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Hi guys,

I noticed after I started mapping devices to users in network-map, the list of allocated DHCP leases shrank to only a dozen or so while there are actually 70+ devices on the network. Is there some kind of static mapping going on behind the scenes that the ethers list isn't being told about?
Wednesday, December 18 2013, 12:20 AM
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    Thursday, February 06 2014, 08:17 PM - #Permalink
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    HI Peter,

    After a reboot it works...Great! I had the problem also with the Administrators app.

    all fine and great!
    Thanks crazym
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    Thursday, February 06 2014, 04:52 PM - #Permalink
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    crazym wrote:
    Does Network Map works with Active Directory Connector? I see on my COS an error "LDAP is offline". There was nothing in the documentation, that it's not supported with the AD Connector.

    Yes, it will work with the Active Directory connector. What do you see on the "Account Manager" page in webconfig?
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    Tuesday, February 04 2014, 05:49 PM - #Permalink
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    Hi Peter,

    Does Network Map works with Active Directory Connector? I see on my COS an error "LDAP is offline". There was nothing in the documentation, that it's not supported with the AD Connector.

    Kind regards
    crazym
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    Monday, February 03 2014, 06:25 PM - #Permalink
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    I noticed after I started mapping devices to users in network-map, the list of allocated DHCP leases shrank to only a dozen or so while there are actually 70+ devices on the network. Is there some kind of static mapping going on behind the scenes that the ethers list isn't being told about?

    Right now, the Network Map app is not connected to the DHCP/Dnmasq system in any way. When all is said and done, the app provides a simple list of IP/MAC/Username mappings. The fact that the DHCP lease table shrank is unrelated to the mapping tool.

    Do you have any feedback on the plans/intention of network-map?

    There's a desire to integrate both DHCP and DNS into the Network Map workflow, but the requirements in a master/slave scenario complicate matters.
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    Wednesday, January 29 2014, 10:37 PM - #Permalink
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    Hey Peter,

    Do you have any feedback on the plans/intention of network-map?
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    Thursday, January 02 2014, 07:56 PM - #Permalink
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    Thanks,

    What is the desired function behind tracking all the IPs assigned to a MAC prior to the initial installation? I'm undecided if I should leave all the historic records or just start each map as a new assignment.

    Do you plan to integrate static ips here?

    Can this list be edited/imported/exported? I'm planning on doing a total refresh of the OS, and the current UI is a little tedious with not retaining steps. (EG, I'm on Page 4 on a sorted list, edit a map, save, previous list sorting/placement is lost)
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    Thursday, December 19 2013, 08:02 PM - #Permalink
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    I will investigate.
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