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Maximo was implemented as a business IT system that breaks down buildings and assets into individual units and tracks their lifecycle sustainment from construction to demolition. Along with the new version 7. Though there are no functional changes in the new version for the user, and the underlying rules and operation will remain the same, the upgrade provided an updated and modern user interface to provide better operation on mobile devices. Based on user feedback, the revised system was stood up in a testing environment that took nearly six months while NAVFAC Maximo representatives at all of the field engineering commands planned, revised and tested the content and layout of the most commonly used screens for more efficient operation and informative data presentation.

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Configure Bandwidth on Demand Before you begin This procedure describes the configuration options for the Bandwidth on Demand application. For the complete configuration workflow, see Bandwidth on Demand Configuration Workflow. The Bandwidth on Demand application and XTC exchange keepalive messages to maintain a persistent connection.

If the connection fails, the Bandwidth on Demand application shuts down, clears current state, tries to reconnect, and re-delegate the SR policies. XTC will then delegate instances depending on the priority level. When the Bandwidth on Demand application searches a path for the policies being delegated, it will avoid any paths that may exceed the congestion utilization threshold. After initial configuration, you may run NIMOs anytime and the Bandwidth on Demand application will update the network model.

Configure device and network discovery. Configure SR policies on a device. Shut Down Bandwidth on Demand To properly shut down the Bandwidth on Demand application, the following steps must be done in order: Procedure.

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Configure Bandwidth on Demand Before you begin This procedure describes the configuration options for the Bandwidth on Demand application. For the complete configuration workflow, see Bandwidth on Demand Configuration Workflow. The Bandwidth on Demand application and XTC exchange keepalive messages to maintain a persistent connection. If the connection fails, the Bandwidth on Demand application shuts down, clears current state, tries to reconnect, and re-delegate the SR policies. XTC will then delegate instances depending on the priority level. When the Bandwidth on Demand application searches a path for the policies being delegated, it will avoid any paths that may exceed the congestion utilization threshold. After initial configuration, you may run NIMOs anytime and the Bandwidth on Demand application will update the network model.

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