I'm currently setting up path insight and it's licensed and has discovered devices during the setup wizard. I can see about 15 devices that were discovered with SNMP in the configuration tool under the devices tab. These were all discovered yesterday. When I go to the web interface and browse to any of the Path Insight fields all I received is a header with an empty gray box as seen below:
When I create a report and have it e-mailed to me It contains interface information from the various switches, but reports utilizaiton and error rates at 0% across the board. It did populate the correct port descriptions for each interface here so SNMP is working. Aggregate utilization is also flat-lined. Any thoughts or recommendations?
Without knowing what was configured during Path Insight install, and just based on the screen capture in the post, it looks like the Path Insight url was not added to the Prognosis core web.config?
Do you see a 'Network' link, this would be at the top, next to Reports?
If the web.config entries have not already been added, here are the steps to do so:
- Open the PathInsight application, copy the url, yours will be similar but with your servername "http;//jasons1.ir.local:8084"
- Navigate to ..\Prognosis\WebUI\IIS
- Open Web.config file and under <configuration><appSettings> add these two entries, just enter them at the bottom of the list:
<add key="PathInsightUrl" value="http://jasons1.ir.local:8084/" />
<add key="EnablePathInsight" value="true" />
- Save the file and open the Prognosis WebUI, you should see a 'Network' link at the top, click this and you should have PathInsight integrated into WebUI. Here is Online Help topic with additional information on this topic:
Hope that answered your question, however let me know if you need further assistance,
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