On Fri, 21 Mar 2014 15:44:38 +0000 "Martin.Jaburek@cah.cz" Martin.Jaburek@cah.cz wrote:
Finally the problem solved itself - I had to restart nav services, (Maybe it was due to previous problems with connectivity to carbon backend).
Yes, it could be. We haven't tested enough how our code handles a missing Graphite backend.
Now I have all the information needed from supported devices (3750 and 6504)
My ipdevpoll.log now only displays these errors:
2014-03-21 15:55:11,057 [WARNING plugins.typeoid.typeoid] [inventory xxx] Netbox has changed type from unknown to unknown (sysObjectID 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.875)
These aren't errors, they are warnings. They should probably be INFO level messages, though. These are just to assert that the device appears to have been replaced with another type of device; you will see this on the first run for all devices, since their type is, by definition, unknown before we query them.
These are also cisco so I expect that it should be only needed to insert some mapping to database?
The message says the new type is unknown, as the 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.875 sysObjectID was not previously registered in your database. ipdevpoll will have created a device type for 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.875, used the device's sysDescr value as a type description, and attached it to the 'unknown' vendor.
You can find the generated 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.875 type in the SeedDB "Type" tab. Change the vendor Cisco, and update the description and typename as you please.
I would be also interested to insert some Juniper and checkpoint firewalls (because of MAC/IP mapping) is it possible?
As long as they provide ARP and/or ND mappings in the IETF-standard IP-MIB, you should be fine (RFC 4293, alternately the obsoleted RFC 2011).