when I add a specific source I got this error
Cannot add source
Check wether the source device is reachable, Read and Write community are correct and IPM processes are running.10.87.0.133
REASON Not a known Entity
I be able to add a lot of others, I check all get the snmp debug, but have this error.
Mon Apr 07 08:37:29 2008 CEST | ditdenusrvipm01 | ConfigServer.1684 | Error | Error in verifying Agent Properties for 10.87.0.133. The SNMP return Code is : 2
No answers, just some question that will allow for answer.
When you open this device in the device center, can ciscoworks talk to it?
SNMP communities are OK?
Does de device support being a source?
What IOS is on there?
I add it only to IPM not on other places in LMS
SNMP are ok
how to know if a device suport to be a source ?
System image file is "flash:c2800nm-ipbase-mz.123-11.T2.bin
Will add it now to LMS completelly
Most devices can be a source, except some beyond end of life devices that might still be arround.
12.3T should be fine for most types of sources as the level of the SAA agent is >= 2.2.
For the source you need read and write community string as you want to program the device to do poll a responder.
Better use the devices center or management station to device view to check if communication works.
I have add it now completelly, I get the device detail report from device center I add also the right community string. Looks all is working without the IPM source issue
I haven't tried to use IPM as a standalone application as I'm scared I might find myself entering credentials for many devices. Probably with as many typing errors on my part.
For me it has to come from the DCR. ;-)
I guess the problem here was the absence of the write community string as a source needs that, where a responder doesn't.
I add it to dcr check the credential over the job, nothing wrong ro and rw are ok, its not coming up in ipm automatically, so there must be a bug in ios, based I get it on all places in lms expect ipm.
SNMP return Code 2
An agent was asked to get or set an OID that it can't find; i.e., the OID doesn't exist.
Seems like either the IOS doesn't support IP SLA or that particular version has a bug in it. Can you manually configure "ip sla monitor ###" or "rtr ###" on the 10.87.0.133 command line?
Global IP configuration subcommands:
sap Global IP Multicast SAP Commands
security Specify system wide security information
source-route Process packets with source routing header options
source-track Source Tracker
subnet-zero Allow 'subnet zero' subnets
tacacs TACACS configuration commands
radius-server Modify RADIUS query parameters
random-detect-group Configure random-detect class
rbe Commands for Routing RFC 1483 Ethernet
regexp regexp commands
resume-string Define a host-specific resume string
rif Source-route RIF cache
rlogin Rlogin configuration commands
rmon Remote Monitoring
route-map Create route-map or enter route-map command mode
router Enable a routing process
Both commands are hvt-3-buenosaires-01(config)#rtr ?
% Unrecognized command
Looks like a bug.
Danke Gruss Steffen