Just my 2 cents here, but I think you would need an Orion instance per VRF.
Even if Orion could handle duplicates (I do not think it can) how would even the Server that it is runnnig know how to get to one VRF or another just from a routing and switching perspective.
Unless you have some kind of NAT going I do not think it is possble.
Yes it can, you can provide a poller for each VRF instance
Hi All, i'm a newbie on orion npm...
i need the same problem here in my company, but it confused for me how to make pooler like bshopp suggested...
anyone can describe it?
my company manage many vrf and we need to monitor it using orion...
You need a poller for each duplicate zone (a separate windows server) that can access the node by normal means (i.e. open command prompt, ping x.x.x.x).
All the pollers also need to be able to access the database server (how ever that is accomplished, but the server just needs to be able to get to the DB).
Each poller has the addition poller license assigned to it/set up.
When a node is added, it needs to be assigned to the poller that has access to that node by normal windows means.