Click on the link and it doesn't work, but I assume it should.
3) How often does the critical events get polled out on email?
4) Does the firmware portion actually update the firmware? Tried on a AP541 and didn't seem to.
5) Is it supposed to find the phone vlan and phones? I have a 2821 and it doesn't really like it too much to find it, and it doesn't appreciate trying to get information. It does find the ESW-520 that I have.
>5) Is it supposed to find the phone vlan and phones? I have a 2821 and it doesn't really like it too much to find it
The OnPlus Network Agent can only DIRECTLY discover devices on the same VLAN it is on. On most networks, the Network Agent will be on the default data VLAN.
If your phones are on a different VLAN, the Network Agent won't be able to see their CDP, Bonjour, or other advertisements, because those are going out on different broadcast domains.
In these cases, the Network Agent needs to be able to query a supported device to get the additional information needed to discover these devices.
At this time I don't believe your 2821 is a supported device.
I believe that in the 6.5 release of OnPlus we will be adding a generic IOS driver that will provide inventory support for any IOS device. When that relese ships you should be able to assign that device type to your 2821 and get a more complete inventory.
In the current shipping release, it is possible that you might be able to get more information by configuring your 2821 to have an SNMP interface, and then assign it the device type of Generic SNMP Switch. This will get you some additional inventory information, but I am not sure how much. The Generic SNMP Switch driver queries the CAM table using QBRIDGE and BRIDGE, the address translation table, and the CDP neighbor table. If the 2821 has CDP neighbor information regarding the phones, and they are routable from the Network Agent, they may show up in your inventory this way.
If you entered the credentials after you designated the driver, you will have to go through the disable/enable cycle I described above.
If you go through the disable/enable cycle I described, and you wait five minutes and get the same invalid driver message, the final test is just to verify that SNMP is working. If you have net-SNMP installed, you can use the same query we use in the OnPlus network agent, something like this:
snmpwalk -v2c -c public address 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.1.1
Where address is the address of your router. If you get a response back from this that includes an ipaddress element with a valid value, the Network Agent should be able to talk to it the same way.
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