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Old 06-14-2018, 03:27 PM
DFnetEngineer DFnetEngineer is offline
 
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Default How do I define a network behind a device managed by another party?

I need to be able to map out data as best as possible of networks that are known to lie beyond a specific interface or firewall.



Is it possible define these networks in Netbrain 7.0b, whether by ranges, subnet masks, or prefixes, as existing beyond known/discovered devices or interfaces?
The desire is to create A-B paths at least from the POP where we have access? Anything beyond would clearly be out of our control, however we would like to show Paths with route choices, ACL permit/deny actions, etc.

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Old 07-17-2018, 02:40 AM
NetBrainTAC NetBrainTAC is offline
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Default Re: How do I define a network behind a device managed by another party?

Hello,
NetBrain 7.0 only supports managing devices that in your control. If NetBrain can't access the device, NetBrain can't retrieve data from them. So any feature including path won't be available. If you have any further concerns, please submit a ticket to support@netbraintech.com, So we can discuss this issue better.

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