Cisco MDS 9148 | Fabric Manager 5.01a | Two switches show on my map, but I only have one switch...

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Apr 7th, 2011
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Hello there,


I have two Cisco MDS 9148 and I am managing them with Fabric Manager. These switches are not connected to each other.


PROBLEM: When I open one of the fabric, Map on the fabric manager is showing two switches, and I noticed that VSAN WWN of vsan 1(default), is showing on the switch tab when i select the Fabric. As i tried to figure it out the problem, I did some "debug snmp trace" and I found an event, which is not shown in the other MDS Switch(which is working properly).


SNMP Event is shown below:



2011 Apr  6 12:37:38.046498 snmpd:  snmp_target_is_allowed_for_vrf: checking for filter criterion[10.10.0.131/2162/0:]

2011 Apr  6 12:37:38.046542 snmpd: Number of filters set:0

2011 Apr  6 12:37:38.046579 snmpd: --snmp_target_vrf_resolv_context_id:Request for 10.10.0.131/2162/0 

2011 Apr  6 12:37:38.046662 snmpd: Not found VRF config for target: 10.10.0.131/2162/0

2011 Apr  6 12:37:38.046703 snmpd: l3vm_get_context_id for management returned 0

2011 Apr  6 12:37:38.046741 snmpd: fill_notif_tgt_usm_info : Bad VRF Id resolved for Target: 10.10.0.131/2162/0. Platform does not support context or returned invalid one



I would appreciate your opinion, in order to resolve this issue, which also could help others.


Regards,

Betim

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dakester Sun, 04/10/2011 - 09:02
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Hi Betim,

2162 is an SNMP trap port, so I don't think it's related to the issue.

Are you seeing a switch for each VSAN?

Regards,

David

Betim Pallaska Tue, 04/12/2011 - 01:05
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Hi dakester,


You are right, Fabric manager shows a switch for each vsan created on the Fabric, also for the deafult vsan 1.


I have the same switch 9148 and that one works perfect.


find attached screens from Fabric Manager.



Thanks for your assistance,


Betim

Dinjamin1 Sat, 04/16/2011 - 05:56
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Hi,


Just wondering if this got resolved?

(have a similar issue)


thanks

Betim Pallaska Sun, 04/17/2011 - 01:16
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Hi,


No, we couldn't fix it still. Anyway, I found out that when i create a community public, switch responds much faster.


I have restored system and kickstart from another same switch that works without any problem, but the problem stands still. Even I upgraded the OS problem exist.


I would appreciate your assistance if you fix your switch.


Regards,

Betim

dakester Wed, 04/27/2011 - 05:48
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Hi Betim,

I may have identified the Fabric Manger Bug.

What is the switch WWN?

'show wwn switch'


Regards,

David

Betim Pallaska Thu, 04/28/2011 - 00:32
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Hi Dakester,


Here are the information for the switch.



Switch: Cisco MDS 9148


MAC Addresses   : 64-00-f1-2e-d2-90

Part Number     : 73-11862-05


Thanks for your help.


Regards,

Betim

dakester Fri, 04/29/2011 - 07:02
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This will be fixed it in the next releases of Fabric Manager 5.2,  5.0,  and 4.2



CSCtk13722    Enhance handling new OUI added to FM WwnDictionary


The user can add the new OUI in the FM server.properties file.


Regards,

David

Vu Phan Wed, 05/25/2011 - 17:03
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The MDS9148 with new OUI 64-00-f1 will requires Cisco Fabric Manager Release 5.04D and later. The new OUI was not updated on the older releases

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