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HP NNMi 9: Topology Maps help

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HP NNMi 9: Topology Maps help

Hi Experts,


I'm using NNM9.10 on Windows. My network have many device so too difficult to see them on Topo Maps. 


- How to hide or disable the subnet which don't neet to display in Topo?


Detail to see as attachment.


Thanks in advance.

HPE Expert

Re: HP NNMi 9: Topology Maps help

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This sign means that there is a shared connectivity between devices. Possibly network hub, or undiscovered switch which interconnects devices but stays invisible for NNMi.

Another possibility - if there are aggregated links and you are running on standard NNMi license, then this icon can appear itself as NNMi needs advanced license to correctly discover aggregated links.

Last but not least, do you use Cisco Discovery Protocol(or other vendor analogues) on affected devices? Do all of them use same protocol?