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Ciscoworks Critical Alert from DFM

Can Any body help me to know the below error message which I am getting from ciscoworks as well as the email is coming from DFM as critical alert (Please find below email also).

06$Partition=0]PartitionName=&)MODE=2;Alert ID=00000RX}Event CODE=1014;1001;1001;1001;1001;1001;;|Status=Active^Severity=Critical^Managed Object=xxx.xxx.250.253^Managed Object Type=Interfaces and Modules^CUSTID=-^CUSTREV=*^Description=xxx.xxx.250.253: Cisco Configuration Management Trap:InformAlarm; xxx.xxx.150.252 [xxx.xxx.250.253]:Duplicate; xxx.xxx.180.252 [xxx.xxx.250.253]:Duplicate; xxx.xxx.250.253:Duplicate; xxx.xxx.1.252 [xxx.xxx.250.253]:Duplicate; xxx.xxx.111.252:Duplicate;

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ALERT ID = 00000RX

TIME = Wed 07-Jun-2006 06:12:41 AST

STATUS = Active

SEVERITY = Critical

MANAGED OBJECT = xxx.xxx.250.253

MANAGED OBJECT TYPE = Interfaces and Modules

EVENT DESCRIPTION = xxx.xxx.250.253: Cisco Configuration Management Trap:InformAlarm; xxx.xxx.150.252 [xxx.xxx.250.253]:Duplicate; xxx.xxx.180.252 [xxx.xxx.250.253]:Duplicate; xxx.xxx.250.253:Duplicate; xxx.xxx.1.252 [xxx.xxx.250.253]:Duplicate; xxx.xxx.111.252:Duplicate;

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New Member

Re: Ciscoworks Critical Alert from DFM

It looks as if DFM is alerting that you have a duplicate IP xx.xx.250.253 on your network.

Are you using this IP for HSRP or similiar purpose? In earlier versions of DFM I had that problem.

New Member

Re: Ciscoworks Critical Alert from DFM

Yes you are right, This address are using for HSRP. Any work around.

Thanks

New Member

Re: Ciscoworks Critical Alert from DFM

Personal preference but I disabled the the HSRP interface from being managed in DFM:

DFM -> Device Management - Device Details - {Device} - False (drop down box next to interface).

HTH

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