First some background, I am working with UCMDB 9.03, installed previously, with 5+ probe servers around the environmnet.
Currently there are aproxamently 1500-1600 Servers being scanned.
1. If I need to see ports on an "Out of the box" UCMDB 9.03 installation, will this be available by utilizing the "IPServiceEndpoint" CI?
2. I am trying to pull a view of: Server to Server connections with IP address's. The issue I am seeing is when I attempt to pull this view, it also pulls back EVERY port that is being utilized to talk between these servers, and thus causing the view to fail.
For example: I am trying to just pull one large subnet for one location, say 192.1.x.x to all servers that are connected to that (With some filters added to take out some "Noise" that we don't want to see.) What I get back is around 700 Computer CI's, and then the dependecy shows over 279,000 instances, and 600 2nd level servers.
Is there a way I can limit or remove the Port information?
I have attached a screen shot showing what I mean.
I need this to only show the "Dependecy" links, not the ports. Please help!
1. yes, ootb you rely on your IpServiceEndPoints to show you client-server traffic between hosts.
2. I would add something to the attributes of the IpServiceEndPoints like networkPortNumber equal 80, maybe set one for the IpAddresses like Address "like 192.168.%". If it's too little you could play around with the NetworkPortNumber being smaller/greater than X and set intervals.