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Tell us your "Unknown" devices!

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This thread had become too unwieldy at 78 pages in length, spanning across a decade, where most of the submissions had been implemented many years ago. I recently reviewed each and every posting in this thread, verified what had been implemented in-product, and which had not as yet been. I then logged any outstanding submissions which had not yet been implemented to case CORE-9799 where we are tracking them for inclusion in an upcoming release. With that done, it's time to lock this thread and start anew. This time, providing a bit more guidance along the way to ensure everyone is successful in providing the necessary information required to properly identify these devices.

If you would like to submit the SysObjectID for your device so that it's properly identified by Orion, then please head over to our newly start thread at the link below.

Tell Us Your Unkown Devices v2.0

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  • Juniper Netscreen Firewalls

    Telco Systems Switches

    Accedian EtherNIDs

    It'd be cool to be able to choose an icon for "unknown" devices, such as BSD or Linux machines.  Penguins and demon babies are always fun to see on a webpage. 

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  • Juniper Netscreen Firewalls

    Telco Systems Switches

    Accedian EtherNIDs

    It'd be cool to be able to choose an icon for "unknown" devices, such as BSD or Linux machines.  Penguins and demon babies are always fun to see on a webpage. 

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  • 1.3.6.1.4.1.7367

    Draytek Vigor 2800

    1.3.6.1.4.1.12622.1.1

    US Robotics Professional Access Point 

  • FormerMember
    0 FormerMember over 14 years ago in reply to bleearg13


    Juniper Netscreen Firewalls

    Telco Systems Switches

    Accedian EtherNIDs

    It'd be cool to be able to choose an icon for "unknown" devices, such as BSD or Linux machines.  Penguins and demon babies are always fun to see on a webpage. 

     

     

    Could you provide SysObjectIDs for the specific devices? 



  • Could you provide SysObjectIDs for the specific devices? 

     

    Durr...sorry!

    Juniper Netscreen 5GT / 1.3.6.1.4.1.3224.1.14 / Netscreen Technologies, Inc.
    Telco Systems T5C-24T / 1.3.6.1.4.1.738.1.5.100.1.1.7 / B.A.T.M. Advance Technologies
    Accedian EtherNID VE100 / 1.3.6.1.4.1.22420.1.1 / accedian, inc.

  • FormerMember
    0 FormerMember over 14 years ago in reply to bleearg13




    Could you provide SysObjectIDs for the specific devices? 

     

    Durr...sorry!

    Juniper Netscreen 5GT / 1.3.6.1.4.1.3224.1.14 / Netscreen Technologies, Inc.
    Telco Systems T5C-24T / 1.3.6.1.4.1.738.1.5.100.1.1.7 / B.A.T.M. Advance Technologies
    Accedian EtherNID VE100 / 1.3.6.1.4.1.22420.1.1 / accedian, inc.

     

     

    Thx!   

  • You can manually set your machine type and icon in the database if you are so inclined. I've even created some of my own .gif icons to use for certain objects.

    All you have to do is find an image you like and save it. Edit that image to be 16x16 and save it to your web server here:  C:\inetpub\SolarWinds\NetPerfMon\images\Vendors

    Once you have the icon you want, or one you have chosen from within that folder, all you have to do is run an update statement to make the changes.

    This update statement updates the type of device and then the icon to use for it.

    UPDATE Nodes

    SET MachineType='Temperature Sensor' WHERE NODEID='572'

    UPDATE Nodes

    SET VendorIcon='Temp.gif' WHERE NODEID='572'