Prime Infrastructure 2.0 - SNMP location lost when collecting
We've detected strange behaviour from our Cisco Prime Infrastructure. We did a upgrade from 1.3 to 2.0 last friday and all looked good and well. However, we noticed that our SNMP locations were missing from our network devices. With some research, we saw that the SNMP locations were in the startup-config, but not in the running-config. We also noticed that our LMSuser (which we use for identifying that Prime is logging into the switch) changed something in the config:
Oct 2 22:00:50 192.168.57.220 7566: Oct 2 22:00:49: %SYS-5-CONFIG_I: Configured from console by lmsuser on vty1 (172.20.250.1)
So we set the SNMP location on a couple of switches to test our theory. And the next evening when Prime does its collection routine, it removes the SNMP location again.
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