Cisco Prime Infrastructure - Wrong CLI Credentials
I have a strange problem with my Cisco Prime. I try to add a device (Cisco Catalyst 4510R) to Cisco Prime. I get everytime the message "Wrong CLI Credentials". I test it many times and the credentials are correct. Now I checked the device self and found following in the debuging from the switch. I try it also on a other device (Cisco Nexus 5596up) but there it works, without problems.
---snip--- Aug 29 08:13:29.431 UTC: T+: svc:LOGIN user_len:0 port_len:4 (0x4) raddr_len:14 (0xE) data_len:0 Aug 29 08:13:29.431 UTC: T+: user: Aug 29 08:13:29.431 UTC: T+: port: tty2 Aug 29 08:13:29.431 UTC: T+: rem_addr: 172.20.111.217 Aug 29 08:13:29.431 UTC: T+: data: Aug 29 08:13:29.431 UTC: T+: End Packet ---snip---
Did anyone have an idea, why the prime don't send the login credentials to the switch? Perhaps there is a problem with the login script, there want "Username:" and get "Login:" or something else?
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