Hi, I was wondering, can CiscoWorks periodically notify me of devices/interfaces/etc. that have been suspended? I want to make sure that when devices are suspended, we don't forget about them and make sure that the problem is resolved and the devices are once again monitored.
You can always go to RME > Devices > Device Management > Suspended Devices to see a list of suspended devices. RME is really the only application that has a concept of suspended devices. I'm not sure exactly what suspended interfaces you are referring to.
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