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mdiorio Rank: White Belt 44 posts since
Oct 1, 2008
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Oct 7, 2008 3:40 PM

Google Maps Network Line

The line that is supposed to be drawn between the two locations is not showing up when devices are on different subnets.

In our case, our two offices are connected via VPN on different subnets. 10.0.0.0 and 10.0.1.0.

It would be nice if you can pick two devices to test the link and have the line drawn based on those.

e.g. let me pick my 2 Cisco ASA's, 10.0.0.1 and 10.0.1.0
If the primary 10.0.0.1 can't access 10.0.1.0, flag the link as down.

If all my devices were on the same network, without selecting a linking partner, how is the line drawn? What device does Zenoss use to base its line on? Routers?

If I have multiple locations, how do I know which location is primary and which locations are slave?

I'm just kinda lost on the mapping function.
  • Matt Ray Rank: Zen Master 2,484 posts since
    Apr 5, 2008
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    1. Oct 7, 2008 4:23 PM (in response to mdiorio)
    Google Maps Network Line
    Was this working on your production installation? Please verify you
    have all the same settings and we'll try to figure why it stopped
    working in 2.3.

    Thanks,
    Matt Ray
    Zenoss Community Manager
    community.zenoss.com
    mray@zenoss.com



    On Oct 7, 2008, at 2:40 PM, mdiorio wrote:

     

     

    The line that is supposed to be drawn between the two locations is
    not showing up when devices are on different subnets.

    In our case, our two offices are connected via VPN on different
    subnets. 10.0.0.0 and 10.0.1.0.

    It would be nice if you can pick two devices to test the link and
    have the line drawn based on those.

    e.g. let me pick my 2 Cisco ASA's, 10.0.0.1 and 10.0.1.0
    If the primary 10.0.0.1 can't access 10.0.1.0, flag the link as down.

    If all my devices were on the same network, without selecting a
    linking partner, how is the line drawn? What device does Zenoss use
    to base its line on? Routers?

    If I have multiple locations, how do I know which location is
    primary and which locations are slave?

    I'm just kinda lost on the mapping function.







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  • pat2man Rank: White Belt 7 posts since
    May 15, 2008
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    2. Oct 15, 2008 10:06 PM (in response to Matt Ray)
    RE: Google Maps Network Line
    If you are requesting a new feature its listed for the 2.4 release. This would be very nice since the routers and firewalls out there never seem to publish these routes.
  • drtowery Newbie 2 posts since
    Dec 2, 2008
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    3. Dec 2, 2008 2:55 PM (in response to pat2man)
    RE: Google Maps Network Line
    where did you find the information that says this will be added in the 2.4 version?

    I'm having the same problem. I have several different subnets across my network and we've tried everything to try and get map links to draw with no success. Is there a link to the release notes for future versions?
  • drtowery Newbie 2 posts since
    Dec 2, 2008
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    4. Dec 4, 2008 5:46 PM (in response to drtowery)
    RE: Google Maps Network Line
    ^bump^ anyone know?

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