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Collecting Neighbor Data to Update the Topology

SUMMARY Use the discovery process to obtain neighbor data from a device by using SNMP and a command line interface (CLI). Neighbor data is used in the topology to draw the connection lines to display the graphical topology map of your network devices.

  1. Click the Admin tab.
  2. Click Apps, and in the Risk Manager pane, click Configuration Source Management.
  3. Click the Devices tab.
  4. Select the device that you want to obtain data for. To select multiple devices, hold down the CTRL key and select all necessary devices.
  5. Click Discover.
    Use the Discover option to select single or multiple devices and update the neighbor data for a device. This information is used to update the connection lines for one or many devices in the topology.
  6. Click Yes to continue.

If you select multiple devices, the discover process can take several minutes to complete. Select Run in Background to work on other tasks.