02-18-2014 11:26 AM
Hi.. i am new to NNM side..
and is there any command, like opcnode of HPOV, which will give me the full inventory of our monitoring.
i mean, how many nodes, interfaces, switches we are monitoring..
also is there any command to find out which SPI's(i heard VLAN SPI, etc.. ) are installed on my NNMi system? command or GUI steps, anything is fine..
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02-18-2014 01:22 PM
You can use nnmtopodump.ovpl command which basically displays the contents of the NNMi topology database, for instance:
nnmtopodump.ovpl -u username -p password -legacy long -type node
To display the nodes in text format, you must use the legacy option. When you use the legacy option
with -type node, NNMi displays the nodes and their interfaces.
For your second question, you can verify that by clickong on Help > System Information > Products
You should see something like this:
Product Extension Information
HP Network Node Manager iSPI Performance for Metrics Software
HP NNM iSPI Software Deployed
Device Extension Utility Classes PerfSPI_Metrics 09.20.000.001
Device Extension Utility Classes PerfSPI_NPS 09.20.000.001
Device Extension Utility Classes PerfSPI_QA 09.20.000.001
Device Extension Utility Classes PerfSPI_Traffic 09.20.000.001
Hope this helps,
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