[NNMi] Avoid current Unknown Node status when node is unreachable and all interfaces unmanaged.

Idea ID 1657506

Re: [NNMi] Avoid current Unknown Node status when node is unreachable and all interfaces unmanaged. - Status changed to: Waiting for Votes

Hello,

We have hundreds of nodes that goes Unknown when they are Down and when none interface are managed.
This is really a wrong behaviour as we are missing real incidents.

There is a QCCR (not from me) on this behaviour and I would love to see it solved.
“QCCR1B161573 Node gets Unknown status when it goes down if the interfaces are unmanaged”

I'm supposing a lot people are concerned about that behaviour and I hope you will vote for it !

Thanks,
Cédric.

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Enable NodeUnmanagable in Management Event Configuration? Maybe consider raising the severity for these to major/critical at the same time.

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