I'm looking for a system to help my customers manage ADSL routers, SIP devices and other customer premises devices. I'm thinking that JFFNMS might be a good starting point.
From what I can tell, autodiscovery in JFFNMS means to autodiscover a port once you know the existance of the managed device. I need to discover the device (i.e fping -g xxx.xxx.xxx.0/24). ... then automatically configure the device thus discovered (tftp). I don't think JFFNMS does this. Did I miss this feature?
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We're working on a Network Autodiscovery System, the code is already included in JFFNMS but disabled, because we don't have a GUI yet.
The idea is to add all the hosts in a specified network to JFFNMS. Then you can do what ever you want with the data.
Cool. Need any help?
Nah, I'm working on 0.8.0 now, when I finish all the GUI stuff I may start with NAD (Network AutoDiscovery)