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Can the information in subnet based groups be put into a report?

Topology services>Topology Groups>Campus@>system defined groups>subnet based groups

This is a list of subnets. When the subnet is clicked, the devices using that subnet are listed.

Is there a way to generate a report of all subnets with the corresponding devices?

Is there some sort of database somewhere in Ciscoworks that could be accessed to do this?

We want to create a database of our subnets and where they are used.

Thanks

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Re: Can the information in subnet based groups be put into a rep

No, it simply means that an associated VLAN/VTP domain could not be found for that subnet. This can happen on, for example, loopback interfaces, or interfaces which are down, or not connected into managed switch ports.

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Re: Can the information in subnet based groups be put into a rep

These files are a big help.

Just a few questions. What does it mean when the VLAN and VTP are blank in the router database?

Does that mean there will be problems properly displaying some VTP clouds?

If so how do I get these fields populated?

Thanks

Cisco Employee

Re: Can the information in subnet based groups be put into a rep

No, it simply means that an associated VLAN/VTP domain could not be found for that subnet. This can happen on, for example, loopback interfaces, or interfaces which are down, or not connected into managed switch ports.

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