Change Inefficient Out of the BOX Tql for Host Connection by Shell

Idea ID 1650433

Change Inefficient Out of the BOX Tql for Host Connection by Shell

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I want eliminate Network Devices that are connect to SNMP (Except F5). We do not have access to these. It creates alerts to you admins and is a big waste of resources.

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Honored Contributor.
Honored Contributor.

Please provide full details on the request. which TQL do you want to change, what tql would you like to have?

Also, why cannot you change the TQL at a local level? 

Also, is the change you request is generic enough for all customers?

Super Contributor.. Super Contributor..
Super Contributor..

Please provide full details on the request. which TQL do you want to change, what tql would you like to have?

I want the TQL to not try any network devices accept the F5s since we discover all of these by SNMP. 

Also, why cannot you change the TQL at a local level? If the TQL was not so convoluted we could. I have asked a lot of people for help on this and i can not figure it out. 

Also, is the change you request is generic enough for all customers? If could be if you do this as an alterantive TQL for this discovery or you do this by parms in the job. 

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