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Cisco 1900 Switch Archive.

I have 1900/1924 switches in my Network and its OID is 1.3.6.4.1.9.5.18 and the switch Device pakege in RME is not available, can any one help me out how can i take the archive of these devices.

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Re: Cisco 1900 Switch Archive.

RME and CM 4.0.2 have support for the 1912, 1924, and 2820 devices.

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Re: Cisco 1900 Switch Archive.

Yes campus manager 4.0 has the Support for the device and it is showing it green but how can i take the archive configuration of the 1900 and 1924 Device.

New Member

Re: Cisco 1900 Switch Archive.

4.04 has support for the 1924 but it seems only as from 9.00.07 software release according to supported devices.

I have successfully pulled archives with 9.00.06 software.

I was really supprised that with the upgrade to 4.0 (3) RME,suddenly support for these switches changed. With RME 3.0 I was able to archive.

Hope this will help.

Bas Kokken

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Re: Cisco 1900 Switch Archive.

Somewhat more detail:

a 1900c with 9.00.06 Enterprise software lets me archive.

A 1924a with standard software does not let me archive.

It complains about the telnet login when doing check credentials

Anyone know how to enter credentials for a 1924A switch in Ciscoworks CS 3.03 / RME 4.04

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Re: Cisco 1900 Switch Archive.

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Re: Cisco 1900 Switch Archive.

Thanks,

I could not find this in the RME 4.0 link but. There is another note on the web about a migration / upgrade planner. This document states, as you mentioned, that RME only supports the commandline capable 1900 Enterprise switches

I believe the supported devices document for RME 4.04 is not too clear: only by looking at the OID, you can find out it is the enterprise 1900 that is intended in this document.

Regards,

Bas Kokken

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