IPM 4.2.0 - Target and Source Addresses are 0.0.0.0

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May 1st, 2010
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Hi,


I'm having a problem with IPM.

We are running LMS 3.2 with IPM  4.2.0.


I  used IPM to configure a device to perform a ping to an ad-hoc target. However, it shows that the target and the source addresses are 0.0.0.0.

The  target device is an ad-hoc with an ip-address but the IP SLA job ends  up as 0.0.0.0.

When I'm running 'show ip sla statistics' it shows  that the ping are timed out (as they are being sent to 0.0.0.0 instead  of the real IP address).

Can you please advise what is wrong or how can I fix this issue?


Here is more  information from the device:


#show version
     Cisco IOS Software, C3550  Software (C3550-IPSERVICESK9-M), Version 12.2(46)SE, RELEASE SOFTWARE  (fc2)

#show  ip sla configuration  154366
IP SLAs, Infrastructure Engine-II.

Entry   number: 154366
Owner: ipm|unix107776a44
Tag: 35PROB_AMIT
Type   of operation to perform: echo
Target address: 0.0.0.0
Source   address: 0.0.0.0
Request size (ARR data portion): 64
Operation   timeout (milliseconds): 5000
Type Of Service parameters: 0x0
Verify   data: No
Vrf Name:
Schedule:
    Operation frequency  (seconds): 60
    Next Scheduled Start Time: Start Time already  passed
    Group Scheduled : FALSE
    Randomly Scheduled :  FALSE
    Life (seconds): Forever
    Entry Ageout  (seconds): 3600
    Recurring (Starting Everyday): FALSE
      Status of entry (SNMP RowStatus): Active
Threshold (milliseconds):  4000
Distribution Statistics:

    Number of  statistic hours kept: 2
    Number of statistic distribution  buckets kept: 1
    Statistic distribution interval  (milliseconds): 20

History Statistics:
    Number of  history Lives kept: 0
    Number of history Buckets kept: 15
      History Filter Type: None
Enhanced History:

#show  running-config | inc 154366
ip sla 154366
ip  sla schedule 154366 life forever start-time now ageout 3600
ip sla  reaction-configuration 154366 react timeout threshold-type immediate  action-type trapOnly
ip sla reaction-configuration 154366 react  rtt threshold-value 4000 3000 threshold-type consecutive 2 action-type  trapOnly

Thanks

Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 6 years 12 months ago

If all the device will be doing is acting as an IP SLA source, you want the latest code.  Go with one of the IPSERVICES images.  The choice of crypto and web-based device manager are yours.  They will not affect IP SLA.

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Nael Mohammad Sun, 05/02/2010 - 00:38
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1. Post a screen shot from IPM ---> Collector Mgmt ---> Collectors here.


If both source and target are 0.0.0.0, there seems to be a mis-configuration and in which case needs to be reconfigured. 


2. Stop the collector if its active, then delete it.

3. Create a new collector with a new target and source.

greenamit Sun, 05/02/2010 - 01:34
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Hi,


I attached a screenshot of the collector. However, the problem is not on the IPM server. On the server everything looks right.

The problem is on the device. This is where the 0.0.0.0 addresses appear and the ping fails.


Amit

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Joe Clarke Sun, 05/02/2010 - 10:19
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I believe this is due to CSCsy37122 which can manifest itself differently in different platforms.  The 0.0.0.0 symptom always appears, but the target/source location can be different.  It is fixed for 3K switches in 12.2(52)SE and 12.2(50)SE3.

greenamit Sun, 05/02/2010 - 10:39
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Hi Joe,


Which of the following will be sufficient for IP SLA functionality?

This device is doing nothing apart from being an IPM probe.


IP BASE W/O CRYPTO
c3550-ipbase-mz.122-52.SE.bin
Release  Date: 01/Oct/2009
Size: 7573.31  KB  (7755065 bytes)
Minimum Memory:                                                                   DRAM:64                                                                  MB                                                               Flash:16                                                                  MB

IPCheck.x?defAdv=N&sftAdv=N&filename=c3550-ipbase-tar.122-52.SE.tar&advUrl=null&defInd=N&mdfid=275935150&sftType=IOS+Software&optPlat=&relVer=12.2.52-SE&md5=3c7652ac23ccdf21866b6d7a0bd9297e&relmdfid=282504484&modifmdfid=275935150&imname=&hybrid=&modelName=Cisco+Catalyst+3550+24+DC+SMI+Switch&fsd=IP+BASE+W%2FO+CRYPTO+WITH+WEB+BASED+DEV+MGR&wc=N&hasfsd=N&imageGuId=B4E0F2B76DAE38FF90391FBF841058B7EFD24BB6

IP BASE W/O CRYPTO WITH  WEB BASED DEV MGR
c3550-ipbase-tar.122-52.SE.tar
Release  Date: 01/Oct/2009
Size: 9510.00  KB  (9738240 bytes)
Minimum Memory:                                                                   DRAM:64                                                                  MB                                                               Flash:16                                                                  MB

IPCheck.x?isk=Y&defAdv=N&sftAdv=N&filename=c3550-ipbasek9-mz.122-52.SE.bin&advUrl=null&defInd=N&mdfid=275935150&sftType=IOS+Software&optPlat=&relVer=12.2.52-SE&md5=0718e6b7df5dfbdcd5c4a6ae75083ac4&relmdfid=282504484&modifmdfid=275935150&imname=&hybrid=&modelName=Cisco+Catalyst+3550+24+DC+SMI+Switch&fsd=IP+BASE&wc=N&hasfsd=Y&imageGuId=CE456AAD1FBF2766159BE4298D8340D4DAFD28DE

IP BASE
c3550-ipbasek9-mz.122-52.SE.bin
Release  Date: 01/Oct/2009
Size: 8476.90  KB  (8680337 bytes)
Minimum Memory:                                                                   DRAM:64                                                                  MB                                                               Flash:16                                                                  MB

IPCheck.x?isk=Y&defAdv=N&sftAdv=N&filename=c3550-ipbasek9-tar.122-52.SE.tar&advUrl=null&defInd=N&mdfid=275935150&sftType=IOS+Software&optPlat=&relVer=12.2.52-SE&md5=d9a7a0e0d0b22ff83fe86300d25cd688&relmdfid=282504484&modifmdfid=275935150&imname=&hybrid=&modelName=Cisco+Catalyst+3550+24+DC+SMI+Switch&fsd=IP+BASE+WITH+WEB+BASED+DEV+MGR&wc=N&hasfsd=N&imageGuId=EF1CEE74AA2B80E3B59C1A6D46514022DCB023F3

IP BASE WITH WEB BASED  DEV MGR
c3550-ipbasek9-tar.122-52.SE.tar
Release  Date: 01/Oct/2009
Size: 10410.00  KB  (10659840 bytes)
Minimum Memory:                                                                   DRAM:64                                                                  MB                                                               Flash:16                                                                  MB

IPCheck.x?defAdv=N&sftAdv=N&filename=c3550-ipservices-mz.122-52.SE.bin&advUrl=null&defInd=N&mdfid=275935150&sftType=IOS+Software&optPlat=&relVer=12.2.52-SE&md5=292daca4968965f80b5608b5f2ffc0f1&relmdfid=282504484&modifmdfid=275935150&imname=&hybrid=&modelName=Cisco+Catalyst+3550+24+DC+SMI+Switch&fsd=IP+SERVICES+W%2FO+CRYPTO&wc=N&hasfsd=Y&imageGuId=A2A42D4357FAC6D459B0183B1ED41DEDD6DA1BB0

IP SERVICES W/O CRYPTO
c3550-ipservices-mz.122-52.SE.bin
Release  Date: 01/Oct/2009
Size: 9183.92  KB  (9404330 bytes)
Minimum Memory:                                                                   DRAM:64                                                                  MB                                                               Flash:16                                                                  MB

IPCheck.x?defAdv=N&sftAdv=N&filename=c3550-ipservices-tar.122-52.SE.tar&advUrl=null&defInd=N&mdfid=275935150&sftType=IOS+Software&optPlat=&relVer=12.2.52-SE&md5=be83d7d861ae63eda592b552228286c3&relmdfid=282504484&modifmdfid=275935150&imname=&hybrid=&modelName=Cisco+Catalyst+3550+24+DC+SMI+Switch&fsd=IP+SERVICES+W%2FO+CRYPTO+WITH+WEB+BASED+DEV+MGR&wc=N&hasfsd=N&imageGuId=23FB5A8E41B6D0A02A17B0C906C3D5B8E7760DC0

IP SERVICES W/O CRYPTO  WITH WEB BASED DEV MGR
c3550-ipservices-tar.122-52.SE.tar
Release  Date: 01/Oct/2009
Size: 11120.00  KB  (11386880 bytes)
Minimum Memory:                                                                   DRAM:64                                                                  MB                                                               Flash:16                                                                  MB

IPCheck.x?isk=Y&defAdv=N&sftAdv=N&filename=c3550-ipservicesk9-mz.122-52.SE.bin&advUrl=null&defInd=N&mdfid=275935150&sftType=IOS+Software&optPlat=&relVer=12.2.52-SE&md5=383d142e5559a1ebfa7570fe8a8ece38&relmdfid=282504484&modifmdfid=275935150&imname=&hybrid=&modelName=Cisco+Catalyst+3550+24+DC+SMI+Switch&fsd=IP+SERVICES&wc=N&hasfsd=Y&imageGuId=B48852877FCBB5A0577BA385C634EC52CF939637

IP SERVICES
c3550-ipservicesk9-mz.122-52.SE.bin
Release  Date: 01/Oct/2009
Size: 10785.05  KB  (11043881 bytes)
Minimum Memory:                                                                   DRAM:64                                                                  MB                                                               Flash:16                                                                  MB

IPCheck.x?isk=Y&defAdv=N&sftAdv=N&filename=c3550-ipservicesk9-tar.122-52.SE.tar&advUrl=null&defInd=N&mdfid=275935150&sftType=IOS+Software&optPlat=&relVer=12.2.52-SE&md5=407921364eadde4e5be731925c77eb6a&relmdfid=282504484&modifmdfid=275935150&imname=&hybrid=&modelName=Cisco+Catalyst+3550+24+DC+SMI+Switch&fsd=IP+SERVICES+WITH+WEB+BASED+DEV+MGR&wc=N&hasfsd=N&imageGuId=BF8589C77C89046795FE754E45F9D3B5E6ADA762

IP SERVICES WITH WEB  BASED DEV MGR
c3550-ipservicesk9-tar.122-52.SE.tar
Release  Date: 01/Oct/2009
Size: 12720.00  KB  (13025280 bytes)
Minimum Memory:                                                                   DRAM:64                                                                  MB                                                               Flash:16                                                                  MB


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Joe Clarke Sun, 05/02/2010 - 10:52
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If all the device will be doing is acting as an IP SLA source, you want the latest code.  Go with one of the IPSERVICES images.  The choice of crypto and web-based device manager are yours.  They will not affect IP SLA.

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