So i dont require dec 2007 update?? correct me if am wrong.Am new to LMS.
Calrke i have seen with 1 of the installation of LMS,LMS was not discovering devices though devices are configured with proper snmp community string,where i have to configure the SNMP string in LMS and want to specify syslog limit.(syslog is same server)
I want to know the main step that how LMS will discover the devices on which basis and what i have to configure on LMS so it discovers the devices.becz am suppose to switchover to other project my junior eng will takeover for the rest other things that can be configured on LMS.
No, you don't need the December updates. That just updated LMS 3.0 to 3.0.1. Just go through the LMS 3.1 gettign started guide step by step to get you acquainted with the applications.
For Discovery, SNMP community strings are configured under Common Services > Device and Credentials > Device Discovery > Discovery Settings.
The number of days syslog messages are retained in RME's database can be configured under RME > Admin > Syslog > Set Purge Policy.
LMS can discover devices using a variety of protocols (e.g. CDP, ping sweep, routing table, etc.). You should pick as few as possible in order to accomplish the desired network discovery. Most people choose CDP and ping sweep.
I have to start from cisco works assistant from server setup.After specifying snmp string in server setup will LMS be able to discover the devices?? or any other place also i have to specify for discovery??? correct me if am wrong.
In previous mail u told me to specify the community string in common services,Is it the community string will reflect in common services after specifying in server setup.
If i do a bulk import through specifying a path to local file in the server,If suppose a new device added later will it be discovered automatically or it has to be added through the bulk import only??
Where i have to move to configure for other protocols as per ur above mail?? Any document or link.
I want to set the size limit for syslog where can i specify that???.Also i have to specify the syslog location in LMS server or by default it stores in CSCOpx folder????
I don't know exactly what you did in CiscoWorks Assistant, so I can't say for certain if you configured Discovery correctly or not. However, if you configure Discovery from the link I provided to you previously, then that is sufficient to find your devices.
After devices are discovered, the reachable ones will be added to the Device Credentials Repository using the community string that was used to initially discover them. If you have any default credentials configured, those will be used as well when the device is added to DCR.
If you have Discovery properly configured, new devices should be discovered without needing to import them or add them manually.
All of the discovery protocols and settings are configured under Common Services > Device and Credentials > Device Discovery > Discovery Settings.
As I said before, the maximum number of days RME will retain syslog messages is configured under RME > Admin > Syslog > Set Purge Policy. By default, the raw syslog message file is found under NMSROOT/log. The file is called syslog.log.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.