5 Replies Latest reply: Apr 23, 2012 4:50 AM by jiri.tomek RSS

Nodes missing in IP SLA

M V L

Hey Guys/girls,

 

I have this silly issue that when I try to add a node into IP SLA that it cannot be found. The strange thing is that they are in NPM but when I want to discover them automatically or search for them manually, they don't appear in the list of discovered nodes. I've checked the machines if they have IP SLA configured and checked also the SNMP credentials and they look all correct.

 

Does anybody have a tip, where I can dig a bit further, as I am quite new to Orion

 

Cheers,


Marc

 
  • Re: Nodes missing in IP SLA
    jiri.tomek

    Hello Marc,

    do you have SNMPv2c or SNMPv3 selected for those nodes? IPSLA doesn't support SNMPv1 for nodes.

    • Re: Nodes missing in IP SLA
      M V L

      Hey Jiri,

       

      SNMPv3 is configured on all the nodes.

       

      Thanks,


      Marc

      • Re: Nodes missing in IP SLA
        jiri.tomek

        If you go to IPSLA settings, click on "Automatically Discover IP SLA capable nodes" and run the discovery, what results do you get? There are usually some nodes added and some listed under "List of unsuccessful nodes". Do you have any nodes in this list? What is the error for these nodes?

        • Re: Nodes missing in IP SLA
          M V L

          Hey Jiri,

           

          There are nodes that are getting "unsuccessful nodes" as they are not configured for IP SLA (error is also "IP SLA not supported"). I've done the automatic discovery on friday, it found a couple of hosts that were missing before, but not the 3 that I am after. Also, in the "unsuccessful nodes" list, the nodes are not showing up.

          It looks like that they cannot be found by the IP SLA manager. I am just wondering (haven't done that yet) if it would make sense to remove the node from NPM and add it again ?

           

          Thanks !

           

          Marc