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Find Connected Ports feature in NCM

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Created by Bill Corgey, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

This article discusses the Find Connected Ports feature in NCM to track devices connected to an environment.

Environment

NCM 6.1 and later

Detail

This feature shows devices connected to a network when the following are satisfied:

  • The node is monitored by NPM
  • The switch the device is connected to is monitored by NPM
  • The interfaces on the switch are monitored by NPM
  • There is a scheduled discovery running as the last data presented will only be as current as the last discovery

For more information, refer to Leveraging NCM's "Find Connected Port for End Host" feature on Thwack.

 

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