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DFM fails to collect performance data with error"Can't connect to host (err=10061)"

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Applies to

  • OnCommand Core Unified Manager (DFM) 5.2.x
  • Data ONTAP 8 7-mode

Issue

DFM fails to collect performance data with error "Can't connect to host (err=10061)".

Example:

C:\Users\Administrator>dfm host diag 192.168.0.1

Network Connectivity
IP Address             192.168.0.1
Network                192.168.0.0/24 (last searched 25 三月 16:27)
DNS Aliases            Failed
DNS Addresses          Failed
SNMP Version in Use    SNMPv1
SNMPv1                 Passed (91 ms)
SNMP Community         public
SNMP sysName           FAS6240
SNMP sysObjectID       .1.3.6.1.4.1.789.2.3 (Clustered Filer)
SNMP productId         18xxxxxx
SNMPv3                 Passed (18 ms)
SNMPv3 Auth Protocol   MD5
SNMPv3 Privacy Enabled No
SNMPv3 Username        dfm
SNMP sysName           WNxxxxxx
SNMP sysObjectID       .1.3.6.1.4.1.789.2.3 (Clustered Filer)
SNMP productId         18xxxxxx
ICMP Echo              Passed (0 ms)
HTTP                   Passed (1004 ms)
NDMP (login not set)   Skipped
RSH                    Skipped (rshBinary is empty in global option)
SSH                    Passed (426 ms)
RLM                    Skipped (hostRLMAddress is empty)
XML (http port 80)     Can't connect to host (err=10061).

 

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