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Installation / Installing NeDi on Mountain Lion
« on: August 27, 2012, 03:48:12 PM »
Hi there,

anybody out there who already installed NeDi on a MAC running Mountain Lion?
I'm running Nedi 1.0.6 on Mac OS 10.6.8. But now I wan't to move to a new MacPro.
I don't wan't to copy all the old stuff to the new machine but want a fresh install of NeDi 1.07.
So any help welcome

Greetings from Germany


Discovery / How to disable "Backup Config" for special Devices
« on: September 13, 2011, 11:15:20 AM »
Hi there,

I'm testing nedi 1.0.6 at the moment and one of the new features is, that nedi is able to get some information from (VM-Ware) ESX hosts. That quite nice, but I don't want nedi to login an get the Config of these servers.
In the nedi events I can see:
Config backup error: no working user

every time I run my nedi.pl discovery.
So anybody out there who knows how to exclude these "devices" from the "backup config" stuff?
(or can even explain why nedi wan't to get the config if it already knows that there is no login avail)

Greetings from sunny Germany


Discovery / Re: NeDi 1.0.4
« on: April 15, 2009, 02:05:25 PM »
Just a little Question...

I've just updated to 1.0.4 but now my discovery takes much longer than before.
It take up to 2 between seeing the IP address in the log if if set -v and the appearing of the dns name for this device. If I do a nslookup on the nedi machine I get the name instantly resolved.
Anyone knows what's going on between displaying the ip and displaying the name?
Any debug possibility?
Or is it only the first time?



I found the reason but this seems to be a little BUG  :o
I have 4 different readonly communities in my nedi.conf  file.
And as told by Remo # Snmp read communities (most frequent ones first).
they are in the correct order. But I rechecked with the -d option and found, that nedi seems to order these communities another way (not even alphabetic). So I temporarily commented out the one making trouble and now discovery speed is back.

So Remo it seems to be your turn now ;-)

Discovery / Anyone got any Cisco ASA to work with nedi
« on: April 07, 2009, 09:34:18 AM »
Hi there,

I got a few ASAs and wanted the get the arp table out of this boxes.
It is not posible via snmp so the only way I see is via cli.
In 2007 there was a little discussion about it but no solution yet

The nedi cli stuff will not work on my ASAs.
I've defined them as
OS      IOS-fw
but I only get a red bulb in the cli line of Devices-Status.php
and port 23 is displayed even nedi  should connect via ssh not telnet.
(or do I have to configure something special to get ssh to work)

This is the way if I do it manually:

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jbmpb:~ jb$ ssh <username>@asawzosued01
vpnbvrou@asawzosued01's password: <enablepassword>
Type help or '?' for a list of available commands.
asawzosued01> en
Password: <enablepassword>
asawzosued01# sh arp
        outside xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 0012.ef20.aa03
        inside 0021.5acb.d042
        inside 0022.640c.0842

I also tried to put the following line into /opt/local/share/nedi/inc/libcli-netssh.pl
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$cmd{'IOS-fw'}{'macd'} = 'sh arp';

But until ssh won't work this also will not work I think ;-)

So any help welcome

Greetings from Germany


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