Why i cannot upload Service Assurance Agent Application Performance Monitor

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Nov 29th, 2006
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Cisco IOS Release 12.2(2)T.

the Cisco Service Assurance Agent (SAA) Application Performance Monitor(APM) feature as implemented in Cisco IOS Release 12.2(2)T.


Cisco 2600 Series Multiservice Platforms

Cisco 3600 Series Multiservice Platforms

Cisco MC3810 Multiservice Access Concentrators

Cisco 7200 Series Routers

Cisco 7500 Series Routers (rsp images)


Operation result:

Cisco26(config)#$y script ftp://85:85@192.168.0.66/D:/TFTPD32/iptv.scr

Cisco26(config)#

*Mar 4 06:19:19.469: SAA-APM: Error - <D:/TFTPD32/iptv.scr> invalid digest

Cisco26(config)#saa apm copy script ftp://85:85@192.168.0.66/iptv.scr.ann

Cisco26(config)#

*Mar 4 06:34:33.371: SAA-APM: Error - <iptv.scr.ann> invalid file header

Cisco26(config)#

Cisco26(config)#saa apm copy script ftp://85:85@192.168.0.66/iptv-rem.scr

Cisco26(config)#

*Mar 4 06:34:55.772: SAA-APM: Error - <iptv-rem.scr> invalid digest


Cisco26(config)#saa apm copy script ftp://85:85@192.168.0.66/iptv.cf

Cisco26(config)#

*Mar 4 06:39:26.011: SAA-APM: Error - <iptv.cf> invalid file header


Cisco26(config)#saa apm copy script ftp://85:85@192.168.0.66/udp.scr

Cisco26(config)#

*Mar 4 06:44:22.080: SAA-APM: Error - <udp.scr> invalid digest


#iptv-rem.scr(server)

#apm digest=06daae374e875cc5e44a1ef06cf04adc

#

# IPTV - Remote Script

# Copyright (c) 2001 by cisco Systems, Inc.

# All rights reserved.

#----------------------------------------

#iptv.scr(client)

#apm digest=3aabcc766ab814c77f2270de5e2e638e

#

# IPTV - Source Script

# Copyright (c) 2001 by cisco Systems, Inc.

# All rights reserved.


Analysis:

According to the ftp server log,the server transmits the file to the equipment,but the equipment deny.

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Erick Bergquist Wed, 11/29/2006 - 23:30
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I would check the files on the server to see if they are good and not corrupt, etc. And check the ftp/tftp server. Try downloading the files from another PC and see if they look the same as the server.


You can also try copying the files to the router flash as a test to see if they come down fine (copy ftp: flash:, then more flash:filename to view it).


The errors in your log are saying the file has invalid file header, invalid digest, etc so the device isn't liking the file being downloaded for some reason or another.



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