02-16-2014 09:28 PM
NNM 9.11.005 in HP Unix
If we create a custom poller in NNM 9.11.005, I am seeing the custom poller only polls only one instance of the device instead of polling all instances of the device.
In NNM 9.20 or above, I am seeing custom poller polls multiple instances of a device.
Is it possible to incorporate the same functionality in 9.11 series by installing latest patch or fixes.
02-17-2014 11:13 AM
I assume you already checked the Step-by-Step Guide for Custom Poller, in case you need it please refer to page 6 - "Setting Up a Custom Poll"
See Figure 8: Custom Poller Collection: New MIB Expression
Is this what you are referring to when you say Multiple Instance?
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02-17-2014 08:44 PM
Yes, this is what I am referring to multiple instance.
Please find the attached custom-poller I had defined where I had specified the MIB filter.
When I run following command to query the MIB filter object, I am getting 2 output, but when custom poller is running it is not querying both, but queries only one, in this case it queries only 126.96.36.199
nnmsnmpwalk.ovpl -c xxxxx 188.8.131.52 bgpPeerRemoteAddr
bgpPeerTable.bgpPeerEntry.bgpPeerRemoteAddr.184.108.40.206 : IpAddress: 220.127.116.11
That is the reason I was asking whether NNM 9.11.005 supports querying multiple objects of MIB Filter variable defined.
02-18-2014 01:36 AM
This was solved by specifying MIB Filter in Custom Pollery policy as,
and it queries the IP addresses which starts with 123.22 and reports on them.
Suppose if I want to query the IP address which starts with subnet
and ends with
how can I specify MIB Filter value in Custom Poller policy.