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NSP Classic Management
NFM-P: System Administration

Course number: OS00066-V-1800
Course duration: 3 days (including lectures and hands-on lab exercises)

Course overview

This course is a combination of theory and practical hands-on exercises intended for those personnel responsible for the Classic Management NFM-P system integrity and efficiency with the required elements to: protect network critical information; preserve the system in optimal working conditions according to regular maintenance procedures; and, resolve system outages and related faults.

Course objectives

The learner will be able to:

  • Describe the Nokia NMS portfolio and NFM-P architecture
  • Understand the hardware and software specifications for standalone and redundant systems
  • Describe typical system administrator tasks
  • Identify and explain the role for each of the default NSP OS users, including: root; oracle; and, nspuser
  • Demonstrate their ability to successfully install a standalone, collocated NFM-P main server/ database
  • Demonstrate their ability to log into the NFM-P and validate the operational status
  • Demonstrate their ability to identify and complete advanced configuration procedures
  • Describe the goal of routine maintenance and the frequency for recommended routine maintenance



  • Operate the preventive maintenance tasks as defined in the tech documentation
  • Identify and execute the troubleshooting sequence for common issues related to the database and server
  • Demonstrate their ability to launch the LogViewer GUI and CLI to extrapolate debug information
  • Demonstrate their ability to collect NFM-P log files
  • Demonstrate their ability to deploy the NFM-P software packages and successfully perform post-installation tasks

Course modules

Student Guides

  • 1 - NSP Overview
    • 1.1 - Course Introduction
    • 1.2 - NSP Product Overview
  • 2 - Classic Management NFM-P Overview
    • 2.1 - Classic Management NFM-P Product Overview
    • 2.2 - Classic Management NFM-P Architecture
    • 2.3 - Classic Management NFM-P Redundancy
    • 2.4 - Hardware and Software Specifications
  • 3 - Administrator Types
    • 3.1 - System Administrator Profile
    • 3.2 - OS User Types



  • 4 - Advanced Configuration
    • 4.1 - Advanced Configuration Tasks
  • 5 - Routine Maintenance
    • 5.1 - Routine Maintenance Tasks
  • 6 - Troubleshooting
    • 6.1 - Troubleshooting Overview
    • 6.2 - Troubleshooting using Log Files
  • 7 - Installation
    • 7.1 - Deployment Requirements