add dell networking n switches as powerconnect #1517

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clinta commented Jul 22, 2015

Some Dell Powerconnects like the 8100's identify themselves as "Dell Networking N" switches.

@clinta clinta add dell networking n switches as powerconnect
laf commented Jul 22, 2015

Hi @clinta I recently added support for Dell Networking OS, is this actually a power connect as it might be worth moving the support to that file instead as the discovery is based on OS rather than hardware (yes we have lots of them based on hardware still :)

clinta commented Jul 22, 2015

@laf, I didn't know Dell Networking was supported. To be honest I'm not fluent on the nuances of Dell's networking line. My 8100 is being detected as a generic device right now. I assumed it is actually a powerconnect because of where it shows up on Dells website.

I'll see if I can find how you're detecting Dell Networking and see what the switch looks like if detected there.

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@clinta clinta Revert "add dell networking n switches as powerconnect"
This reverts commit 5df98a5.
@clinta clinta detect as dnos
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