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To have a easy way to know which targets in scope were unreachable during the discovery
In our environment we usually run discoveries on big scopes. It could happen that some targets included in the scope were unreachable through ping. We are looking for a simple way to have a list of scoped targets, for each of them having the simple information if during the discovery it was possible to ping it or not.
After involving TADDM support on this request, we were informed that there is not any simple way for that. The information about ping failures is only traced in ping sensor log files, but anyway it is not possible to explore them in a simple way, considering that most discoveries include anchors and the ping logs are present both on TADDM DS and on any single anchor (eventually chained).
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