I have an issue where I want to remove an interface from a device on the network, but I can't get LMS to not show it as down on the monitoring dashboard under Interface Availability. I've removed the IP from the interface and put it in admin shutdown, but it continues to show up as down in the Interface Availability chart. I also tried setting it to false under DFM for monitoring, but that didn't work. What is the correct way to remove an interface that shows down under Interface Availability that isn't actually down due to an error? It has been days since I shut down the interface.
Thanks for the reply. So you are saying that setting the interface to false in DFM removes it from the Interface Availability report on the Monitor Dashboard for you? That would make since to me, but it is still there. I did remove and re-add a device the last time I saw this issue, but thought there has to be a better way. When setting to false under DFM didn't work, I thought maybe that was just for alert generation and not the Interface Availability dashboard widget. I hate having to reboot servers. It seems this one has to be rebooted too often to fix minor issues like this.
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