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Registered: ‎11-29-2016

Brocade network advisor  remove registered switch trap recipient

hi 


how can i remove a an old registered SNMP Trap recipient from Network Advisor ? 

these old switch is down and i always receive log like this :


Registering Server **filtered**.x.x.x.x as SNMP trap recipient to the switch **filtered**.x.x.x failed .Reason : Connection timeout 


any help to remove from database this trap recipient ?



Thanks you 


Marc

Brocade Moderator
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Registered: ‎04-27-2009

Re: Brocade network advisor  remove registered switch trap recipient

Hi,

 

It sounds like the switch is still beeing in the discovery in BNA, so BNA tries to communicate with it.

 

Try to delete it in the Discovery, or unmonitor it.

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New Contributor
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Registered: ‎11-29-2016

Re: Brocade network advisor  remove registered switch trap recipient

i ve already delete from discovery
but it seems that some definition stay in database
how can i check content of discovery/monitor database ?

Thanks

Marc
Brocade Moderator
Posts: 49
Registered: ‎04-27-2009

Re: Brocade network advisor  remove registered switch trap recipient

okay that sounds unusual.

 

Usually you just have to look in the the Fabric Discovery Menue. It should show you every instance BNA communicates with.

 

When you say the switch is down, you mean it's powered off, right? So no ethernet and no fabric connectivity?

Have you tried:

 

a) Rediscover the fabric where it has been previously connected.

b) Restart BNA Services

 

What is the BNA version you are using?

 

TL

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