i have running LMS 3.0.1 with Dec 2007 update,it running fine with discovewred devices (6500 series)In discovery summary i see reacheable devices 17 and unreacheable devices XX,The unreacheable devices are not the seperate devices but they are the interfaces of the reacheable device.
Is it the normal thing or it should'nt ???.
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You can download LMS 3.2 from Cisco.com. LMS 3.2 is the latest version. Go to http://www.cisco.com/go/lms/ . Download the 3.2 eval. After installing the 3.2 eval on a licensed copy of 3.0.1, you will get a licensed copy of 3.2.
I will get a licensed copy of 3.2 ????? from where,it will automatically convert 3.0 license to 3.1 license after installing evaluation???
when am trying to click on download evaluation it redirecting me to marketplace page,where i can't see any download option for the LMS 3.2.
How can i get the LMS 3.2 Evaluation ?? can u send me the link or procedure to find out.
Here are the attachment print screen where i go and i dont find any information about download.
Its very strange for me to click on the place order tab because i thought it will proceed with pay order and shipment i have started downloading,i will reply back if i face problem in installing or i will close call after successful installation.
Is this for the complete, fully operating version or just the 90 day 100 device trial?
I'm asking because I too run 3.0.1 but thought I had to purchase an upgrade.
I have upgraded to LMS.3.2 Still the situation is the same,In discovery summary unreacheable devices are the interfaces of the discovered devices,
It is not 90 day trial,when u install the evaluation of 3.2 it accepts as a license version,u can go ahead by the procedure what clarke has guide me above.
Attaching the print screen for software installed with license above 3.0.1.
Discovery now uses the ipAddrTable to resolve duplicates. If you are specifying seed device addresses which are unreachable (or if Discovery finds addresses which are not SNMP reachable), then Discovery will not be able to determine that those addresses are, in fact, part of other reachable devices. But this is not a big problem since unreachable devices are not added to DCR.