Now I am evaluating Open-Audit to collect inventories from Cisco Catalyst 2960G.And I would like to know what inventories must be collected by OA2.0.8 from that Cisco device when OA2.0.8 have done right way to audit and discoveries by SNMP.
So I am cheking "snmp_helper.php", "snmp_9_helper.php" file from the following directory.
Is this good way to know? or Does anyone know better way to know?
Hi Mark san
Thank you for screen shot.
Can I see "Hardware" and "Setting" column on left hand side?
I only have "Module" and "Network",,, in "Hardware" column.
so I have to check PHP code (snmp_helper.php) what inventories must be collected by OA from Catalyst 2960G. I understand it depends on which model in cisco, but I need to know about details which our catalyst 2960G shown right way. That means I am concerned about omission of displaying about inventories.
You can see "Settings" in Enterprise/Pro. The only entry there is Nmap ports. If you click on Discovery Log on the left side you will see which SNMP commands are run against the device.
Open-AudIT has the essential Cisco inventory information and if you want detailed inventory information from Cisco devices you might like to look at NMIS, it is a very powerful fault and performance management system but many customers use it to collect detailed inventory from SNMP based devices, including Cisco.
I'm not 100% sure what you mean, but here's a screenshot of a Cisco Catalyst 3750 that has been discovered.
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