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That works!

 

Thanks Aaron.

  • NickS answered 5 months ago
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Hello bitben,

Actually, they can be! When you open a data grid, you can right-click in the section just above the column headers and the pop-up menu should give you a few options for exporting, such as Excel, CSV, PDF, or HTML.

Hope that helps,

Aaron

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Hi Nick,

Yes, you can have multiple databases within bitB.  You can right-click within the Device List, select Settings, then Database Manager to choose which database to use.  Currently, this allows you to select between already created databases.  The functionality to create a new database from here will be released soon.

Hope this helps!

Thanks,

Ben

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Very Good

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Hi NickS,

This is actually pretty simple. From the physical, just right-click on a device, and on the menu that appears, click “MAC Address Table” and it will pop up a grid with all the MAC related info you need!

Hope that helps,

Aaron

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its just a demo ans …..

  • user answered 3 years ago
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Got it!

  • brad answered 3 years ago
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Yes. v1.0

  • user answered 3 years ago
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Hi Jim,

LocalSystem uses these commands.

IOS Devices

show version

show memory

show processes cpu

NX-OS

show version

show system resources

Can you send the output from that device?

Thank you!

Brad

  • brad answered 2 years ago
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Awesome! Thanks you Ben!

  • NickS answered 5 months ago
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The show memory command might be the problem. It went on and on, and I finally just killed it. I wonder if that is a virtual IOS version problem.

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Interesting. I am fairly certain it parses the output the same way. I will check by setting the term length myself first and paste the output here.

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So I set the term length to 10 and ran the command

America#terminal length 10
America#sho mem
Head Total(b) Used(b) Free(b) Lowest(b) Largest(b)
Processor E2AE880 297343872 67211324 230132548 224986920 224728748
I/O 8DAE880 89128960 74384624 14744336 14713088 14531452
Processor memory

I/O memory

Address Bytes Prev Next Ref PrevF NextF Alloc PC what
08DAE880 0000035296 00000000 08DB7290 000 0 0 03D26120 (coalesced)
08DB7290 0000000656 08DAE880 08DB7550 001 ——– ——– 03D26065 *Init*
08DB7550 0000000272 08DB7290 08DB7690 001 ——– ——– 0020F678 *Packet Data*
08DB7690 0000000272 08DB7550 08DB77D0 001 ——– ——– 0020F678 *Packet Data*

The interesting thing is that the first time I hit q it jumped to I/O memory so I had to hit q again. Not sure if that is what you expected to see.

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I forgot to say there are two known bugs in the code you have (bitB 0.61).

1) the SQL credentials are not synched between the installer and bitB. You have run into that problem already.

2) when the DB is created the first time the first device added to the DB is not added correctly. You need to clear the records and add it again.

Did you have any other devices added to the DB?

Did the ASA show up on the logical drawing?

The physical drawing will be blank unless you have two devices that are physically connected.

The logical drawing will show one or multiple devices depending on what devices are selected. Thank you for the feedback!

  • brad answered 2 years ago
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Are you saying that you had something like this: 

QOSTESTSW01#sh mem        
                Head    Total(b)     Used(b)     Free(b)   Lowest(b)  Largest(b)
Processor    1D13D8C    36870772    19255616    17615156    16309184    11132976
      I/O   80000000     8388608     3014508     5374100     5130780     5142344


 --More--

 

and you pressed q and that didn’t exit you out of the show mem command?

That could be the problem. I have not seen that.

Just a note also – just checked the code – we set the length to 10 because we previously set it to 0 – so you really don’t need to set it to 10 if you never set it to 0 – we are looking for –More– and once we see it we send the letter q which should exit the show memory command output.

  • brad answered 2 years ago
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At this point I think I have determined that as much as Cisco wants to claim VIRL is almost the same as the real thing, it is not. Too much quirkiness and since it isn’t something anyone would use in production, I am going to stop focusing on it with bitB and move on to using it with real equipment.

Thanks!

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Is there a bug specific to the index out of bounds error when trying to click on the physical topology with no devices in the database?

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The machine that I installed bitB on did not have an internet connection, so the installation process could never install SQL Server Express. Once I added internet access to the machine the installation process was able to successfully complete.

  • NickS answered 2 years ago
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Looks good

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