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Common Services Devices

All of the VLAN interface IPs for a switch are appearing in the Common Services DCR. We have a VLAN created for management purposes. Should I delete the other VLAN interface IPs appearing in the DCR and keep only the management interface IP for a single switch? I think this is what I want to do but am unsure if I would be missing any valuable information by leaving the other IPs in Common Services. I want to clean things up so that I don't have 30 IPs for a single switch appearing in the table.

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Re: Common Services Devices

If you remove the devices from DCR, they will be removed from Campus Manager as well. Campus relies on the data in DCR to determine the proper management address. As for traffic sourced from devices, you can choose the correct management interface for many protocols. For example, for syslog messages:

logging source-interface Loopback0

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Cisco Employee

Re: Common Services Devices

Yes, you should delete the other interfaces for the switches. Manage the switches through one DCR device each. Assuming you are running LMS 2.6, this problem should not reoccur.

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Re: Common Services Devices

Thanks for the reply. I will remove all other address from DCR. Will this fix the duplicate IP address errors for these switches in Campus Manager or will I need to make other changes? Do you know if there is an interface command to specify that management traffic be sent from the right interface?

Cisco Employee

Re: Common Services Devices

If you remove the devices from DCR, they will be removed from Campus Manager as well. Campus relies on the data in DCR to determine the proper management address. As for traffic sourced from devices, you can choose the correct management interface for many protocols. For example, for syslog messages:

logging source-interface Loopback0

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