A device is a piece of hardware from which we can collect data. The device will have a host name and an IP address and we can collect data using:
Devices are made up of different components.
|Here are some examples:||A CPU||Interfaces||Some traffic shaping policies||Various environmental monitors|
|Power supplies||Cooling fans||Line cards||Radios||Memory|
Each of these components have a unique identifier. For example: An interface might be called fe0/1, a policy map might be called gold or silver, a CPU might reside on a line card or on the router chassis itself. These unique names make up the elements of the device.
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