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How to avoid discovering IPV6 addresses for Windows and Unix hosts ?

Hello,

 

uCMDB version: 9.05 CUP 12.351

DDM Content Pack 11.08.802

 

I see a lot of Unix hosts in our test environment that have two ip addresses connected to them. One is IPV4 and the other is IPV6. How can I control the discovery process such that it disables IPV6 and finds only IPV4's ?

 

Kindly oblige.

 

Thanks,

PKS

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Verify that in your globalFiltering.xml file that

recursiveFilter="true" enableFilter="true"

Also, you will want to uncheck “Fail entire bulk if invalid Cis are found” for the adapter configuration.

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i see my recursiveFilter is set to false. let me change that to true and give it another run.

i really appreciate the help John!

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