01-04-2013 02:01 PM - edited 01-04-2013 02:14 PM
-There are some scenarios when addresses are not resolving to correct namesin NNMi. There are some configuration checks that will help to find out the root cause of the issue.
1-Please check if DNS is resolving fine from an Operating System prospective.
- Check using the nslookup command.
2-Please adjust the desire Node Name Resolution configuration in NNMi .
This will help to know what you can expect NNMi to add the hostname as Node Name Resolution.
-This can be found under Configuration ->Discovery.
3-NNMi contains his own DNS cache, you can check if the Name Resolution from the NNMi prospective is working properly.
a-Access the following URL to invoke the get hostname method using the Fully qualified Domain Name.
b- Add the IP address in the ParamValue and click on Invoke.
c-This will report the hostname associated to that IP in the NNMi DNS cache.
d- If the name is not resolving to an old DNS name previously configured and not the expected one you can clear the NNMi DNS cache.
- Access the following URL to invoke “Clear All Caches ()” method.
- Invoke the method “clearAllCaches ()”
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