Correlate the events from the L2 and L3 connected devices events in NNMi along with node down alert

Idea ID 2847593

Correlate the events from the L2 and L3 connected devices events in NNMi along with node down alert

Correlate the events from the L2 and L3 connected devices events in NNMi along with node down alert.

Requirement of correlating events for the devices in NNMi based on the L2 and L3 connection. ie if a core router down, will

it be possible to correlate the events from the L2 and L3 connected devices events as well along with the core router events

 

Details of the L2 and L3 connection.

 

Layer 2 - Directly connected links/ virtual link

Layer 3 - BGP peer / MPLS pee /OSPF

 

How we can achieve this requirement in NNMi

5 Comments
Cadet 3rd Class
Cadet 3rd Class

Event correlation based on Layer 2 and Layer 3 connection during Node or Connection down is Great IDEA.

It will reduce unnecessary Noise in the event and Incident Monitoring system.

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Already Offered

Dear Submitter,

NNMi custom correlation can be achieved across devices. Please refer to product documentation or contact Micro Focus support for any particular use case.

Captain Captain
Captain

@AkashDeep   we already opened a ticket SD02798244 with support, and based on their analysis only we raised this ER.

if the capability available in NNMi, could you please share us some details /Document for the same.

Commander
Commander

@AkashDeep - Good to know this is available , can you please show us the same on a call.

Captain
Captain

Can you share the documentation on how this works with an example? 

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