Off the top of my head, I'd say the answer is no, that's not normal. However, there are a couple things to check.
NPM can only find interfaces on devices that are support the SNMP credentials you've entered. It could be a credentials issue. It could be that SNMP is not enabled on the device(Windows doesn't have SNMP enabled by default, for example). If we've discovered the nodes via ICMP or WMI, we won't be able to find any interfaces.
So first I'd check to make sure SNMP is working with the credentials you've specified(try manually adding a node). If SNMP is working as expected, open up a support case and we'll get you sorted out ASAP.
Case created, thanks.
Seems very odd, though, that a brand new installation found 0 interfaces from 99 nodes where at least 90% of them are snmp enabled.
Looking forward to discovering what the issue is.
Would you mind posting your ticket # here? Also, please keep us updated on this with any answers you receive from support.
Will do, thanks!
Turns out an GE SNMP card for one of our UPS'es caused the crash in the records when being polled by Orion.
When excluding it from the discovery list, the interfaces are listed fine.