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C6000-MSFC2

We have a C6MSFC2-PSV-M. In LMS 2.6, it displays as a C6000-MSFC2 as an attached device to some of our routers on our WAN. The WAN routers are connected as serial interfaces. Is there a way to get Topology Services Views to show it as a single device that the WAN routers are connected to instead of seperate devices that appear to be physically attached in the same icon?

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Cisco Employee

Re: C6000-MSFC2

Upgrade to Campus Manager 4.0.11 and Common Services 3.0.6. Then reinitialize your ANI database. Finally, run a new Campus Data Collection. That should clear this problem up.

To reinitialize the ANI database, run the following command:

NMSROOT/bin/perl NMSROOT/bin/dbRestoreOrig.pl dsn=ani dmprefix=ANI

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Cisco Employee

Re: C6000-MSFC2

Please post a screenshot illustrating what you're seeing.

New Member

Re: C6000-MSFC2

The C6000 listing displays with some of the WAN sites as if they were part of that device. The C6000 should show as a central device that multiple WAN sites connect to like a central hub.

Cisco Employee

Re: C6000-MSFC2

This could be some corruption in the Campus Manager data. What is the exact version of Campus Manager being used?

New Member

Re: C6000-MSFC2

Our Campus Manager is version 4.0.6

Cisco Employee

Re: C6000-MSFC2

Upgrade to Campus Manager 4.0.11 and Common Services 3.0.6. Then reinitialize your ANI database. Finally, run a new Campus Data Collection. That should clear this problem up.

To reinitialize the ANI database, run the following command:

NMSROOT/bin/perl NMSROOT/bin/dbRestoreOrig.pl dsn=ani dmprefix=ANI

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