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SNMP for licence's information?

Hello,

I have huge number of the Cisco devices in the network and I want to maintain the Licence information of every devices, So now I want to do something like if my device licence's is expire it should alarm on device or SNMP server.

How I can devloy this setup in the network?

Thanks and Regards,

Abhinay Adte

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SNMP for licence's information?

If the event occurs, the ASA message cited above will be automatically sent to whatever logging host you have defined on the ASA. (assuming you haven't manually unconfigured that message with "no logging message " command).

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SNMP for licence's information?

Abhinay,

I have moved this thread to the NMS community so, you could get quick response from the correct community.

-Kureli

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SNMP for licence's information?

Almost all Cisco switches and routers do not used time-based licenses.

For those devices which do use time-based licenses (typically for subscription features), they will typically generate log messages wchich, if thus configured, will be sent to your syslog server. See, for example, this message which is generated by an ASA.

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SNMP for licence's information?

OSM I will try some think and if my project get select then I will reply u???

Also Thanks Kureli

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SNMP for licence's information?

Marvin can u help me on this in more ? this is automatic generated syslog message or need to do some more configuration for this, I have syslog message Server....

Hall of Fame Super Silver

SNMP for licence's information?

If the event occurs, the ASA message cited above will be automatically sent to whatever logging host you have defined on the ASA. (assuming you haven't manually unconfigured that message with "no logging message " command).

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