To make learning how to use OSPInsight Web 9 as easy as possible we have put together a series of intro training videos, which we refer to as our OSPInsight Web 9 Boot Camp series.
From logging in to the application, to having a fully functional three building network, this series has all of the basics that you need to know to create your own network.
In the first video of our Web 9 Boot Camp series we will be taking a look at how to login to the application, an overview of the OSPInsight Home Dashboard, how to open a network, and an overview of the side-menu.
In this video we will continue going over some basics of Web 9. We will be covering an overview of the map window, going over some navigation tools, keyboard shortcuts, an overview of the window buttons, and the right-click menu.
In part 1 of the Three Building Basics we will walk you through the basics of OSPInsight, including walking you through how to add buildings, termination points, access points, and splice points.
In part 2 of the Three Building Basics we will be adding cable spans, terminating fibers, and splicing fibers. We will cover how to run a route, set span types, open a bookmark, turn on labels, and view the splice key diagram.
In part 3 of the Three Building Basics we will be adding another building, termination point, access point, and cable span. We will be performing a mid-sheath, terminating fibers, splicing fibers, and viewing the splice key diagram.
In the final video of the Three Building Basics we will be completing our network by adding a patch, and performing a mid-slack. We will cover how to run a route, find a fault, edit / view span lengths, run a taper, and view a taper report.
In this video we will take an in-depth look at the Web 9 Layer Control. By the end of the video you should be able to use the auto update function, turn objects and labels on/off, update and clear objects, and set up label configurations.
In this video we will take an in-depth look at the Advanced Search. By the end of the video you should be able to associate a work order, search for any of your network objects by using normal, OR, AND, single category, or multiple category searches.
This option allows you to immediately begin editing attribute information for each new object placed on the map. Using this option together with default attributes can make editing in Web 9 quick and efficient.
In this video we will demonstrate how to add splitters to individual splice enclosures using the Splice Key Editor. Once fibers have been spliced to the splitter, we will show you how to test the fiber path using the Port List.
Web 9 Basics: Part 1 - Learn about how to login to the application, the OSPInsight Home Dashboard, how to open a network, and the left side-menu.