06-14-2013 02:33 AM - edited 06-17-2013 12:17 AM
we have some cisco nexus 7010 that is being discover for each ip segment that is in our auto discovering(I can see all inter face on each of them but only one ip segment) we are using some vrf lite but 10.201.73.3, 10.201.84.3 and 10.201.80.3 is in the same vrf so I don't think that is the issue for this behavior
I have also tried to delete them and they just pop up like this again
is there some issues that nnm can't snmp correctly to a nexus 7010?
Duplicate Node Summary
1 duplicate nodes were found:
Management IP address=10.6.29.12 has 0 duplicate nodes.
eny help will be appreciated in troubleshooting this issue down :)
atleast we can find it!!
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06-14-2013 08:17 AM
Nexus 7xxx Virtual Device Context (VDC) is not fully supported in NNMi. Virtual devices (VDCs) configured with separate Management IP and SNMP access are discovered and managed as independent Nodes in NNMi. However, VDCs that share a common Management IP but separate SNMP Content (v1/v2 community or v3context) cannot be managed in NNMi. Further, the association of VDCs to the hosting (physical) Nexus switch is not depicted in NNMi.
Older NX-OS versions have limited SNMP MIB support that impairs associated NNMi support. NX-OS 5.0(2) or later required for proper discovery of Layer 2 connectivity. Nexus 5000 NX-OS 5.0(3)N2(1) required for proper Link Aggregation support involving Nexus FEX modules. See http://sg-pro-ovweb.austin.hp.com/nnm/NNM9.20/devi
Hope this helps.
06-17-2013 12:33 AM - edited 06-17-2013 02:13 AM
i it is a physical switch, so nnm can't snmp a nexus 7010 physical switch correctly?
BIOS: version 3.22.0
kickstart: version 5.2(1)
system: version 5.2(1)
06-17-2013 04:10 AM
Might be the version of NX-OS you're running, its still pretty primative , but getting better. 4.X was a hot mess.
We've got about 150 7010's runing this version and dont have any issues mapping.
Cisco NX-OS(tm) n7000, Software (n7000-s1-dk9), Version 5.2(3a), RELEASE SOFTWARE Copyright (c) 2002-2011 by Cisco Systems, Inc. Compiled 12/15/2011 12:00:00
Andy Kemp, CISSP
06-17-2013 04:56 AM
might be that we has some snmp issue with the nexus 5000 were the snmp service crash on them so if the nexus 7000 have som snmp issues it will not be that big of a suprise, the sad thing is that they are in pretty most 24 hours use
thx for info i hope it helps:)