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Discovering Devices in your Network

SUMMARY Administrators use Discover Devices to determine the type of device. During a device discovery, any device that is not supported but responds to SNMP is added with the Generic SNMP adapter. If you want to perform a path filter through the device with simulated routes, you must manually remove the device.

Configuration Source Management will no longer work after the end of 2020, when browsers discontinue support for Adobe Flash. You can configure credentials, protocols, and schedules in the Configuration monitor on JSA 7.4.1, patch 1 and later. For more information about this change, see Juniper Secure Analytics Risk Manager: Adobe Flash End of Life and Changes to Configuration Source Management (CSM).

  1. Click the Admin tab.
  2. Click Apps.
  3. In the Risk Manager pane, click Configuration Source Management.
  4. Configure the SNMP protocol, and add the IP address or CIDR range of the devices that you want to discover.
    1. On the navigation menu, click Protocols.
    2. From the Network Groups pane, click the (+) symbol.
    3. Type a name for the network group, and click OK.
    4. In the Add address (IP CIDR Wildcard or Range) field, type the IP address or CIDR range.
    5. Click (+) to add the IP address or CIDR range.
    6. Select the SNMP protocol, and click OK.
  5. On the navigation menu, click Discover Devices.
  6. Type an IP address or CIDR range.

    This IP address or CIDR range indicates the location of devices you want to discover.

  7. Click the Add (+) icon.
  8. If you want to also search for devices in the network from the defined IP address or CIDR range, select the Crawl the network from the addresses defined above checkbox.
  9. Click Run.