If you are using LMS 3.0.1 or higher, you can use discovery protocols other than CDP (e.g. ping sweeps, ARP tables, routing tables, etc.). However, Campus Manager will only show a layer 2 topology for devices which are interconnected with CDP.
To configure Common Services Discovery in LMS 3.0.1 and higher, go to Common Services > Device and Credentials > Device Discovery.
if you go to Common Service > Device and Credentials > Device Discovery you see the Discovery Summary Table; Click on "Total Devices Discovered" and see if these devices are listed there and how the status is. Also, by which module where they found?
You can also enable "debug snmp packets" on one device and test SNMP reachability by entering the device ip address in LMS "Device Center". For this go to "Snmp Walk", enter the correct community string and do a snmpwalk on "system" as the starting OID. Check on the device if the SNMP packets are finding their way to the device.
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