LMS 3.0 - CRC-error job

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Nov 6th, 2007

Hi,

I would like to start a job regularly to get the number of recent CRC-errors on specific devices. Is there a way to do this? Just running NetShow with 'sh int counters errors' doesn't give me the appropriate output. Do I possibly have to use a custom script?

I'm using CW LMS 3.0 for Windows

Greets

Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 9 years 3 months ago

What you want to do will best be accomplished using the upcoming addition to LMS, Health and Utilization Monitor (HUM). HUM is best described as an MRTG-like plug-in for LMS which will allow you to create your own custom pollers then report on those pollers. A HUM demo will be included with LMS starting in December, but will be licensed separately.

In the meantime, CiscoView's Mini-RMON manager can show you CRC information for certain devices (mostly switches), but you cannot run periodic reports.

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Joe Clarke Tue, 11/06/2007 - 10:20

What you want to do will best be accomplished using the upcoming addition to LMS, Health and Utilization Monitor (HUM). HUM is best described as an MRTG-like plug-in for LMS which will allow you to create your own custom pollers then report on those pollers. A HUM demo will be included with LMS starting in December, but will be licensed separately.

In the meantime, CiscoView's Mini-RMON manager can show you CRC information for certain devices (mostly switches), but you cannot run periodic reports.

mohsin.khan@tel... Tue, 11/06/2007 - 21:05

i am runing a periodic network show report by running "sh int summary" which only gives me input and output packets dropped in queus. Just sharing with you if it helps..

Peter Fiers Wed, 11/07/2007 - 03:07

Hi,

thank you for the quick answer. My manager though wants an instant solution without any effort. Is there any function in CW to read out only the CRC-error counter on a couple of devices, on a regular basis or not, and to get the result exported in a file - without having to configure rmon?

Greets

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