IPM Internetwork Performance Monitor 4.0.1 ICMP jitter error

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Jun 13th, 2008
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Hello,


When I try to configure a default ICMP jitter report in IPM like this:


Description:

Collector Type: Historical


Configuration Details:

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Source Address : Catalyst6513-coreswitc ip


Target Address(es) : server.domain.local


Operation Name(s) : DefaultICMPJitter

Schedule Details:

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Start Date : 13 Jun 2008

End Date : Forever

Poller Settings:

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Polling Interval (mins) : 1

Polling Time : From 00:00:00 To 23:59:59

Days of Week Details : Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday.


The status message "Config F

ailed" apperears, and the collector is unable to run.


In the IPMProcess.log the error:


[ Fri Jun 13 10:52:55 CEST 2008 ],ERROR,[STL-testjitter_server.domain.local_DefaultICMPJitter],com.cisco.nm.ipmng.dal.SnmpDeviceAccess,setInDevice,747,bad value at index 1 For Object Name rttMonCtrlAdminRttType

[ Fri Jun 13 10:52:55 CEST 2008 ],ERROR,[STL-testjitter_server.domain.local_DefaultICMPJitter],com.cisco.nm.ipmng.collectormgr.state.ConfigureCollector,executeRequest,102,Unknown error when trying to configure the collector testjitter_server.domain.local_DefaultICMPJitter


What does this mean? can someone please help?


By the way rtr responder is configured at the source device.

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Joe Clarke Fri, 06/13/2008 - 10:30
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The rtr responder is required on the target device. The target device must be an IOS device running the rtr responder. Is this the case?

orsonjoon Tue, 06/17/2008 - 01:20
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According to my Ciscoworks training book "Implementing Ciscvoworks LMS Volume 2" should the rtr responder be required on the source router (IOS) and the target device could be Any ip host or Cisco IOS router.


The rtr responder is running and configured on the source router IOS.

Joe Clarke Tue, 06/17/2008 - 07:16
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The book is wrong, then. The responder is enabled on targets.

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