We are running Cisco LMS 3.2, when doing a discovery it resolves the IP address of the switch but not the hostname. The switches are discovered but the display name doesnt show the hostmname. We dont use put our switches on DNS, how do i ensure that the display name is the hostname? (i.e. hostname on the switch config)
I have tried various options when doing discovery but none of them will show the hostname as the display name. The discovery is being done through Layer 2 CDP
Thanks for that, however "add entries to the LMS server's local hosts file" , could you please let me know how exactly i do this? I found the hosts file c:/windows/drivers/etc but im not sure what exactly i need to add and to which file. thanks in advance.
I am resolving names to ip address but not ip address to names if I did an NSlookup. Is this a setting within DNS? Do i need to set up a whole reverse zone?
My problem is the same as what is in this post except none of my devices are resolved in device discovery. They are all ip address. They are all in DNS as well. I can resolve "nslookup hostname" but not the other way around for all devices.
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