Contents: Overview | Features & Specifications | Download Trial | Documents | Videos | Frequently Asked Questions
Growing networks can be a headache for today’s IT organizations. Keeping track of the devices in your network and how they relate to each other and to other parts of your infrastructure can be difficult and time consuming.
Dell EMC OpenManage Network Manager (OMNM) is designed to make it easier to manage the entire lifecycle of heterogeneous network environments including Dell EMC, Cisco, HP, Arista, Juniper, Aruba, Brocade, SonicWALL and more.
Proactive Monitoring and Data Reporting
Scalability and Ease of use
Supported Operating Systems (64-bit)
Supported Web Browsers
Supported Managed Devices
To download a Free 30 DayTrial of OMNM with support for up to twenty-five (25) Multi-Vendor Devices including Dell EMC Networking Devices please visit: https://marketing.dell.com/omnmfreetrial.
Dell EMC OpenManage Network Manager v6.2: Spec Sheet
Dell EMC OpenManage Network Manager v6.2 SP2: Release Notes
Dell EMC OpenManage Network Manager v6.2 SP2: Quick Start Guide
Dell EMC OpenManage Network Manager v6.2 SP2: User Guide
Dell EMC OpenManage Network Manager v6.2 SP2: Installation Guide
Dell EMC OpenManage Network Manager v6.2: 3rd Party Device & OS Support Matrix
Dell EMC OpenManage Network Manager v6.2: New Features and Supported Devices in OMNM 6.2 SP2
Dell EMC OpenManage Network Manager v6.2: Virtual Appliance Installation Guide
Tech Talks are longer videos that provide a deeper look into a topic or feature.
Toolkit Videos are short videos that demonstrate one specific feature.
Some key getting started videos are below. The full list of videos include topics such as automation, architecture, troubleshooting, and so on. They can be found here: videos
What's New in OMNM 6.2 SP3: Learn what new features are included in OMNM 6.2 Service Pack 3
Basic Windows Install: In this installment of OMNM TechTalk we're going back to the basics! We'll show you how to complete a basic Windows install of your Dell EMC OpenManage Network Manager and get you up and running in minutes!
Virtual Appliance Install: In this installment of OMNM TechTalk we're going back to the basics! We'll show you how to complete a basic virtual appliance install of your Dell EMC OpenManage Network Manager and get you up and running in minutes!
Onboarding: You have OMNM installed, but what do you do next? This Tech Talk explains the onboarding process so you can get up and running quickly!
Basics of Performance Monitoring: In this Tech Talk recording we will go over the basics of performance monitoring so you can begin to identify any potential performance issues in your network
Advanced Performance Monitoring: In this Tech Talk we will be continuing our Performance Monitoring series with a more in depth look at advanced monitors
Traffic Flow Analyzer: In this installment of TechTalk, see how to increase network utilization and performance with a deep dive into Traffic Flow analyzer (TFA).
Below are a few key Toolkit videos. There are many more that can be found here: http://bit.ly/2oYt3ZV
Dell EMC OMNM Toolkit: How to upload device OS firmware images:
Dell EMC OMNM Toolkit: Run a Configuration Backup
Dell EMC OMNM Toolkit: Create an Inventory Asset Report
Dell EMC OMNM Toolkit: Schedule Tasks
Dell EMC OMNM Toolkit: Set File Servers for Backup, Restore and Deployment
Q: How do customers get a copy of OpenManage Network Manager (OMNM)?
A: Dell EMC provides a free 30 day, 25 node trial. You can obtain the trial at https://marketing.dell.com/omnmfreetrial.
Q: How much does OMNM cost?
A: OMNM is sold as a per-node subscription in packs ranging from 25 nodes to unlimited, for a time period of 1, 3, or 5 years
Q: What devices can be managed with OMNM?
A: OMNM will allow you to manage all Dell EMC Networking devices including N-Series, S-Series, C-Series, and Z-Series switches. Dell EMC Networking W-Series wireless controllers, access points and instant access points. Cisco, HPE, SonicWALL, Brocade, Juniper, Aruba, and many more. See the 3rd Party Device & OS Support list in the documents section above for a complete list.
Q: How many devices can OMNM manage?
A: The total number of devices that can be managed by one OMNM server will vary depending on the size and configuration of the server on which OMNM is deployed and on the specific OMNM features in use. However, an appropriately configured OMNM server can support about 20,000+ devices. Use of resource-intensive features such as Traffic Flow Analysis can reduce that number.
For very large installations, OMNM High Availability is recommended
Q: Is training for OMNM available?
A: Yes, there is OMNM training offered by Dell Education Services and by partners. Contact your Sales Representative to obtain a quote for onsite or remote OMNM training.
How does the license work for stacked Switches? It does not matter or is count 1 license for the stack?