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Auto Un-Managing Port Channels

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We have an ACI Datacenter infrastructure. NNMi is auto managing the Port Channels . This causes issues When new servers get connected to Port Channels and they are rebooted we get Critical Alarms. Is their a way to auto unmanage All Port Channels in the ACI environment to avert the False Positives we are getting.

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Re: Auto Un-Managing Port Channels

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Hello,

 

what about an interface filter, which is used in the monitoring settings to prevent StatePoller monitoring of these interfaces?

 

HTH and best regards

 

Allessandro

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Hello,

 

what about an interface filter, which is used in the monitoring settings to prevent StatePoller monitoring of these interfaces?

 

HTH and best regards

 

Allessandro

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Re: Auto Un-Managing Port Channels

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I created an interface filter and a node filter to not poll the port channel. That manages the interface but doesn't poll it.

Thanks - John

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