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I plan to install iSPI for Metrics NPS, QA, MPLS and a leaf collector for Trafic SPI on one system, and NNMi and Master on another. Would that be ok, or a separate system for leaf collector should be considered. Around 800 nodes to be managed. Does t...
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Hi Our NNMi discovers our network, and on the last 2 month it suddenly makes up nodes, and creates Node Down incidents If for example we have the segment 192.168.1.0/24 and 192.168.1.1-15 are network devices, some or all of the other addresses are su...
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Hello experts, If i disable a particular trap in NNMi, will the policy deployed for the trap can still forward the message to BSM/OML ? From where does policy fetch data from NNMi, is it from the trapDB ? Thanks in advance
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Hi all, I have one device inside NA that only twice took a snapshot, but then began to fail, throw me the next message: I deleted the device and added again, but is the same thing, only took twice snapshots and throw the message. I want to Know if ca...
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Hi guys, I created a new user on NNM console, this user is under the root group, but when I try to run the nnmsnmpwalk.ovpl command I get an error: command not found. Can someone help me to find the solution? Kind Regards, Diogo Miguel
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Hi all, Configuration: NNMi 9.24 @ Linux & iSPI Performance installed at a different Linux server when we try to run dbsize.ovpl script it fails with the following message: [me@nps ~]$ sudo /opt/OV/NNMPerformanceSPI/bin/dbsize.ovpl [14652] /opt/O...
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Hi Make sure your nms-disco.properties has this line activated (remove the comment signs) com.hp.ov.nms.disco.HostNameMatchManagementIP=true Then restart ovjboss and run a config poll agains the node. That should make sure that the name of the node i...
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I've received these attached scripts, but I haven't yet had much more than a cursory look at them. When I get time, I'll try and get them working in my lab. There's a Perl version and a Bash version. Depends on what OS you're using as to your options...
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Hi Torgeir, You can retrive the value of a node custom attribute and add it to your Incidents details by ${valueOfNodeCA( CustomNodeAttributeName )} into the incident message or the incident Custom Attributes Ex: You have added custom attribute to th...
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