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How to create sitemap using deviceid, mapSettingHelper.build_site_map_setting("device_id", false) as there may be possibilities of duplicate hostname.If I refer “Defining Event Templates to Process Events in NetBrain” in help it is giving# create mapmap_setting = mapSettingHelper.build_site_map_setting("device_name", False) #replace with a real device or device parameter in raw dataIn this case what are the device parameters we can use other than hostname
I’m looking to create a Run Book or Intent that will show me mac addresses only for specific interfaces on a Cisco switch in support of a CRQ network change. I don’t want to see 20 or 30 interfaces, just the 5 I am changing. Then I’d like to compare a before and after on just those five interfaces.
Has anyone tackled this beast? I am trying to setup routing via Velocloud Edge devices. I am not able to use API or CLI due to the account’s setup. I am getting output but before I dug too deep into working on this, I didn’t know if there was something available. https://mibs.observium.org/mib/VELOCLOUD-EDGE-MIB/ .Mib: 22.214.171.124.4.1.453126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.6 Has anyone here tried to create route maps via snmp?
Is there an option with adding a device with a pre-built configuration without having to be online for discovery? It will be used for path maps usage, but the customer didn’t want netbrain to have access to a few boxes on the network. We are talking about a few sites compared to the several thousand assets we have been able to discover. We didn’t want to have the situation where a gap in path calculations can occur.I am also thinking this could be useful for test environments to see how traffic will transverse the network. Thoughts?
I have a path drawing from A-Z, how can I make it show active gre-tunnels as well on the same drawing only for Z device?I am also trying to recall how to add new node/ device on current path map and see connections from/to it? I have done that before but cannot recall it. Thanks
Hi all,I have a list of 50+ devices (hostnames) in a file which I would like to add to a single map. They are spread among many existing groups. Is there a way how to have them added to a map all at once? Like “Add to a map every hostname from this csv file” kind of at once.Or do I have to add them one by one from search menu?Related question, once I am finished with discovery process in domain management, is there a way to immediately put all discovered devices into a single map?Thank you for your timeJan Dudic
We allow license surging in Release 10.x. For a company whose growth strategy is growth through acquisition, our ability to scan the network of the “to be acquired company” is immense. However, it is my understanding we can only scan access points and API based devices. So legacy network devices, (i.e., routers, switches, load balancers, firewalls) cannot be scanned. If my understanding is wrong, please correct me. I feel that if this is correct, it is a tremendous shortcoming in the value proposition we can offer companies like Nestle and Centene. I’d like to be able to punch a hole into the “to be acquired company’s” firewall, install a front server and discover their entire network, not a subset of it. Can this be something we address in the near term?
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