Where can I find the UTlite install package? I have LMS 4.2.
My user tracking is only running and discovering 3 devices. All of my devices are in CiscoWorks, but for some reason, User Tracking only reports mac-addresses on 3 devices. I don't currently have UTLite installed on any PCs, so I don't expect to see any usernames, but I should see mac-addresses and Ips right? Is there a log file I can look at to determine why it is only looking at 3 devices? I have a total of 62 devices in CiscoWorks. General setup of the network is two 4507Rs as a "core" with 3750 stacks or 4506s which are both running at layer 2. My remote sites are just a 2801 connected via our MPLS connected to a 3750. The three devices that are showing in User Tracking, one is a router at a remote site, and the other two are at my main site. A 2801, a 2950, and a 3750. Everything else seems to work fine, CW pulls configs, collects inventory, etc. Thanks.
Here's the contents of the S:\Program Files\CSCOpx\log\ut.log
messages will remian logged to file: S:/PROGRA~1/CSCOpx/log\ut.log
2009/12/21 23:00:05 main MESSAGE ProcessInitializer: Properties will be read from S:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx\campus\etc\cwsi\ut.properties
2009/12/21 23:00:12 main MESSAGE DBConnection: Created new Database connection [hashCode = 24585668]
PartialOrderNode tree dump: time base = VMPSMajor
SMFunction evaluation order: time base = VMPSMajor
Time base VMPSMajor has 6 major nodes and 3 minor traversals.
log4j:ERROR No appenders could be found for category (CTM.common).
log4j:ERROR Please initialize the log4j system properly.
In classlist loader
In classlist loader processing sub classes
In classlist loader completed
2009/12/21 23:00:25 main MESSAGE DBConnection: Created new Database connection [hashCode = 4736426]
Subnet to SubnetData Map Size :92
2009/12/21 23:01:41 DBConnecton-Reaper MESSAGE DBConnection: Closed Database connection [hashCode = 4736426]
2009/12/21 23:01:41 DBConnecton-Reaper MESSAGE DBConnection: Closed Database connection [hashCode = 24585668]
2009/12/21 23:02:00 main MESSAGE DCRDevWrapper: Closing DCRProxy
2009/12/21 23:19:32 EvalTask-vmpsadmin-08 WARNING VmpsAdminSMFGetIpXlateTable: snmp error encounteredcom.cisco.nm.lib.snmp.futureapi.SnmpReqTimeoutException: SnmpRequestTimeout on 192.168.59.1 while performing SnmpWalk(*) at index = -1
2009/12/21 23:23:02 EvalTask-vmpsadmin-08 WARNING VmpsAdminSMFGetIpv6XlateTable: snmp error encounteredcom.cisco.nm.lib.snmp.futureapi.SnmpReqTimeoutException: SnmpRequestTimeout on 192.168.59.1 while performing SnmpWalk(*) at index = -1
2009/12/21 23:23:04 main MESSAGE VmpsAdminSMFPushPortConfigDetails: Time taken to insert batch number 1 Seconds.
2009/12/21 23:23:04 main MESSAGE VmpsAdminSMFPushPortConfigDetails: Time taken to update all records :::: 0 Seconds.
2009/12/21 23:23:04 main MESSAGE VmpsAdminSMFPushPortConfigDetails: Time taken for the entire process:::: 0 Seconds.
2009/12/21 23:23:04 main MESSAGE VmpsAdminSMFPushPortConfigDetails: Time taken to update neighbor attribute : 2 seconds.
2009/12/21 23:23:04 main MESSAGE DBConnection: Created new Database connection [hashCode = 14591848]
Rogue MAC properties loaded from file: S:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx\campus\etc\cwsi\MACDetection.properties
EnableRogueMAC property value: false
RogueMAC Notification Email-ID:
EnableNewMAC property value: false
UnQualifiedMAC property value: false
That's the problem. With SNMPv3, you must configure access to SNMPv3 vlan contexts in order for UT to get end hosts. Unfortunately, this version of code does not support this. You must upgrade to 12.2(25)SG1 code or higher to get this support. When you do that, you will see the "show snmp context" command. For each of the vlan-X contexts, you must configure:
snmp-server group gfcu v3 auth context vlan-X read myview
Then UT will be able to poll the switch for end hosts.