I recently upgraded to CD One 5th edition with RME 3.4 and Campus Manager 3.2. One problem I have is with AP350 Wireless access point representation on the Topology Services map.
The connection between the Catalyst 4006 switch and the AP350 is misrepresented. A thick black line defined only as Ethernet100M shows up between the 2 devices, with each device port showing as connected to this Ethernet100M as opposed to the switch/AP350 port.
CDP is enabled on each AP and SNMP community and trap destination information has been entered correctly. I've installed this on a test server too with the same results.
Seems like it is hitting the known bugs CSCdp47638, CSCdp47670. The workaround could be to delete all the links and then rediscover the devices. Or it could be a caveate in the Visio or the browser also.
The following documents has a list of known bugs:
Release Notes for Campus Manager 3.2 on Windows 2000
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