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crwood1
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Registered: ‎10-22-2012
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Node Missing in NNMi

I can't seem to find one of the devices on my network. It says the Node was created under Seeds in the Discovery Configuration folder. I see it there with it's IP and node created. However, it's not showing up in NNMi ?  Not sure what's going on there.

 

Is there a tool I can use within NNMi for troubleshooting? Like something that tests SNMP connectivity by doing a poll or something?

 

Thanks.

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fariassolis
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Registered: ‎03-13-2012
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Re: Node Missing in NNMi

Hello  crwood

 


You can try to find the node using the following tool.

 

find node.JPG

 

 


Try to use the IP or the hostname.

 

 

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crwood1
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Re: Node Missing in NNMi

I tried that guy, but said it couldn't find it.

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fariassolis
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Re: Node Missing in NNMi

1-Could you please go to  Inventory->IP addresses create a filter and try to see if you can find it from there?

 

 ipadd.JPG

 

 

 

2-Try to run  from the following command nnmtopodump.ovpl this will check if the node is in the database.

 

Windows

 

Program Files (x86)\HP\HP BTO Software\bin\nnmtopodump.ovpl -type node -filter  node.name=hostname

 

 

Unix

 

/opt/OV/bin/nnmtopodump.ovpl -type node -filter  node.name=hostname

 

 

3-If this doesn't work try to remove  the seed from the discovery configuration and try to added again.

 

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