We are monitoring our CAT 5000 (RSM) network with LMS 2.1. When I check the "All Changes" setting in the "Change Audit" on the RME, I see a new Configuration Archive entry every morning. The device name setting is the "RSM", the user name setting is "unknown", the Application Name is "Configuration archive". When I click on the Details, the following line appears:
Line-Line aux 0
The speed setting fluctuates between 19200 to 38400. We indeed archive the config setting on all the switches every other day, however does anybody happen to know why does this entry point to the RSM device as opposed to all the switches?
One possibility could be as you've stated above is that the speed fluctuates between 19200 to 38400 which for RME is a config change and would cause a config fetch trigger by Config Archive update in RME.
Thanks for your response. Sorry for ambiguously stating the facts, however we do not change the speed on the aux port at all, and yet, somehow, it changes from 19200 to 38400, according to the audit change report.
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.