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RackTables FAQ

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First of all, support for modular devices is very limited. To deal with a "chassis" (not modular) switch, the most preferred way is through filing a Mantis ticket. The following information is absolutely necessary:

  • exact model/part number of the device (this could be one of "network switch models" records, or could be not)
  • for a device, which features SFP (GBIC, X2 etc) pluggable ports, tell, which of these pluggable ports are "combo" (IOW, alternate socket for a copper port under the same name) and which are standalone ports

If possible, add the following information:

  • manufacturer's markup of device's ports (this can be "21, 22, 23, 24", "21X, 22X, 23X, 24X" or even "21, 22, 23C, 23F, 24C, 24F")
  • dump of SNMP info (if for some reason it is a problem posting this to public Mantis, e-mail it):
snmpwalk -v 1 -c public switchname sysDescr.0
snmpwalk -v 1 -c public switchname sysObjectID.0
snmpwalk -v 1 -c public switchname ifTable

rack thumb images are broken

There are two common reasons for this:

  1. Misformatted local.php extension file. For images to work correctly, every PHP file of your RackTables, which begins with <?php tag, MUST NOT have a newline before the tag. Every PHP file of your RackTables, which ends with ?> tag, MUST NOT have a newline after the tag.
  2. GD library is not working (although it probably was at the time of installation). This can be confirmed by means of phpinfo() and fixed with the help of package manager of your server and RackTables README file.

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