It looks like there is a problem with your enable credentials in DCR for this device. Verify that they are correct. If you are using telnet, it would be a good idea to get a sniffer trace of the Netconfig job to confirm the credentials RME is using.
I use the same credentials to telnet to the device and its working fine, and for other devices as well-but this device is managed by a different ACS server, can a problem be on ACS or is it on DCR? how can i do a sniffer trace of the Netconfig job?
i did a device credentials check on Device center; and it failed, i then edit the device credentials- and i found that: i had a username, password and also enable password- i therefore removed the enable password- and did a device credentails check on telnet and Telnet Enable Mode User Name and Password. and its working.
this should also work on the netshow jobs (like using the show command jobs?)
is it possible to pull out a report in LMS for EAP? i.e we have interfaces that are configured with eap, and some r not configured- i'd like to pull out a report for all the interfaces that have eap configured and also those that dont have eap configured:
i.e. below is the output of sh run int g1/3, and this interface has eap configured- so i'd like to pull out a report for the switch, dat will show me if an interface has eap or not
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