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How to load 2 nodes identical hostname to NNM

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Hi Forums,

I was wondering, is NNM able to load 2 nodes with the same hostname and IP?

example
RouterA 10.10.10.10
RouterA 10.10.10.11

the different between these two routers are only the status of each router in terms of active and passive. both are connected and can be ping and SNMP.

Thanks
Marcos
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Jov Absent Member.
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Hi,

Not sure which version of NNM you are referring to, but both 7.x Adv Edition and 8i can support HSRP.

You just need to load one and the router config sure have details of the other where NNM can discover.

This is still treated as a single entity, not two separate nodes.

Cheers
Jov

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Re: How to load 2 nodes identical hostname to NNM

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Hi,

Not sure which version of NNM you are referring to, but both 7.x Adv Edition and 8i can support HSRP.

You just need to load one and the router config sure have details of the other where NNM can discover.

This is still treated as a single entity, not two separate nodes.

Cheers
Jov

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mmdallal Absent Member.
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Re: How to load 2 nodes identical hostname to NNM

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if you are using hosts file, then I suggest to rename the second as an example RouterA-11

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