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Remote Management Solutions for Cisco 800 Series Routers

Posted on 2013-02-05
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Hi All,

We have a about 50 Cisco 800 Series Routers (internet connected) spread over the country in different locations and need to find a Remote Management solution (paid or free) that will enable us to achieve the items below.  We have previously used external consultants or service providers to assist with managing these routers but would now like to bring these services in house.

We would prefer a single solution rather than a combination of solutions and our helpdesk team has limited or no IOS experience so we would prefer a GUI based console that enables our helpdek to make basic changes remotely (update DHCP scope or view traffic logs)

- Automated Config Backup
- Dashboard View of all Routers
- Basic Monitoring & Reporting
- Basic Config Changes

Any suggested solutions would be greatly appreciated.

Note - A cloud based service that we could subscribe to on a per device basis would probably be the most suitable rather than building and maintaining our own Management Server.

Thanks in advance..


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Did you already have a look at Cisco's solution?
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/netmgtsw/ps6504/ps6528/ps11200/data_sheet_c78-697479.html

If you have a Cisco login, you should be able to download a trial: https://cisco.mediuscorp.com/market/networkers/homeWork.se.work
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