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Servers discovery if ICMP blocked

HI, Is it possible to discover servers without opening ICMP in firewalls. and How.

 

 

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Re: Servers discovery if ICMP blocked

Hello ,

Did you try to discover via agent ?

 

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Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: Servers discovery if ICMP blocked

HI,

No i am scannanig without Agent.

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Re: Servers discovery if ICMP blocked

You could import via csv the IPs and tru Host Connect by SNMP. It will populate the IPprobe attribute even in case of no SNMP agent.

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Bogdan Mureșan

EMEA Technical Success
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Re: Servers discovery if ICMP blocked

You're going to need firewall rules for discovery anyway or have the probes on a subnet with those rules already

If nmap is allowed, read up on Range IPs by nmap

Rey Lejano

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Re: Servers discovery if ICMP blocked

You can discover servers that are VMs through different virtualizaiton jobs. But then again you need shell discovery (ip first) to the vcenter or HMC or hyperV machines etc

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