We have released a new version of plugin FusionInventory for GLPI 9.4: 9.4+2.0 (major release) & some days after 9.4+2.1 (bugfix release).
This release introduce many great features and we are happy to present them in this news.
The inventory number found on the BIOS of computers (if defined of course) pass now into import rules. With this feature, you can, for example, find / match the right computer with this criterium to update it.
It’s possible to auto-generate the inventory number in two cases:
The generation of inventory number can be done for these type of devices :
You can configure it in the menu General configuration of the plugin FusionInventory.
For the syntax, check this link
The Teamviewer ID got by the agent is displayed on the main tab of the computer form, in the part named Remote management.
The link generated is like https://start.teamviewer.com/YOURID and you can directly click on it to open the connection to the computer.
This big and great feature, that we wanted to add since many years, is the components management from network equipments.
This feature is composed in 2 parts.
The first part is the code in the Agent added in version 2.4.3 and earlier (so 2.5.x version too) to get and put components in the schema (XML) used to communicate with the server.
The second part is the code in the plugin FusionInventory to manage them.
The components are the physical elements can be plugged / unplugged in network equipments like:
You will inventory the main element (IP of the stack, Wifi controler, the Enclosure main IP…) like in the previous versions of agent / plugin FusionInventory.
Once agent has done the inventory, it send data to the server (plugin FusionInventory).
The plugin will get all components, pass them into the import rules and if rule match, create / update into GLPI. Each component are independant.
For example, in the case of 3 switches stacked, you will have into GLPI 3 switches instead of 1 in previous versions.
We add an option could be enabled when people starts to see duplicated monitors with serial numbers partially different of the monitor added manually with the full serial number.
We needed add this option because the serial number is not complete in the EDID information of some monitors.
The vlan tagged or untagged is now imported by the plugin FusionInventory.
Some code has been added too in the agent, to works nicely and will be available in the next agent release, the 2.5.2 (we don’t have the release date for the moment).
In some printers, like ZEBRA printers, you don’t manage number of pages but the length of the paper roll printed.
Add mapping fields for printer consummable.
You can check the list on the pull request
All devices found on a network equipment (mac address, little more information with CDP/LLDP) pass now into import rules to manage import, update or deny import.
The install / update of the plugin add 8 new rules in the begin list, so before the rule Computer constraint (name).
These new rules are:
If you have troubles, you can reinitialize the list, be careful in case you had modified / add rules for special cases of your devices.
The tab Import information has been added in another types than standard Computer, NetworkEquipment like Monitor, peripheral, phone…
In the tab import information, we have added the criteria passed into the rule that has matched, in the goal to enhance / modify your rules if needed.
You can download the version here:
Don’t forget to read the documentation for install / update the plugin.