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Old 12-20-2012, 08:38 AM
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Default FAQ: There are unnumbered interfaces in my system and they are not connected though they are connected in the real network. How can I fix it?

NetBrain Workstation creates a list of the IP unnumbered interfaces while building the network model from the configuration files. By default, the IP unnumbered-configured interfaces are disconnected from each other.
To add a link between unnumbered interfaces:

a. Click the Manager icon in the Workspace view to open the Workspace manager window, click the IP unnumbered interface node to open the corresponding window.

b. Click Auto Connect button. The system will try connecting IP Unnumbered interfaces via CDP table.

c. Click Add button to manually connect two interfaces. Select a source device, source port, destination device, and destination port and Click the Connect button. The two interfaces are connected.
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