- The output of
root@librenms:/opt/librenms# docker compose exec --user librenms librenms php validate.php =========================================== Component | Version --------- | ------- LibreNMS | 23.5.0 (2023-06-14T22:51:04-04:00) DB Schema | 2023_05_12_071412_devices_expand_timetaken_doubles (251) PHP | 8.1.20 Python | 3.10.12 Database | MariaDB 10.11.4-MariaDB-log RRDTool | 1.7.2 SNMP | 5.9.3 =========================================== [OK] Installed from the official Docker image; no Composer required [OK] Database connection successful [OK] Database Schema is current [OK] SQL Server meets minimum requirements [OK] lower_case_table_names is enabled [OK] MySQL engine is optimal [OK] Database and column collations are correct [OK] Database schema correct [OK] MySQl and PHP time match [OK] Active pollers found [OK] Dispatcher Service is enabled [OK] Locks are functional [OK] No python wrapper pollers found [OK] Redis is functional [WARN] IPv6 is disabled on your server, you will not be able to add IPv6 devices. [OK] rrd_dir is writable [OK] rrdtool version ok [WARN] Updates are managed through the official Docker image root@librenms:/opt/librenms#
When adding Mikrotik devices, I"m unable to see the L2 vlans. (Bridge > vlans)
The tab isn’t there at all in LibreNMS.
I added the community of concern as read / write and copied over the LNMS_vlans.scr file to the root folder of each Mikrotik. Still no vlans after re-discover, reboot, or re-adding the device.