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Dotted lines in topology services

Hi,

I'm not sure what does a dotted line mean in topology services maps.

I'm looking in the docs and it says they are links "not in network" but I don't understand this concept... is it a trunk?

Thank you very much.

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Re: Dotted lines in topology services

yes, just right-click on the line and select 'delete'; you can run a new 'Data Collection' for one of the devices that had that link (right-click on the device) after the Data collection has finished and the link does not reappear it is finally gone . - if not, check the output of the command 'show cdp neigh'.

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Re: Dotted lines in topology services

Re: Dotted lines in topology services

generally speaking, a dotted line means that Campus cannot detect a link where it has detected one in a preceding Data Collection; eg an interconnection between 2 devices has been removed (cable unplugged)

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Re: Dotted lines in topology services

So I could delete this dotted line and it wouldn't appear again, isn't it?

Re: Dotted lines in topology services

yes, just right-click on the line and select 'delete'; you can run a new 'Data Collection' for one of the devices that had that link (right-click on the device) after the Data collection has finished and the link does not reappear it is finally gone . - if not, check the output of the command 'show cdp neigh'.

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