AutoSupports without an SMTP server in a secure environment
2019-04-09 01:36 AM
Im sure this has been done before.
We have an airgapped estate without an SMTP server.
Getting Autosupports is becoming a real pain historically in 7-Mode with CIFS enabled i could browse the .ETC folder to the required Autosupport and copy it down.
But in cluster mode that approach dosnt work (at least not on our current estate).
I can open the webpage where the AutoSupports are retained but only download the contents of the Auto Support 1 folder at a time. which is obviously very very slow....
Is there a way i can post \ move \ copy them to an IIS server locatation...?
Whichever way it is done must be secure, I have tried browsing to the AutoSupport directory using WinSCP but access is blocked.
Any help much appreaciated
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Re: AutoSupports without an SMTP server in a secure environment
2019-04-09 08:36 AM
The cleanest way would be to "restransmit" the AutoSupport you want (you need its sequence number) to a local .7z file - then using the SPI web interface (HTTPS) to copy it to a jump host.
Details are in KB 1029812: How to manually send AutoSupport messages to NetApp