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Not showing node components in one of our new added nodes. node vendor is brocadeSwitch fiber switch.

 

 

Plz help me to resolve this issue

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Submit an enhancement request (ER) for that device.  Support will supply you with a utility to gather a detailed snmp walk for that device. If there's enough requests for adding that device to support it should be added via a future patch or release.

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Andy Kemp
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Have you checked to see if it is on the supported devices list?

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SAN24B-4 Express	Brocade 300   this the model number .can u plz check it this device is support my nnm9.01 patch5 
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Here is the link to the 9.0 NNMi Device Support Matrix:

http://sg-pro-ovweb.austin.hp.com/nnm/NNM9.00/devicematrix.htm

 

As mentioned on the link:

 

If a specific device model is not explicitly listed in Supported Devices, refer to Supported SNMP MIBs to determine whether you can expect the device to be properly discovered and monitored. For example, many devices that implement the Standard SNMP MIBs or are a new device model in an already supported product line are managed perfectly well by NNMi, even though that model is not yet listed here. To request that HP validate or add support for a specific device model, contact your HP support representative to provide the necessary information.

Mohit Sharma,
HP Software Support

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thanks

 

i my device is not listed in support Mib file.

 

plz let me know what is the next step for this issue?

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Submit an enhancement request (ER) for that device.  Support will supply you with a utility to gather a detailed snmp walk for that device. If there's enough requests for adding that device to support it should be added via a future patch or release.

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Andy Kemp
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in the meantime, if there is something critical about those device(s) that you need to poll, take a look at the administrative reference PDF about "custom poller". its primary purpose is to look at NUMERICAL values, but some device features might be reported as integers (zero for down, 1 for up and so forth) so in theory you could use custom poller to detect that. You do need to know your way around mib trees in order to use it, but it is part of your NNM9i base license. best used with 9.01 or later point releases.

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