02-02-2011 12:48 AM
I'm using NNM 9.02 on Windows.Very less number of interfaces are being polled and most of them are not being polled(Both Administative status and Operational Status is not polled).Can you let me know what type of interfaces NNM polls by default once the router/switch is discovered.
When I see the network overview map, most of the node connections are having "No Status"(refer the attachment).Do I need to create a interface group for these interfaces for monitoring or is there any other way to monitor these interfaces(additional configuration).
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02-02-2011 01:20 AM
Referring to the attachment, the links you see here is a connection of layer 3 which means IP addresses
By Default NNMi Monitor the management IP of the nodes using ICMP and to reduce the traffic, it monitor the Interfaces (layer 2) that are connecting another node (HP call it connected interfaces)in the NNMi map.
NNMi uses SNMP for The layer 2 Interface Monitoring
If you want to know which interfaces are collected by default, Check The interface groups on the configuration Workspace -> Monitoring Settings
02-02-2011 01:23 AM
You may want to force certain interfaces to be monitored, you will find the full details on this link
NNMi Forcing an Interface to be Polled
09-19-2013 04:06 AM
If ForcePoll is not working, then u must also put a word in snmpd.conf file on Unix/Linux machines
here is the example for CentOS
rocommunity public default
save it and close it
after that u must restart service
service snmpd restart