1 Reply Latest reply: Oct 17, 2012 10:51 AM by adaikkap RSS

Limiting OnCommand port usage

joycem NetApp Employee Novice
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I am running OnCommand in a secure environment. It appears OnCommand is trying to connect to various hosts on port 10000.  Is there any way to stop that? 

  • Re: Limiting OnCommand port usage
    adaikkap NetApp Employee Grand Marshal
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    Hi

    Yes there is way to turn OFF autodiscovery. Port 10000 is used by NDMP, so you will have to turn off this option in specific.

    [root@vmlnx ~]# dfbm options list discoverNdmp

    Option          Value

    --------------- ------------------------------

    discoverNdmp    Enabled

    [root@vmlnx~]#

     

    You can disable all auto discovery by setting the below autodiscover options appropriately.

    [root@vmlnx~]# dfm options list | grep -i discover

    discoverAgents                        Enabled

    discoverClusters                      Enabled

    discoverEnabled                       Enabled

    discoverHostInitEnabled               Enabled

    discoverHosts                         Enabled

    discoverInterval                      15 minutes

    discoverNetworks                      Disabled

    discoverSAN                           Enabled

    discoverTimeout                       5 seconds

    discoverVfilers                       Enabled

    networkDiscoveryLimit                 15

    [root@vmlnx~]#

     

    Regards

    adai

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