I have been asked to recommend on a good SNMP based network management software to manage the routers, switches and Access points in a small / medium business network. And I have come up to choose Cisco LMS 2.6. The exact part numbers that I have chosen are:
CiscoWorks LMS 2.6 Enterprise for Windows and Solaris, with 300-device restricted license and one server-installation license.
Software Application Support (SAS) for CiscoWorks LMS 2.6 Enterprise for Windows and Solaris server systems with 300-device restricted license. Provides Cisco TAC support, Cisco.com Software Center access, and minor updates.
The network consists of the following:
1. 21 Cisco 3560 switches (WS-C3560-24TS-S)
2. 1 Cisco 3550
3. 2 Cisco 2600 routers
4. 40 Cisco 1230AG access points
5. 1 Cisco 3550 switch
Are all these devices supported by the LMS? Is LMS only for Cisco based devices or does it work with any SNMP supported devices?
I request your feedback on the part numbers chosen and any further suggestions in this regard.
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