hi every one I have an anoying issue which I appreciate if anyone could help me work it out
there are some devices which I could not add to CM , athough all of them are currently in DCR and their credentials are OK as I checked with RME, even when I include them in device management, they didn't appear in the campus manager devices .
please please help me !!!
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What version of Campus Manager is this? What types of devices are affected? How exactly are they affected (i.e., do they appear at all in Campus)?
Campus Manager Version is : 5.2.0
Devices are; Catalyst 2960 & Catalyst 3560 & Catalyst 3550 . (7 devices)
they are all in Common services device list , and even in RME , but they dont appear in campus manager they are in included devices and they wont appear even when I include them .
You should first upgrade to LMS 3.2.1, which includes CM 5.2.2. This release contains numerous bug fixes that correct problems with Data Collection not completing and could fix exactly the issue you describe. LMS 3.2.1 can be downloaded from http://www.cisco.com/cisco/software/release.html?mdfid=282635181&flowid=16561&os=Windows&softwareid=280775102&release=3.2.1&rellifecycle=&relind=AVAILABLE&reltype=all .
I have installed the lms3.2.1 and my campus manager was upgraded to 5.2.2 but still there are 8 devices which
are not shown in campus manager, when I apply auto allocation mode it is said that 8 new devices will add but after
discovery there is no more than previous 240 devices which I had.
If you've checked the unconnected devices list and they are not there, you could try reinitializing the ANI database. However, that will cause all of your UT data to be lost. It may get those missing devices added. However, a better recommendation is for you to open a TAC service requet so more troubleshooting can be done. There may be a simpler alternative.
If you are interested in the database reinit procedure, check out https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-8796.
I have reinitialized the ANI and everything re discovered but those which are noticed before !!!
I made a group and assigned 2 of them on that (192.168.200.248 and 192.168.100.18) I changed the allocation mode and
set it to only alocate devices which are in that group and the result was 0 devices after Data Collection !!!
192.168.200.248 is WS-C2960S-24PS-L
192.168.100.18 is WS-C2960-24TT-L
In LMS thier hostname are their IP's and definitely are distinct,and they are not clustered.
if you TELNET or SSH to these devices what hostname do you see at the prompt ?
This name is what Joe meant when he said hostname should be distinct.
thank you Michel;
I understood what Joe said and I am 100 % sure that those hostnames are either distinct .
I think you will need to open a TAC service request so debugging analysis can be done. The ani.log will need to be collected after a Data Collection is performed to see why those devices are being excluded.