I am currently getting buried in a flurry of alerts from Cisco LMS. However when I check on the device in fault manager or with Device Diagnostic Tools, I do not see any issues. Anyone have any ideas as to why these alerts are being generated? ( I have removed our specific info with xxxx)
Additionally, I don't want to seem like I am bashing the LMS product, but could these alerts be made any more cryptic?
The alerts are quite generic. The individual EVENT details will contain many more details. Initially, it looks like DFM is showing you trap information relating to config and STP changes. If you have determined that these are not important, then you can clear the events (or mark them as acknowledged). If you're receiving these as notifications (e.g. email notifications), you might consider creating event sets to filter the events to just the ones in which you are interested, then unchecking the boxes for alerts in your Notification Group.
To be honest, I can't tell if they are important. The STP toplogy and configuration should not be changing on this device this regularily, and when I check the device, there is no indication of any problems. These are email notifications, and I would hate to filter out possible "real" alerts.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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