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UCMDB and NNMI discovered Network devices Data - Difference

Hi Experts,


what could be the difference between the NNMi discoverd network devices data and uCMDB discoverd network data (layer 2 discovery)? like any extra CITs/attributes/relationships are supported in NNMI and not in uCMDB? I am not looking in the NNMI monitoring front but in terms of data discovered through NNMI.

We have NNMi to UCMDB integration in our solution but since due to certain delay in environmnet set up for NNMI we are planning to discover the network devices through UCMDB first and would like to understand what will be difference in terms of data discovered through NNMI and UCMDB and what kind of information will be missing by ucmdb discovered network data in comparison with NNMI?



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Re: UCMDB and NNMI discovered Network devices Data - Difference

Hello James ,


I hope you are doing well .


I see that you have an UCMDB support ticket open for this subject. I suggest that the best option is to continue with the ticket process .


I will contact the backline engineer and then post the solution to this forum thread.



Best Regards ,

Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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