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(NNMi) Support Tip: Detect Interface Changes

Hello Forumites, 

Occasionally it is observed that some interfaces are deleted from the NNMi inventory and then re-created. This results to loss of any customized interface management that was configured for the old interface and also any custom attributes that may have been configured. 

For more details around this topic, refer : 

> Criteria for NNMi to remove an interface from its inventory 

   Guide - NNMi Online Help For Administrators

   Topic - Detect Interface Changes

   Link   - https://docs.microfocus.com/NNMi/10.30/Content/Administer/nmAdminHelp/nmAdmDisco0860verifyInterfaceChange.htm 

> Tweaking NNMi discovery to overlook the simultaneous changes made to the ifAlias & ifSpeed attributes of a interface.

   https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM03217909 

 

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Re: (NNMi) Support Tip: Detect Interface Changes

For keeping temporarily removed interfaces (like card replacement) a bit longer (until e.g. the card is replugged), please have a look at https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/doc/KM02660239 to see if this is helpful for your scenario, too.
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