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Discovery / Re: Discovery and nedi.conf "useivl" parameter
« Last post by rickli on July 04, 2018, 04:28:38 PM »
This line means, it was found on an access port:
FWDC:001f2903c12d on Gi4/0/27   Vl500   1G-FD   1

So, in Nodes-List you should see that node connected on Gi4/0/27, right? grep the whole output for that MAC address, if not to see how far it comes...
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Discovery / Re: Discovery and nedi.conf "useivl" parameter
« Last post by moeb1980 on June 26, 2018, 06:00:32 PM »
Hello, sorry for the delay.
Here is the result with the verbose option.
Vlan 500 ->user vlan where the node is.
Vlan 505 ->transparent firewall vlan. The node talks to another node on than vlan so it appears in the mac address table on both vlan.

On the ARP table of the router there is only an ip for the vlan 500.

I kept all the verbose if you want more detail.

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CMDR:show mac address-table | e CPU|Switch|Router|/.*, result is OK
FWDC:001f2903c12d on Gi4/0/27   Vl500   1G-FD   1
FWDC:001f2903c12d on Po1        Vl505   2G--    1123    M
--------------------------------------------------------------------
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Discovery / Re: seedlist different community string
« Last post by Hannu Liljemark on June 21, 2018, 08:26:17 AM »
Hey,

nedi.pl accepts the following parameters:

-u file Use specified seedlist
-U file Use specified configuration

And as you know, you can specify community in seedlist for each device and you can set default community in the configuration.

Maybe those help you create the setup you need? Simply run nedi.pl from crontab with the parameters and seedfile/config you want.

Br,
Hannu
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Discovery / netfilter question
« Last post by nadzornet on June 18, 2018, 02:04:27 PM »
Hi.
In nedi.conf under # To avoid networks i have found this:

netfilter   .

Does this means that i do not avoid any network when discovering every hour?

thanks for help in advance.
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Discovery / seedlist different community string
« Last post by nadzornet on June 15, 2018, 12:37:43 PM »
Hello.

I have a question about seedlists and differnet communitys ?
Can i have like 2 seperate seedlists and a community string attached to a specific seedlist.
Like:

seedlist - with subnets, ips for first community string
seedlist1 - with different subnets, ips for second community string

Thx for the help in advance.
best regards
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Installation / Re: Public-key authentication with ssh
« Last post by Alimachina on June 13, 2018, 05:09:47 PM »
Thanks Rickli  ;)

Dunno why I never thought to click on this padlock before... :-[
I saw it's also available in the shell with "nedi.pl -Z my_password_here pw".
I had to "reset CLI  access" for my previous already discovered devices, and now it works like a charm !
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Discovery / Re: Discovery and nedi.conf "useivl" parameter
« Last post by rickli on June 13, 2018, 12:15:08 AM »
ARP entries are matched to MAC no matter the Vlan. Try nedi.pl -v and look for lines beginning with FWD. If you see an M or D at the end of the line, it means the MAC was found on an uplink. Therefore it won't be added as node. Do you see lines without M or D?
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Installation / Re: Public-key authentication with ssh
« Last post by rickli on June 13, 2018, 12:10:02 AM »
Use System-Files to edit nedi.conf. Click the padlock to open the "encryption popup". Enter clear PW and copy result back in nedi.conf:
usrsec    admin 41326464

You can increase security by changing the secret in the function XORpass() in libmisc.pm, but don't forget it after the next update...
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Discovery / Re: Discovery and nedi.conf "useivl" parameter
« Last post by moeb1980 on June 11, 2018, 02:46:36 PM »
Hello, the nodes does not appear where it is connected on the switch. It does not appear at all. The IP and the mac appears in the table nodarp though. Here is what I thing happen in the discovery:
Let's say the user vlan is 500 and the transparent firewall vlan is 505.
1- Nedi scans the router and get the arp table. Only for the vlan 505 there is an IP.
2- Nedi scans the user switch and discover the node on the interface (The mac address).
3- Nedi gets the mac address table on the user switch. and the mac address appear twice. the first time for the vlan 500 and the second time for the vlan 505.
4- Because the first time Nedi matches the mac address for the vlan 500 and there is no arp for the vlan 500 (only for 505) Nedi does not create the node in the table.

I will take a look for the static link.
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Installation / Re: Public-key authentication with ssh
« Last post by Alimachina on June 11, 2018, 10:33:49 AM »
Can you give me more details about the encryption part plz ?
I looked in the help page and in "The NeDi Guide" but with no luck.
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