Ethernet Fabric (VDX, CNA)

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Occasional Contributor
Posts: 6
Registered: ‎11-03-2010

BNA Problem to Discover VDX 6740 in a Logical Chassis Mode

Hey folks,

 

can anyone help me to solve this Problem ? When i try to discover my VDX Pricipal Switch in the BNA it shows me this strange Error ;(

 

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10.124.29.1 product type sysObjectID returns null value.

 

if SNMP v3 view is configured, make sure sysObjectID is not excluded

 

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My SNMP Config:

 

Core-ID-1(config)# do show running-config snmp-server

snmp-server contact "Field Support."

snmp-server location HRZ

snmp-server sys-descr "Brocade VDX Switch."

snmp-server enable trap

snmp-server community mycom groupname admin

snmp-server group admin v2c read admin write admin

 

 

New Contributor
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎02-22-2011

Re: BNA Problem to Discover VDX 6740 in a Logical Chassis Mode

Try to add:

snmp-server view all 1.3.6.1.2.1.1 included

 

 

Contributor
Posts: 47
Registered: ‎08-03-2015

Re: BNA Problem to Discover VDX 6740 in a Logical Chassis Mode

To add VCS fabric in Brocade Network advisor

 

you need to add the device WWN and IP address to a file named "DeviceWWNToIPMap.txt" which is stored at below location.

 

C:\Program Files\Network Advisor 12.4.2\conf\discovery\ip

 

Follow the procedure:

 

1. open the file  DeviceWWNToIPMap.txt

2. add the WWN and IP address of all the switches in the VCS Fabric like in the format shown below.

3. Save the file

4. restart the BNA application.

5. Discover the VCS fabric using IP address.

 

 

For example:

 

# DeviceWWNToIPMap.txt
# In-Band Management IP address should be mapped to Device WWN.
#
# The format consists of two columns per line, separated by white space.
# Each column consists of Device WWN followed by whilte space and followed by In-band IP address
#
# A sample entry:
# 10:00:00:05:33:51:62:42 172.26.20.10
#
# Changes to this file do not require restarting the management server.


10:00:50:EB:1A:74:0C:E1 10.105.105.1
10:00:50:EB:1A:74:09:9C 10.105.105.2

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