check site or device status, read log files, back up configurations, and view network topology.
Network device discovery
Cisco OnPlus service uses multiple discovery protocols to discover most devices with an IP address on the network. It offers the best experience with supported Cisco devices.
Network topology view for easy moves, adds, and changes
The OnPlus service portal displays a logical topology diagram of all discovered devices in the network, and lets partners manually add, modify, and remove devices in the topology. Third-party devices have limited capabilities beyond discovery.
Dashboard view of network status and inventory
An intuitive dashboard displays in-depth information about customer networks and sites. Customizable views can include device icons, condition level, status check, category of device and device name, a description, MAC address, and IP address.
Detailed reportingIn The Box
Cisco OnPlus can generate reports based on templates or create custom reports for specific customers or sites. The report can be viewed as part of a dialog with the customer, or can be generated and sent via email to a customer or partner.
- Cisco OnPlus 100 Network Agent
- Network cable - 1.5 m
- Power adapter