The following query will check the and report which Interfaces where created base on earliest detailed record reported. The 'daysback' variable will check a specific day minus today. ie; today - 1 = yesterday. Here is a Query sample output shows Node+interface (fullname) date-searching for & converted to an Int, and firstPolled date & time : fullname nodeid interfaceid searchdate searchdateG firstpolleddt firstpolled cur-3550 - FastEthernet0/2 · test 141 641 3/1/2018 43158 3/1/2018 11:31:33...
In response to https://tools.cisco.com/security/center/content/CiscoSecurityAdvisory/cisco-sa-20180129-asa1 Currently this report only shows ASA firewalls, but the query can be quickly modified to include Firepower appliances as outlined in the thread. Updated for latest Updates.
All Currently unmanaged devices + time period. States when, For how long, What time Remains, a Time/Date stamp (From-Until), and by what account. EXAMPLE: NODE: WHEN: FOR: REMAINS: FROM UNTIL ACCOUNT SolarWindsNode1 10 Days ago 21 Days 11 Days 9/6/2017 6:48:45 12:00:00 AM 9/27/20177 6:48:45 12:00:00 AM SolarWIndsUser1
I have posted this in some threads but never uploaded it for easy finding. This is a report to show your ghost and unknown interfaces so you can either update credentials to bring back to life or delete when the interface is old. -CharlesH Loop1 Systems: SolarWinds Training and Professional Services LinkedIN: Loop1 Systems Facebook: Loop1 Systems Twitter: @Loop1Systems
It is quite common to have devices populated in your SolarWinds installation that were monitored using SNMP or WMI, but due to some ACLs or firewall changes or maybe because of credentials changes, SolarWinds can’t poll any statistics from them anymore. What is the main problem with this? The issue here is that if SolarWinds can still ping the device but can’t get any statistics using those protocols, the SolarWinds web console will not display any issue with those devices - they will still be green...
'Node Rebooted' NPM Events History - Last 3 Months This report can help in seeing whether there is a trend of continuous reboot cycle on monitored 'non-ICMP-only' & 'non-External' nodes. This report looks into the Events table for entries of the 'Node Rebooted' event type. It will show you the Node Name, the time stamp when the node rebooted event was detected, and the message content of the entry in the NPM Events table. It is Ordered by:Node Name - Ascending then by Event Time - Ascending, and...
Have you ever worked in NPM? Have you ever deleted anything? Ever wonder if anyone else deleted anything? Here is the report for you! Its very simplistic but I couldn't find another existing one so I started here. This report is limited by your Polling Settings for your Auditing Trail Retention so the longer that is, the more history you'll have. YMMV.
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