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Using CSM for Network Management

I'm thinking about using the probefacility in CSM to probe almost all servers, including normally notloadbalanced servers, because then I have the possibility to send users to a sorryserver when something is wrong. Questin: How many probes can I run against how many servers. Which IPX-CPU i used for probes? Ihave standard probes and TCL-probes.

Regards

Mats

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Cisco Employee

Re: Using CSM for Network Management

no IPX are used for probes. It's the PPC [main CPU] that handles them.

You can have quite a huge amount of probes.

But it depends on what type of probes and the frequency.

Do a 'sho mod csm X tech probe' and you should see the limitations at the top.

Regards,

Gilles.

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Re: Using CSM for Network Management

Thanks for information.

When I did the command I saw statistics. How do I know which probe belongs to which statistics?

Below is a extract from information.

This suspect has connected unsuccessfully 838 times

This suspect has tried to connect 59761 times

This suspect has succeded 0 times

This suspect has received 0 replies

This suspect has connected unsuccessfully 847 times

This suspect has tried to connect 200923 times

This suspect has succeded 200810 times

This suspect has received 200834 replies

Regard

Mats

Cisco Employee

Re: Using CSM for Network Management

you need to type the command

'sho mod csm X probe real' and you'll get the information that you need.

Thanks for your rating.

Gilles.

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