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What is the purpose of "load_discovery_ranges" callback in snmpcollector probe

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Article ID: 200951

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DX Unified Infrastructure Management (Nimsoft / UIM)

Issue/Introduction

The purpose of "load_discovery_ranges" callback  is to initiate device discovery by setting up the specified IP address ranges.

Use the following json format
[ {
  "ip": "hostname | ipv6address | ipv4_octet_1.ipv4_octet_2.ipv4_octet_3.ipv4_octet_4 | range_start - range_end",
  "label": "label",
  "version": "snmpv1 | snmpv2c | snmpv3",
  "description": "description",
  "port": "port",
  "community": "community",
  "userName": "userName",
  "authType": "AUTH_PRIV | AUTH_NO_PRIV | NO_AUTH_NO_PRIV",
  "authProtocol": "MD5 | SHA",
  "authKey": "authKey",
  "privProtocol": "DES | 3-DES | AES-128 | AES-192 | AES-256 | AES-192-With3DESKeyExtension | AES-256-With3DESKeyExtension",
  "privKey": "privKey"
} ]

 

Eg: - 

[{
    "ip": "10.1.1.1-5",
    "label": "label",
    "description": "description",
    "version": "snmpv1",
    "port": "161",
    "community": "public"    
}]

Environment

Release : 9.0.2

Component : UIM - SNMPCOLLECTOR

Cause

looking for an explanation and example for "load_discovery_ranges" callback

Resolution

The purpose of "load_discovery_ranges" callback  is to initiate device discovery by setting up the specified IP address ranges.

Use the following json format
[ {
  "ip": "hostname | ipv6address | ipv4_octet_1.ipv4_octet_2.ipv4_octet_3.ipv4_octet_4 | range_start - range_end",
  "label": "label",
  "version": "snmpv1 | snmpv2c | snmpv3",
  "description": "description",
  "port": "port",
  "community": "community",
  "userName": "userName",
  "authType": "AUTH_PRIV | AUTH_NO_PRIV | NO_AUTH_NO_PRIV",
  "authProtocol": "MD5 | SHA",
  "authKey": "authKey",
  "privProtocol": "DES | 3-DES | AES-128 | AES-192 | AES-256 | AES-192-With3DESKeyExtension | AES-256-With3DESKeyExtension",
  "privKey": "privKey"
} ]

 

Eg: - 

[{
    "ip": "10.1.1.1-5",
    "label": "label",
    "description": "description",
    "version": "snmpv1",
    "port": "161",
    "community": "public"    
}]