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RME4.0.5 Config Archive Failures

I recently installed LMS206 on W2003. On of the first things is to archive the config. I am using TELNET to sync the config with no success when aaa is enabled with local authentication on the devices; when aaa new-model is removed, all succeeded. This might be the username/prompt issue. How can I solve this problem?

I also tried RCP. All failed with error: permission denied. The commands in the switch are as follows:

ip rcmd rcp-enable

ip rcmd remote-host xxxx 10.70.211.202 www enable

where xxxx is local username and www is owner in RME.

any other things I missed?

Thanks.

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Re: RME4.0.5 Config Archive Failures

Check the DCR credentials under Common Services > Device and Credentials > Device Management for this device to resolve your telnet problem. Make sure that the correct username and password are entered there. If you use custom Username/Password prompts, add them to NMSROOT/objects/cmf/data/TacacsPrompts.ini.

As for RCP, check the username configured under Common Services > Server > Admin > System Preferences, and make sure "www" is the RCP username.

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Re: RME4.0.5 Config Archive Failures

Thanks jclarke,

I got TELNET work by editing device credentials in RME>Devices>RME Devices.

RCP is still not working. Where is the local-username configured in RME?

Cisco Employee

Re: RME4.0.5 Config Archive Failures

As I said, Common Services > Server > Admin > System Preferences. The default RCP User is "cwuser".

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