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Upgrading PowerShell Toolkit to 9.10.1 broke my scripts.

Sanaman
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Hi,

Script was running fine on previous PSTK version so no firewall issues. Today I tested a simple line it can't connect to the cluster in version 9.10.1.


PS C:\Users\sanamn\Scripts> Connect-NcController  <Filer FQDN>
Connect-NcController : Invalid URI: The hostname could not be parsed.
At line:1 char:1
+ Connect-NcController <Filer FQDN>
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+ CategoryInfo : InvalidResult: (Filer FQDN:NcController) [Connect-NcController], UriFormatException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : HttpConnectionFailed,DataONTAP.C.PowerShell.SDK.ConnectNcController

 

My OnTap version is 9.9.1p6. Windows 10 enterprise running Powershell version 5.1

 

Thanks

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mbeattie
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Hi,

 

I upgraded the PSTK to 9.10.1.2111 and tested it against an ONTAP 9.8 cluster. PowerShell version: 5.1.19041.1320 on Windows 10. No issues connecting to the cluster via FQDN or IP Address using:

 

Connect-NcController -Name <cluster> -HTTPS -Credential (Get-Credential -Credential <user>)

 

Do you get the same error connecting to the cluster from all systems?

 

/Matt

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TIKMS
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I get the same Error with NetApp.ONTAP 9.10.1.2111.
However, this only happens with NcControllers that return both an IPv4 and an IPv6 address during an nslookup. Maybe Connect-NcController of this Version cannot handle domain name lookups that return more than one ip-address.

saharsh
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Hi,

 

Form 9.10.1.2111 the powershell toolkit uses REST API. Please let me know in which commands you are facing failures, also you can drop us mail on ng-ontap-pstk-queries for any query related to NetApp.Ontap.PowerShell.Toolkit

 

Sanaman
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It's ok. Upgraded my PSTK to 9.13.1.2306 and all good now

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