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SRM: Enable an EMC Isilon array

Updated: 11/1/16

Overview

The article contains information on enabling the EMC Isilon array so that it can be monitored by SRM.

EMC Isilon arrays communicate with SRM using SNMP and REST APIs.

For more information, please consult the documentation supplied with your array, or visit the EMC Isilon support site at https://www.dellemc.com/en-us/storage/isilon/index.htm  (© 2019 Dell Inc., available at https://www.netapp.com, obtained on January 2, 2019).

 

Environment

  • SRM 6.2+

Credentials required to add the array 

Ensure you have the following:

  • IP address or hostname for the array
  • SNMP version. The default is v2c

If you are using v2c, you will need the following:

  • The array SNMP community string. By default this is public
  • SNMP port name. The default is 161

If you are using v3, you will need the following:

  • Array SNMP user name. The default is general
  • Array SNMP Context. The default is password
  • Array Authentication Method and password/Key, if used
  • Privacy Encryption Method and password/key, if used
  • API user name.
  • API password.
  • Protocol. The default is HTTPS
  • API port. The default is 8080

API credentials are required for polling latency information on pools/vDisks.

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