5 Replies Latest reply: Mar 7, 2012 12:15 PM by jswan
My experience with this has usually been that an "unknown state" means one of two things:
- The Windows SNMP service is messed up and needs to be restarted.
- The SNMP OID of the NIC has changed for some reason. If this is the case you will probably see a new unmonitored NIC in "List Resources". You should then monitor the new NIC and delete the old one from NPM in the "Manage Nodes" page for the node.