3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 22, 2020 1:51 AM by Andrew Waters

    Discovery No Access = DNA

    Mary Ngwenya
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      How can I get a DNA report that does not include things that have already been found by Discovery?

       

      DNA is an in house term we have been using for discovered services that we have not been granted access to.

        • 1. Re: Discovery No Access = DNA
          Andrew Waters

          If Discovery reports NoAccess then it could be something you

          - used to have access to - do you really want to avoid reporting that?

          - never had access to in which case Discovery does not know if it belongs to something already scanned. I suppose you could check the IP associated with scanned things but just because a device thinks it owns the IP does not mean that is what is accessible externally.

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          • 2. Re: Discovery No Access = DNA
            Mary Ngwenya

            Thank you, I understand that part. I want the report to only show me the newly discovered DNA.

            • 3. Re: Discovery No Access = DNA
              Andrew Waters

              Again new can mean different things

              - scanned for the first time,

              - never been successfully scan, though in general you cannot determine this.

               

              For example you could do something like

              SEARCH DiscoveryAccess

              WHERE end_state = "NoAccess"

                AND _last_marker IS DEFINED

                AND NODECOUNT(TRAVERSE DiscoveryAccess:AccessFailure:InferredElement:) = 0

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