DFM 1.2 does support Cat1900. By default, DFM manages all Cisco network elements contained in the inventory and all ports that connect to Cisco network elements in the inventory. Is that what you're looking for?
Thanks for the reply. I was looking more for 1900 specific details. Is there a way I can work out what DFM will alarm on for a Std Edition 1900 as opposed to, let's say a 6509. I understand that the 2 machines are very different and that there will be some overlap e.g. connectivity.
I was thinking about checking the MIBs supported on the specific s/w verion of the 1900 against the MIBs monitored by DFM.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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