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JNash
Occasional Advisor

IRS RSADMIN siteipv4subnet help

Hi,

Some Gen8 servers I've added to IRS are multi NIC / multi IP servers.

Some of them are added to IRS with an IP that is not the desirable.

According to the manual (Monitored Devices Configuration Guide) that is an expected behavior and can be corrected by setting subnet preferences using the command:

rsadmin config –set siteipv4subnet.preference=10.114.0.0/16,10.162.0.0/16,10.163.0.0/16 (my real case)

When I run this command I allways get:

No arguments supplied

Followed by the help.

I've tried also with one subnet, but I get the same error.

Where is this command wrong? Where can I find a rsadmin reference manual?

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toddg1
HPE Pro

Re: IRS RSADMIN siteipv4subnet help

I will check - something must be wrong with the syntax.  (the only reference manual is in the online help)\

 

I am an HPE employee.
toddg1
HPE Pro
Solution

Re: IRS RSADMIN siteipv4subnet help

Double check the "-" in front of the -set

If you cut/pasted this from a document, it's likely that's not a real "-"   

 

I got this from the team:

The long dash in front of the set –set should be -set. A later release of Insight RS has fixed this to take either type of "dash".

Let me know if that helps, please.

I am an HPE employee.
JNash
Occasional Advisor

Re: IRS RSADMIN siteipv4subnet help

It worked....

I have to be more carefull with cut/past :-)

Thanks a lot.

toddg1
HPE Pro

Re: IRS RSADMIN siteipv4subnet help

My pleasure - that has happened quite a bit - which is why we changed the code to accept either type.

Also be ware of the double-quotes that MSWord uses - those often have a hard time parsing properly as " in many programs as well.

Glad it worked for you!

I am an HPE employee.
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: IRS RSADMIN siteipv4subnet help

>A later release of Insight RS has fixed this to take either type of "dash".

 

Either?  There are three types:
Ascii minus.

EM and EN dash from word