Campus Manager 4.0.10 It has the same config and is the same model as the other 15 switches that show up Data Collection. I have never messed with the Data Collection filter but will double check it. Anyway to force it to be recognized?
As long as the device is in DCR, and it is not filtered out in the Data Collection filters, then it should be managed in Campus Manager. There is no other way to get Campus to manage a device.
You can enable core, corex, frontend, and framework debugging under Campus Manager > Admin > Campus Data Collection > Debugging Options, run a new Data Collection, then look through the ani.log for errors pertaining to the missing device.
The problem was the switch was in VTP-Server Mode. When I went and looked at the collection filter I realized it was using VTP domains for discovery. That made me think the switch was either not in the VTP domain or misconfigured. I set the switch to VTP-Client and it now collects the data! Thanks for all your help! Much appriciated!
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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