08-20-2008, 10:49 AM
Okay, that helps a bit, thanks.
Per feature request in this UBB forum, only pure eth NICs are shown, everything else is excluded. Hence you will not see any bridge NICs. If you want to have that reversed, we would need to consider this for the next maintenance release after ASG V7.3.
All interfaces of type eth which are contained in the file /etc/sysmond.ph on the respective device/appliance will be shown in the ACC after a short convergence period. If those interfaces are deactivated or deleted again, there is an issue that they are not removed from the /etc/sysmond.ph file during runtime. This will be fixed in a future maintenance release of ASG V7.3.
As we depend on the contents of /etc/sysmond.ph for the monitoring of interfaces we cannot display any other information here. Additionally, it would not make sense to monitor interfaces you are not using. Hence, the monitoring only shows configured interfaces.
Regarding bridge interfaces - I do not know whether the underlying eth interfaces are still included in the symond.ph file. If they are included, they should be reported and appear in the ACC. Additionally, your external PPPoE nic should show up, if it is included in the sysmond.ph file as underlying eth interface. Maybe I can ask you to send us the /etc/active_interfaces and /etc/sysmond.ph file from both devices in question (again?).
Thanks again for your excellent support and your patience.
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Last edited by megaposer; 08-20-2008 at 11:48 AM.