Can LMS 2.6 report on these?

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Jun 5th, 2007
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"How many total interfaces (physical and logical) are in the network? This would include all router, switch and firewall interfaces along with all vlans, subinterfaces, etc."

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jreekers Tue, 06/05/2007 - 15:30
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hmmmmm....I know you can get the number managed in DFM by issuing the following command:


#/opt/CSCOpx/objects/smarts/bin/sm_tpmgr --server=DFM --sizes


Does that help?


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Joe Clarke Tue, 06/05/2007 - 21:18
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Assuming all devices are managed by RME, you can create an Inventory Custom Report with the rule:


Interface:Type:equals:All


The will produce a report that lists all interfaces in the format "device interface type". For example:


nms-6506a VLAN 17 propVirtual


If this report is generated using cwcli (or exported from the GUI), you can count the lines of output to get a total number of interfaces.


Using RME is probably the most reliable way since it generally manages the bulk of devices in the network.



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