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VRF Readiness Information

I have problem in LMS 3.2 with vrf capable or supported devices. I can't see only devices which have more than one OSPF process. Other devices with one OSPF process I see normally. Do you have any idea what's wrong? It doesn't depend on type of device. (2821, 3825, 3845)

Thanks!

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Cisco Employee

Re: VRF Readiness Information

How exactly do these devices show up in the readiness report?  In order for a device to be VNM-supported, it must be of the correct hardware type.  Those types can be found in NMSROOT/vnm/conf/metadata/vnmMetaData.xml.  Additionally, it must also respond to the OID 1.3.6.1.3.118.1.1.1 with either a 0 or a positive integer.  The device should also be managed by RME for complete support.

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Cisco Employee

Re: VRF Readiness Information

How exactly do these devices show up in the readiness report?  In order for a device to be VNM-supported, it must be of the correct hardware type.  Those types can be found in NMSROOT/vnm/conf/metadata/vnmMetaData.xml.  Additionally, it must also respond to the OID 1.3.6.1.3.118.1.1.1 with either a 0 or a positive integer.  The device should also be managed by RME for complete support.

New Member

Re: VRF Readiness Information

HW is correct. Problem happend on the same platform, IOS, RAM (C3825-ADVENTERPRISEK9-M), Version 12.4(15)T8) diferrence is only in configuration OSPF processes. Device with two processes is not visible in VNM report. In other parts of LMS is visible.

Cisco Employee

Re: VRF Readiness Information

What do you get when you walk 1.3.6.1.3.118.1.1.1 on this router?

New Member

Re: VRF Readiness Information

output files from SNMP walk

Cisco Employee

Re: VRF Readiness Information

How does this multi-OSPF 3825 show up in the report?  Is it visible at all?

New Member

Re: VRF Readiness Information

capable device is not visible in topology map and it's only one device from all network which is capable

supported device is visible in topology map

not-view is visible in topology map

in VNM report this multi-ospf device doesn't show

Cisco Employee

Re: VRF Readiness Information

Okay, so the device isn't being managed by Campus Manager.  Check Campus Manager > Admin > Data Collection, and make sure the device is n

ot excluded (or if you are statically including devices, make sure it is included).  Then run a new Campus Data Collection from Campus Manager > Home.  That should get the device to be managed.

New Member

Re: VRF Readiness Information

Devices arenot excluded from CM. I deleted all devices from CS and rediscover from csv file. After it I reinited db. I can use report for all devices. I have descovered 869 devices. If I want to check devices and I use link on main page of CM in line Data Collection, I can see only 163 devices manually included. It could be problem. But I don't have idea what's wrong.

Cisco Employee

Re: VRF Readiness Information

Is your server integrated with ACS?

New Member

Re: VRF Readiness Information

no and never been

Cisco Employee

Re: VRF Readiness Information

Post screenshots of your Device portal view and of the Campus Manager > Admin > Data Collection > Mode and Policy Settings.

New Member

Re: VRF Readiness Information

What do you mean Device portal view. Could you tell me more?

Cisco Employee

Re: VRF Readiness Information

It appears there may be a more serious issue.  Post the output of the pdshow command as wel as the CMFOGSServer.log and CampusOGSServer.log.

New Member

Re: VRF Readiness Information

Here are requested files. After reinitdb Topology view doesn't show VRF devices and VRF, in RME config archive doesn't show devices, in CM data collection doesn't run scheduled job. On Monday I will get back backup version before reinitdb.

Cisco Employee

Re: VRF Readiness Information

Reinitializing the ANI database would have no effect on RME.  It sounds like you really have some serious issues on your server.  I recommend you open a TAC service request at this point so live debugging can be done.

New Member

Re: VRF Readiness Information

Here are files from restored installation of LMS.

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