fusioninventory-netdiscovery man page

fusioninventory-netdiscovery ā€” Standalone network discovery

Synopsis

fusioninventory-netdiscovery [options] --first <address> --last <address>

  Options:
    --first <ADDRESS>      IP range first address
    --last <ADDRESS>       IP range last address
    --port <PORT[,PORT2]>  SNMP port (161)
    --protocol <PROT[,P2]> SNMP protocol/domain (udp/ipv4)
    --community <STRING>   SNMP community string (public)
    --credentials <STRING> SNMP credentials (version:1,community:public)
    --timeout <TIME        SNMP timeout, in seconds (1)
    --entity <ENTITY>      GLPI entity
    --threads <COUNT>      number of discovery threads (1)
    --control              output control messages
    --debug                debug output
    -h --help              print this message and exit
    --version              print the task version and exit

Description

fusioninventory-netdiscovery can be used to run a network discovery task without a GLPI server.

Options

--first ADDRESS

Set the first IP address of the network range to scan.

--last ADDRESS

Set the last IP address of the network range to scan.

--port PORT[,PORT2]

List of ports to try, defaults to: 161

Set it to 161,16100 to first try on default port and then on 16100.

--protocol PROTOCOL[,PROTOCOL2]

List of protocols to try, defaults to: udp/ipv4

Possible values are: udp/ipv4,udp/ipv6,tcp/ipv4,tcp/ipv6

--community STRING

Use given string as SNMP community (assume SNMPv1).

--credentials STRING

Use given string as SNMP credentials specification. This specification is a comma-separated list of key:value authentication parameters, such as:

  • version:2c,community:public
  • version:3,username:admin,authprotocol:sha,authpassword:s3cr3t
  • etc.
--timeout TIME

Set SNMP timeout, in seconds.

--entity ENTITY

Set GLPI entity.

--threads COUNT

Use given number of inventory threads.

--control

Output server-agent control messages, in addition to inventory result itself.

--debug

Turn the debug mode on. Multiple usage allowed, for additional verbosity.

Examples

Run a discovery against a network range, using SNMP version 1:

    $> fusioninventory-netdiscovery --first 192.168.0.1 --last 192.168.0.254 \
    --community public

Run a discovery against a network range, using multiple SNMP credentials:

    $> fusioninventory-netdiscovery --first 192.168.0.1 --last 192.168.0.254 \
    --credentials version:2c,community:public \
    --credentials version:3,username:admin,authprotocol:sha,authpassword:s3cr3t

Info

2018-06-29 perl v5.28.0 User Contributed Perl Documentation