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GUI / Re: Active Directory authentication
« Last post by Saguu on March 29, 2018, 10:58:39 AM »
Hello,

Here is my nedi.conf file:

# Authentication for GUI
guiauth      local
guiauth      ldap

# Set Ldapserver parameters
#      host         port   rootpw      basedn      rootdn   loginattr
;ldapsrv   ldaps://host.domain   636   PASSWORD   DC=XX,DC=YYY   USER   uid
;ldapsrv   ldap://domain.int   389   pass      ou=PROD,dc=domain,dc=int   cn=user,ou=account,ou=admin,ou=prod,dc=domain,dc=int   cn
ldapsrv   ldap://NameOfServer   389   MyPass   OU=XXX,OU=XX,OU=Country,DC=my,DC=domain,DC=dom   admin_xx      sAMAccountName

# Map attributes
#      adm   net   dsk   mon   mgr   oth   mail   phone
;ldapmap   cisco   cisco   cisco   support   manager   users   mail   telephoneNumber


I observed that if I indicate the complete DN of my rootdn, it does not work, I am obliged to indicate only the samaccountname of the rootdn.
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Discovery / Re: libcli.pm for Comware 7
« Last post by rickli on March 29, 2018, 10:10:35 AM »
When I was with HP, CW7 worked like CW5, so I didn't need to specify.

I've made a CLI tutorial on youtube to help find out what goes wrong. Essentially start the backup with -vdc and look at the resulting logfiles.

If you let me access a CW7 I'll look at it myself, just send me a mail...
93
Discovery / Re: nodes not populating interfaces
« Last post by rickli on March 29, 2018, 10:06:50 AM »
Ok, so is the neighbor discovered as device or not?
94
Discovery / Re: Why do some devices not track "last status change" of interfaces?
« Last post by rickli on March 29, 2018, 10:05:40 AM »
It's not in the .def and it's ifLastChange, which is read in realtime. Therefore the switch needs to be active and the uptime available or you get the the '-'.

The problem is, this value is reset upon reboot. That's why I've added the Ethernet port icon in the status line. It shows available ports based on persistent discovery information...
95
GUI / Re: Active Directory authentication
« Last post by harry on March 29, 2018, 02:15:28 AM »
HI Saguu,
Did you configure the LDAP auth in nedi.conf?

if yes
Could you post your config string here? so we can help further if we see any issue.

-Harry
96
GUI / Active Directory authentication
« Last post by Saguu on March 28, 2018, 06:15:43 PM »
Hello, I discover NeDi and it's really a great tool. Now, I have a topology of my network, a backup of my configurations and a complete inventory of my network equipment.

However, I would like to add LDAP authentication but it does not work, as for this post: https://forum.nedi.ch/index.php?topic=1499.msg5975#msg5975

I can create a user, but when I try to create a second one, I get this error message: Duplicate entry '' for key 'PRIMARY'.

I'm using NeDi on CentOS 7 and my domain controller is in Windows Server 2012R2


Thanks for your help !

Saguu
97
Discovery / Why do some devices not track "last status change" of interfaces?
« Last post by tristanbob on March 27, 2018, 01:35:09 AM »
We love being able to view a network device in Nedi and see how long each of the ports have been in their current state.   This lets us find ports that have been down for over a year so that we know that we can reuse these ports.  However, we are starting to find some models of switches do not have anything in this field, just a "-".

I assume this must be caused by a missing or wrong entry in the .DEF file.   Which one is it? 

Thanks!

Tristan
98
Discovery / Re: nodes not populating interfaces
« Last post by AndyConnock on March 26, 2018, 06:58:36 PM »
it's a radwin 2000 on both sides.  there really hasn't been any change to the nodes on either side of the wifi connection.  particularly on the port in question...  the radwin radio has been there for a couple years, and NeDi (up until just a couple weeks ago) *was* reporting the 7 or so nodes on that port.  now it shows none, even though doing a show mac-address table on that port does indeed show all the MAC addresses of the devices.

i just looked at my original question.  i said i don't have visibility on the port.  i should re-word that statement.  i still "see" the port, it's green in Nedi indicating that it's connected and i can still monitor realtime traffic.  and the devices on the other side of that wifi link are all visible and operating fine from a network point of view.  just that Nedi can't see them anymore.

appreciate you taking the time to answer.  if there's anything else i can add here (screencaps, etc) i'll gladly do so.

thanks!
99
GUI / Re: Nfdump, Nodes Traffic not shown on GUI (solved)
« Last post by nti on March 26, 2018, 01:56:07 PM »
Ha! - Sorry!!!  I have to wait > 30 minutes - and voila - there are the graphics....  :)
100
GUI / Nfdump, Nodes Traffic not shown on GUI (solved)
« Last post by nti on March 26, 2018, 01:53:11 PM »
Hi

I've installed nfdump as recommended. flowi.pl greps the data and it seems everything is OK. But the RRD graphs on "Nodes-Traffic" are empty and queries produces nothing. How can I get it out?

Nicola

./flowi.pl -v
RCFG:./flowi.pl path is relative
RRD :nfdump -M /usr/local/var/nfdump/MkGwLan:MkGwWlan -r nfcapd.201803261340 using packets
PROT:  58        142 pkt       8280 B
PROT:   1        890 pkt      74956 B
PROT:  50       1422 pkt     285244 B
PROT:  17     116507 pkt   39274547 B
PROT:   6     588099 pkt  398207325 B
PORT:  80      23098 pkt    2249880 B
PORT:3389      21417 pkt    1174819 B
PORT:  25         27 pkt       5677 B
PORT:  23         74 pkt       3824 B
PORT: 443     208604 pkt   25085496 B
PORT: 445        614 pkt      83210 B
PORT:  22        113 pkt       5887 B
PORT: 123        460 pkt      35212 B
PORT:  53       4993 pkt     383860 B
TRRD:./rrd/flow.rrd update OK
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