Has anyone else seen this?I am running a regex match against the word
Fortinet, the OID response to .220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.0 comes back with the
Description entered, which is against most of the SNMP standards I have
ever seen.I am running 6.0.9 on the har...
There is nothing in suggested Table that refer to it being a Fortigate,
Fortiswitch, FortiAP, Fortisandbox, etc... which takes discovery tools
off the table.There is reference to the NPU's.....So do we catalog this
as a "feature" or "bug"?
Testing on a device in my lab help show the consistency of other
manufacturers:.22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.0Cisco NX-OS(tm) n5000, Software
(n5000-uk9), Version 7.3(1)N1(1), RELEASE SOFTWARE Copyright (c)
2002-2012 by Cisco Systems, Inc. Device Manager Version
Some devices will cache the last know IP.In most cases this is a
function of the Operating System.For Windows you can test this by
running a ipconfig to see the current value, ipconfig /release to force
a stack reset, followed by ipconfig /renew, to ...
There are few clarifications required to start to answer your
question.Typically, if you are using 10.0.0.0/16 internally you would
introduce NAT at your edge to protect your self from routing issues, as
the one you describe.