Both DFM and Oncommand Systemmanager are installed on a W2003 Server. The Server is located in a different network as the storage appliances. With Oncommand Systemmanager I can administrate the filer, with DFM I get no connection. (SNMP timeout). What is the diffence in communication.
I was wondering do you mean DFM in its current version as OnCommand Unified Manager core package,( what a mouthful) ie 5.1. This does use SNMP to discover controllers, but you do need to setup credentials to connect to controllers.
If you are having a problem connecting to controllers got to the edit controller settings page.
do you know how to remove all the old entries from database. if I delete a controller caxsrv4 and than I add the same name again, it show me former entries (FAS3050, Version 7.2) but now we had replaced the controller and we have FAS3240 Version 8.1. But Operationsmanager show me always the old entries.
Re: Why don't Oncommand DFM communicate with filer whereas Oncommand Systemmanager do