I have been tasked with creating a new NAV (3.9.1) install. All appears
to be fine until I compare it against the previous old (3.5.4) installation.
The majoirty of our switches are Cisco 3750's nearly all stacked, but
the new install doesn't seem to acknowledge this under 'IP Device Info'
where the 'Modules' field shows '0', but the 'switch port status' table
shows all interfaces spanning the stack.
On the old install the 'Modules' field has the correct number and the
'Switch port status' shows the right number of separate modules.
Looking under: 'Report-> Vendors -> Cisco' confirms that the new install
is receiving less SNMP OIDs per switch stack; typically 75. Where as the
old install is showing between 88-90 for the same stacks. Also in some
cases the new install is not showing any returns under #mod, #swp, #gwp
and #prefixes, where is does on the old install.
Both installs are running libsnmp1.4-java; the old 1.4-5, and the new
Would that account for the differences? What's the best way to test the
two installs side by side in an output based comparison?