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Node to NOde//ip addres -TCP communication



working on UCMDB 10.10 cp13



Customer want to see all kind of dependancy/relation between two node/ip address.


 I already ran the job host connection by shell and host resources and applications by shell job.  To get the relationship between two nodes , activated TCP connections by sheel job and ran network connectivity by data analyzer job.

But few ip addresses doesnt get connect with otherIP ADDRESS inspite of direct relationship . When i checked the related items on both nodes, ipserviceendpoint  CI type was not available on one of serrver.  



i want to know , which information UD collects to show relationship between two IP addresses/nodes , and what I need to see in communication logs to confirm the traffic data between nodes. 


Please correct me if I am wrong as my uderstanding is not clear on this. Also find attached log of node without ipserviceendpoint ci type.



with regards,


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Re: Node to NOde//ip addres -TCP communication

There is TCP Discovery section in Discovery Control Panel. It's separated in two sections: Active and Passive. Active is by connecting to the hosts and passive by getting info by listening to mirror port on the switch for instance.

So, think what is more appropriated in your situation, read the docs, configur and go with either method...

-Dmitry Gomel, PMP
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