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F5 BIGIP400 certification in NNMi

Hi,

Currently my environment is running with NNMi 10 patch 1 inlinux platform, i have " F5 BigIP 4000s TMOS Version 12.1.1 " device to board on the NNMi, but when i check in NNMi device support matrix for patch level 1, i could see BIGIP 4100 only, can some one advise does this version of NNMi support Big-IP 4000s TMOS serires.

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Re: F5 BIGIP400 certification in NNMi

Hello,

NNMi supports devices by sysObjectID.0 not by models. Check if those ones have the same sysObjectID.0.

nnmsnmpget.ovpl  <device-name>  sysObjectID.0

Even if the OID is not on a support list NNMi can still monitor the device using Mib-II.

Best regards,

Sergey Pankratov
NNMi Support

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Re: F5 BIGIP400 certification in NNMi

Hi Bebu,

  Further to Sergey's comment, if you checkout the device support matrix for 10.0 Patch 2 you will find that the F5-BigIP has added the 2000, 4000, 4200  and the 4000 is listed in the F5 section ( down towards the bottom ).   If you find any issues with any of the "supported" aspects listed in the spreadsheet then please open a support case to we can get the issue looked into.

  All the best

Dave Y

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