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ramesh9 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Monitor IP Sec Site to Site VPN links

Hello All

Can NNM 10.2x monitor  IP Sec Site to Site VPN links using any SPI's or using core NNM features.

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Nga Do NMC Valued Contributor.
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Re: Monitor IP Sec Site to Site VPN links


As I know the query you mentioned belong to the HP NNMi iSPI for Quality Assurance ( QA). The site you mentioned should be clarified here;


A site is a collection of QA probes configured on the network elements managed by NNMi.
A network element can be a node, an interface, a Virtual Routing and Forwarding
instance (VRF) in a Virtual Private Network (VPN), and so on. NNM iSPI Performance for
QA enables you to create sites when you need to categorize these network elements into
groups. For example, a site can be created based on the geographic proximity of the
network elements, the similar node groups, or similar node IDs.


But HP NNMi iSPI for QA also got the support matrix detail for which device vendor got supported or not, so you can get reference from this link: https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM01273066


Hope this infomation is helpful for you.

All the best.

Nga Do
SW Support Engineer | Network Node Manager I-Series

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