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faliure in capturing configuratin archive


I am using LMS 2.5. in this when i go to RME-config-archive mgmt........ than it shows some devices failed n give error for these devices"Failed to fetch config using RCP.Connection refused: connect Verify RCP is enabled or not." Can anyone tell me that how i can verify and if disable than how can enable it???????



Re: faliure in capturing configuratin archive

Its a misleading message. Typically what I've seen with this message after going back and manually checking these devices via CLI is that they're offline and/or unreachable from the LMS server thats trying to poll them. Another reason is credential mismatch between the server and device.

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Re: faliure in capturing configuratin archive

Hi akemp,

firstly thanx for reply. can u tell me how i wil chk credentials mismatch?

Cisco Employee

Re: faliure in capturing configuratin archive

You might want to enable debugs for config archive to see what exactly is failing:

RME>Admin>System Preferences >Loglevel Settings

Select ArchiveMgmt application and then set both options to DEBUG and apply

Now go to RME > Config Management > Archive Management > Sync Archive

Select a few of the failing device (not all of them) and run an immediate job

Once the job completes look at the details of the Job as well as the dcmaservice.log to see what is happening exactly.

Cisco Employee

Re: faliure in capturing configuratin archive

In addition to the other comments, if you really do want to use RCP, and the device in question is running IOS 12.4 or later, then RME will not be able to fetch the configs. This is due to CSCsd65623 and CSCsd65634. This will be fixed in LMS 2.6 due out this September.

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