I am working with a setup where two CM servers are deployed to manage half of the resources in the environment and a single RME server being synch'd by the two CM servers. My question is what is the best practice for handling the split environment? How can I effectively use the seed devices and filtering to ensure each of the servers handle their specific devices? Filtering sounds good, but I am not sure it can be done without adding every device to the seed list. Is anybody else doing this? Am I missing something here? Thanks.
normaly filtering will do the job, but what you can do (besides filtering on ip-range or vtp-domain) is use seperate snmp-community strings on the devices in the different region(s) and select an appropriate seed devices within this region. Keep in mind that the more seeds you add, the more CPU of ANI-discovery is consumed.
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