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uCMDB Port Mapping

Hello,

I have a simple question that I think I already know the answer to, but I need it to be confirmed.

Does discovery pick up all TCP relationships out of the box (via active/passive discovery)? Or do uncommon ports need to be defined in the portNumberToPortName.xml file for them to be discovered?

Based on the name of the xml file, and what I've seen in views, the answer I assume is all TCP relationships are discovered - the difference is wether or not they are named. Is this correct?

 

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Absent Member.
Absent Member.

In fact - it depends on the jobs you run.
Discovery picks up everything, just not everything gets reported into UCMDB.
I would suggest to take a look at the parameters of the jobs you use (Servers/Potential Servers by Network Data, etc.)

Cheers,
Alex
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