Exactly which version of QPM 3.2 do you have? You need at least 3.2.1 to support any 3560 switches. And then you will only have support for sysObjectIDs 126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.563 and 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.564.
As for your 4500, assuming the sysObjectID is actually 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.502, you may have to map the version of IOS from 12.2(25)EWA5 to 12.2S from the device properties page, then do a rediscover of the switch. But again, you will need at least 3.2.1 to do this.
Thanks for the quick response. How do I find out what are sysObjectIds for my 4506 and 3560 and 6509 switches ?
Q.2. How do I map the version of IOS from 12.2(25)EWA5 to 12.2S from the device properties page. What does it do? Will it not impact the QOS commands generated ? It may generated commands not compatible with the 12.2.(25)EWA5. Is upgrading to a higher release a better option ? Right now its being mapped to 12.1E and theres no other choice available.
Mapping to 12.2S will not impact the QoS commands sent to the device. 12.2EWA is derived from 12.2S. However, if you only see 12.1E, then you only have QPM 3.2. You should upgrade to 3.2.3. However, mapping to 12.1E will get you some support with your 4500.
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