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Old 06-19-2017, 03:19 AM
Aubrey Aubrey is offline
 
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Default What is the mechanism of Auto Link in L3 Map

1. If two devices have multiple connections, how many link will display on the map when we click the Auto Link ?
2. what is the priority of those links (if the default/set AutoLinkWidth value is less than the actual ones) ?
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Old 06-19-2017, 04:18 AM
Sherry Sherry is offline
 
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Default Re: What is the mechanism of Auto Link in L3 Map

Hi,

1. If two devices have multiple connections, how many link will display on the map when we click the Auto Link ?
Answer: If there is at least one connection (direct connection or the connections via LAN / WAN items) between these two device, the “Auto Link” will display only 1 (one) link by default. In order to display all the connections, you are required to modify the configuration files as below :
a. Please open the file in your EE Client machine (not the ES server) - XX:\Program Files (x86)\NetBrain\Workstation Enterprise Edition\conf\graphics.ini
b. Add the following parameters (copy & paste these two lines) and save the file, you may want to modify the number based on your actual requirement.
[Preference]
AutoLinkWidth=5
c. Exit your EE workstation, and then re-login
d. Try to Auto link to verify

2. what is the priority of those links (if the default/set AutoLinkWidth value is less than the actual ones) ?
Answer: Firstly it will check the “direct connection”, then the connections via the LAN/WAN. If they only connected to each other via LAN/WAN (means no direct physical connection), then NetBrain will display the links based on the sequence of its neighbor list.
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