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IMC 5.1 in Topology View had wrong connection

worawit
Occasional Contributor

IMC 5.1 in Topology View had wrong connection

I use IMC 5.1 with A-Series switch. S5500 and V1910

 

after I add all switch and see in Topology view

 

their had wrong connection between each switch but in real physical no had this connection

 

I try to delete device and add it again but it still wrong

 

sample

 

Physical connection:  MainSwitch --> V1910 Fl1

                                                             --> V1910 Fl2

 

In Topology View: It add link connection Between V1910 Fl1 and V1910 Fl2 directly.

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worawit
Occasional Contributor

Re: IMC 5.1 in Topology View had wrong connection

Last time I try to up firmware v1910 to lastest firmware 5.20.1511

 

but it still make connection to another switch [real physical no connection]

 

in LLDP no this connection

 

please helps

fgiraud
Advisor

Re: IMC 5.1 in Topology View had wrong connection

Hello,

 

I don't have a definitive solution or an explanation of such issue, but alternatively you can manually delete the wrong links using the "Link Management" tool :

 

Open a custom topology and then click on the button LinkMgmtButton.JPG to open the Link Management tool.

Then a new window open in which you can manage (and so delete) some link (you can filter on some devices, interfaces ... using the query button) :

LinkMgmt.JPG

 

After having deleted some links, they appear as "deleted" link in the tool (so that you can manually recover them) :

DeletedLinks.JPG

 

Hope this helps,

Fabien

netmanfabe