Fist off, I have been an avid user of Ridgeline for years, currently running 3.1 (4.0 was a dud) and don't want to give it up except the antiquated version of Java it requires is an issue.
So I have installed NetSight and am using OneView and Console but trying to figure out why you would have 2 products do basically the same thing?
Issues I am finding:
OneView maps work and discover the links between switches where Console will not discover the links in the Topology Manager. It shows the switch as up but no link is ever created. OneView limits the nodes to 100 per map which stinks also.
OneView has no option for telnet when right clicking on the switch where Console has this function. Will OneView ever get this option?
OneView populates the VLAN tab where Console does not. When clicking on the green arrow it never brings the VLAN information in.
Console shows all devices by IP, not host or device name that is configured on the device where OneView has this option.
I can keep going on but I think you get the idea. Are there any plans on consolidating the platforms into one fully functioning application or are they meant to be separate for different functions?
Just trying to wrap my head around this!