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Is there any restriction in the number fo subnets that can be added to the collector for scanning?
I have a doubt, we have SNTC running in a global environment and so far we used to add the devices using known IPs obtained from the inventories that we manage.
We have been requested to scan every single network in the company to make sure we are discovering every possible device in the network.
Right now, we have above 25,000 subnets in production around the globe (from different sizes) Is it feasible to load and scan all those subnets in the collector? Are there any kind of limitations in that aspect?
Re: Is there any restriction in the number fo subnets that can be added to the collector for scanning?
Yes as per my experience, we do /15 x2 , but do in scheduled based rather bulk, once data collected. its easy, but first time take long time to get all data, so its process to look all going well..so split the data in to number or schedules. or per content wise.
Hi guys. Our customer is trying to access its Smart Portal for the first time (services.cisco.com) in order to register a collector, but the page "jump" to another page (attached). He tried to use another browser without success. Do you have an idea ...
Does anyone know how long it takes to add a new administrator to the Cisco Services Access Management tool, so that this administrator can start using the SNTC portal? I am the Delegated Administrator and have added a colleague in the Cisco...
Smart Net Total Care Comprehensive View will be Removed
Due to changes in architecture, the ability to set report preferences to “comprehensive view” will no longer be available in the Smart Net Total Care portal after April 5, 2019.
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Announcing Cisco Services API Availability!
The Smart Net Total Care Services APIs are now available to all customers and partners. The Customer, Alerts, and Inventory APIs are now in our production environment for you to use.
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