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Compliance Check with RME

I'm trying to use RME compliance check but it doesn't seem to work correctly.

If I define a template like this

Name: Global SubMode: Yes isPrerequisite: No

Ordered : No Prerequisite-Commandset : none Parent: none

IP SLA 6

+ frequency 500

All my devices are always compliant even when it is not the case.

If I change frequency 500 with 600 for example, they are still all compliant.

It is like this template doesn't do anything.

It does work if I test on sub interface like Fe0 for example.

How can I test compliance for sub-commands other than interfaces?

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: Compliance Check with RME

This is probably because you don't have the "ip sla 6" operation configured. You could try doing this using two commandlets:

Name: SLA6 SubMode: No isPrerequisite: No

Ordered : No Prerequisite-Commandset : none Parent: none

+ ip sla 6

Name: SLA6Freq SubMode: Yes isPrerequisite: No

Ordered : No Prerequisite-Commandset : none Parent: none

ip sla 6

+ frequency 500

New Member

Re: Compliance Check with RME

Unfortunately this doesn't work either.

It does detect the ones missing the IP SLA 6 command but frequency is still being missed.

I've tried many different ways but the routers always come back as compliant.

I've also tried sub-mode test with "crypto ipsec client ezvpn" and the same thing happens.

New Member

Re: Compliance Check with RME

I've just tried the example RME template called "TemplateExample2"

Name: parent SubMode: Yes isPrerequisite: No

Ordered : No Prerequisite-Commandset : none Parent: none

policy-map V3PN-teleworker

# No commands

Name: child SubMode: Yes isPrerequisite: No

Ordered : No Prerequisite-Commandset : none Parent: parent

class VOICE

+ priority 64

I configured the router with "priority 62"

then ran the compliance test.

And the router config came back as compliant again.

New Member

Re: Compliance Check with RME

TAC has been able to reproduce the problem and new DDTS has been filed ( CSCsh87911 )

Fix should be in LMS 3.0 scheduled to be released in May.

New Member

Re: Compliance Check with RME

Hi

Is yr news confirmed that LMS 3.0 is schedule to released in May?

I wish LMS can be more stable not memory intensive.

I also wish that DFM module can act intelligently like other products such as HP OV NNM, CA eHealth when tackle the fault and events.

All Hail..King Of The Network!! :D

Cheers!

New Member

Re: Compliance Check with RME

That's what the TAC engineer said.

Now that's no confirmation at all.

I have no idea where she got the info from.

For me , it just confirm that they are going to release LMS 3.0 sometime this year.

And I still expect it to be a big pile of non-working crap with just few useful features.

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