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Phil-HH
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Trap/Alarm when new Device appears

Hi,

 

Is it possible to get an alert (using a trap?!) when I connect a device to the network (in a certain Ip Range).

IMC doesnt know the device.

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LindsayHill
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You can use IMC for Terminal Access Management, and configure interface/MAC/IP bindings, with alarms raised if unauthorised devices are detected. That might work?

 

Look under Resource -> Terminal Access

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Phil-HH
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Re: Trap/Alarm when new Device appears

Is it possible to get an smnp Trap of a device which appers at IMC?

 

For example after confige a new Decive (Switch) IMC display an Alarm "New Decive is online" ... ?!

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LindsayHill
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Re: Trap/Alarm when new Device appears

There doesn't appear to be any alarm for discovering a new device. There are alarms for changes, or discovering identical devices, but not for a new device.

You might be able to find something in one of the scheduled reports that helps.
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Peter_Debruyne
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Re: Trap/Alarm when new Device appears

Hi,

 

It is a bit of a workaround, but attached procedure should help you (based on IMC Operator log syslog forwarding).

 

Hope this helps,

 

Best regards,Peter.

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Phil-HH
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Re: Trap/Alarm when new Device appears

Tanks, but is there a way to get an alarm without auto discover. Maybe a trap definition which is used by the config of a device?

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