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Switch to Server Relationship Discovery

Hi.. Is it possible to discover the relationship between the switch to server. We have activated all Layer 2 discovery/networking jobs but however we dont find any switch relationship connected to the server through interface. Any approach has to be followed to get such relationship mappings in uCMDB?

 

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James

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Re: Switch to Server Relationship Discovery

Hi James

 

I am uCMDB  Software Support representative, and I will be researching according to your question/concern.

Please give me a bit more time and I’ll be back as soon as possible.

Thanks for your understanding.

 

Regards,

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Re: Switch to Server Relationship Discovery

James;

 

Yes, you can discover some of the relationships.  With UCMDB 10.x you can run the: Layer2 Topology CDP-LLDP based by SNMP and Layer2 Topology Bridge based by SNMP, but the results won't be as good as something like NNMi, then integrating NNMi into UCMDB.

 

My recommendation is to use NNMi for this, but you can also use the UCMDB jobs.

Hope this helps,
Keith Paschal
UCMDB Worldwide Support Lead
Micro Focus Support
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Re: Switch to Server Relationship Discovery

Ok..Thank you..

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