3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 8, 2010 3:59 PM by Andy McBride

    Interfaces going into 'unmanaged' state???

    jwilling

      So...  lately we've started seeing interfaces changing to the 'unmanaged' state randomly, causing the loss of data and messages such as the following...

       

      2/5/2010 7:12 AM                                                       NetFlow Receiver Service [CENTMON-CDC] is receiving a NetFlow data stream from an unmanaged interface on ########. The NetFlow data stream will be discarded. Please follow the link ######## or use the Orion System Manager to add Interface '#17' in order to process this NetFlow data stream.
       2/5/2010 4:25 AM                                                       Scheduled shrink performed. DB size before shrink 26349.25MB, DB size after shrink 14105.1875MB, released space 12244.0625MB.
       2/5/2010 3:21 AM                                                       NetFlow Database Maintenance : Deleted 40000 expired endpoints in 1053.18 seconds.
       2/4/2010 5:55 PM                                                       NetFlow Receiver Service [CENTMON-CDC] is receiving a NetFlow data stream from an unmanaged interface on ########. The NetFlow data stream will be discarded. Please follow the link ######## or use the Orion System Manager to add Interface '#34' in order to process this NetFlow data stream.
       2/4/2010 8:55 AM                                                       NetFlow Receiver Service [CENTMON-CDC] is receiving a NetFlow data stream from an unmanaged device (##.###.###.##). The NetFlow data stream from ##.###.###.## will be discarded. Please use the Orion System Manager to add this IP Address in order to process this NetFlow data stream or just use this link Manage this device.

      These are all on devices that have been registered with the system, and most have been reporting for some time now.

      To add insult to aggravation, both "Automatic addition of NetFlow sources" and "Monitoring of flows from unmanaged interfaces" are enabled, so I would not expect the module to be discarding anything, but...

      Can anyone offer any insights on this?

      Thanks;

      -jim