Perhaps this is more of a develpment\capability request, but in case someone knows of a workaround:
We have an Ontap 9.1 FAS sitting in a DMZ all by itself, and we'd like to monitor it with OCUM 7.2. Firewall rules have been implemented to allow necessary ports, but it looks like OCUM wants the actual IP. When I enter the NAT address and credentials over 443, it "sees" the cluster and resolves the cluster name, and asks me to import the certificate, but then gives the following error:
10.x.x.x is not a cluster management IP address. You must use one of the following cluster management IP addresses: 192.x.x.x
So this isn't an issue of communication failure. OCUM resolves the cluster name and is able to tell me the real cluster IP, but won't let me add it using the NAT.