I have a customer with LMS 2.5 installed (on a Windows 2000 Server), running the latest patches etc. I have imported all the Cisco devices successfully. DNS does not have all the device hostnames but the LMS Server has a local hosts file with all the devices listed.
Common Services & RME list all the devices showing thier hostnames (RME lists 300 'normal' devices). In DFM there are various devices listed with the IP Address as the Device Name instead of the actual hostname.
I have verified that the server can resolve the names correctly by pinging the hosts using thier hostnames. I have also deleted the devices (several times) and re-imported them but DFM still shows them up using the IP address instead of the hostname. How can I resolve this?
I have sort of already done that. All the devices were imported using hostnames and NOT IP addresses. The LMS Server has a hosts file with all the devices listed (I have checked this and it is correct). The .CSV file used for importing the devices purely had hostnames.
It is just 5 devices that are displayed this way - it's weird. I will have a look again when I am next on the customers site.
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