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LMS-( Ping -Latency-Bandwidth Report)

Dear All,

where to get the Ping Status report of all the devices added for different Lan -Wan Groups

how can i check the latency & bandwidth Reports Daily wise on Nodes without the IPM module

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Cisco Employee

Re: LMS-( Ping -Latency-Bandwidth Report)

This kind of report is only available using the Health and Utilization add-on to LMS 3.0.1 or higher, or IPM. With IPM, you use IP SLA capable source devices to measure latency and availability to other IP addressable nodes. With HUM, you can actually poll SNMP-capable devices to determine utilization and availability.

New Member

Re: LMS-( Ping -Latency-Bandwidth Report)

Dear clarke ,

theupgrade from LMS 3.0 to3.1 has to be done for IPM 4.1

how can the ipm upgrade from 4.0 to 4.1 can be done ( i m getting error for 4.1 Upgrade)

for hum--license is required -its only trial version in cisco site

Cisco Employee

Re: LMS-( Ping -Latency-Bandwidth Report)

You will have to go to http://www.cisco.com/upgrade/ and enter your LMS SAS contract number to order the LMS 3.1 upgrade DVD. Alternatively, you can download the latest version of LMS, 3.2, from http://www.cisco.com/go/lms/ . It includes IPM 4.2. You can install this on top of a licensed copy of LMS 3.0.

Yes, HUM is a separately licensed add-on to LMS. It comes with LMS 3.0.1 and higher as a 90-day eval.

New Member

Re: LMS-( Ping -Latency-Bandwidth Report)

I cant download from the abocve link, can you specify the most relevant link

Cisco Employee

Re: LMS-( Ping -Latency-Bandwidth Report)

New Member

Re: LMS-( Ping -Latency-Bandwidth Report)

soory tosay that i m struck of at Marketing place Login Page , i cant login through that( is privileges required

Cisco Employee

Re: LMS-( Ping -Latency-Bandwidth Report)

You need a valid Cisco.com account. Beyond that, I'm not sure why it wouldn't work. You will need to contact the Cisco.com team (i.e. via the feedback link) to get further help.

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