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How many IPM collectors run on LMS 4.1 with 100 device license?

I have installed lms 4.1 on a customer but could not find on the documentation how many IPM collectors can be run based on the device count license.

I found only a scaling table on the Installation Guide but does not says if its tied with the device count license.

Can anyone help me?

Below what I found on the Installation guide:

• You can manage a maximum of 2000 collectors on enabling all the

device management functions including IPSLA Performance

Management functionality. This collector limit includes:

– 1500 collectors (hourly polling frequency)

– 500 collectors (minute polling frequency)

• You can manage a maximum of 5000 collectors on disabling other

device management functions and managing the IPSLA Performance

Management functionality only. This collector limit includes:

– 4500 collectors (hourly polling frequency)

– 500 collectors (minute polling frequency)

• For LMS 5000 device license, you can manage a maximum of 5000

collectors with hourly polling frequency.

• If you want to manage 5000 collectors without disabling any of the

device management functions, you can manage:

– 2000 collectors in a Solution Master server with 5000 device license

– 3000 collectors in a Slave server with LMS Monitoring Server

large edition license (add-on license to manage additional

performance collectors). See NoteThe AutoIPSLA generated

collectors are accounted for license. for details on LMS

Monitoring Server licenses.

• The IPSLA Monitoring Collector license limit applies only to

historical hourly collectors and not to real-time collectors. However,

you are allowed to create real-time collectors even after the license

limit is reached. There is no limit to the number of real-time collectors

that you could create to manage IPSLA Monitoring functionality.

• You can manage a maximum of 2000 collectors on enabling all the

device management functions including IPSLA Performance

Management functionality. This collector limit includes:

– 1500 collectors (hourly polling frequency)

– 500 collectors (minute polling frequency)

• You can manage a maximum of 5000 collectors on disabling other

device management functions and managing the IPSLA Performance

Management functionality only. This collector limit includes:

– 4500 collectors (hourly polling frequency)

– 500 collectors (minute polling frequency)

• For LMS 5000 device license, you can manage a maximum of 5000

collectors with hourly polling frequency.

• If you want to manage 5000 collectors without disabling any of the

device management functions, you can manage:

– 2000 collectors in a Solution Master server with 5000 device license

– 3000 collectors in a Slave server with LMS Monitoring Server

large edition license (add-on license to manage additional

performance collectors). See NoteThe AutoIPSLA generated

collectors are accounted for license. for details on LMS

Monitoring Server licenses.

• The IPSLA Monitoring Collector license limit applies only to

historical hourly collectors and not to real-time collectors. However,

you are allowed to create real-time collectors even after the license

limit is reached. There is no limit to the number of real-time collectors

that you could create to manage IPSLA Monitoring functionality.

Thanks

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Re: How many IPM collectors run on LMS 4.1 with 100 device licen

I have just foun the IPM collector limits on the 15-6 page following guide:

Monitoring and Troubleshooting With Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.1

Device License Licensed Number of Collectors

Incremental Licenses

Incremental combination from 250 — 450 device count 1000 Collectors

Incremental combination from 550 — 950 device count 1250 Collectors

Incremental combination from 1050 — 1450 device count 1500 Collectors

Incremental combination from 1500 — 2500 device count 3000 Collectors

Incremental combination from 2500 — 5000 device count 5000 Collectors

50                 150 Collectors

100                300 Collectors

200                300 Collectors

500                1250 Collectors

1000              1500 Collectors

2500              3000 Collectors

5000              5000 Collectors

10000            5000 Collectors

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