I would like to say a big thanks to all who gave us a feedback after NPM 10.6 RC1 announcement. We fixed small bugs reported by our customer base and NPM 10.6 RC2 is ready to be installed on your production systems.
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The NPM RC includes the new integration functionality just released in Virtualization Manager 6.0. If you own Virtualization Manager too, see how to turn on the integration.
I've just been doing some testing and it looks like RC2 at least is reporting the OID 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.1421 as a "Cisco ASA 5515" rather than a "Cisco ASA 5515-X" and 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.1409 is not being reported as a
"Cisco ASA 5545-X" at all. It looks like RC2 is reporting all our other "X" devices correctly
I'm glad to see that the availability reporting of group members in nested groups are also fixed. This is a big win for us as we make use of this for business availability reporting.
There is something I have noticed that isn't working though. Adding an individual node (a switch using SNMP) making use of Google Chrome. When I get to the resource selection step and I select "No Interface Statistics" it does not remove the interface selections. I have to manually unselect the interfaces.
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