I have a little problem...
In Topology view, in the right place, when I see all my device, I see the name and the ip (and portstatuis and istrunk ...) but IP=Name, Why ?
On the graph, I can see the real name so I don't kniow what to do. Please help.
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Thanks for answering, but that is I have to modify ANIServer.properties ?
I want to have the name so what exactly have I to do ?
I think I havte to :
Thanks. How many seed devices can be entered into CW2K/Campus manager? How to configure Name Resoution for picking up preferred management address - loopback address.
I really appreciated your help!!!
Thanks, it works perfectly, what I have now in my file is :
# When usedns is set to false, ANI will not resolve ip address to name
# using DNS.
# When resolveByName is true and if a host name was found, then DNS
# will be used to lookup a primary IP address for the host name.
Thanks again !!!
I assumed that this "nameserver.userdns-true" is configured on CW2K server? What is the file name?
I am not sure if this message is repeated.
I have the same settings in my aniserver.properties file (use dns = true, resolvebyname=false, resolvebysysName=true) however when I go to the summary view in CM I still see only the IP add as device name. the only way I can see the sysname is If I go to display view > showlabels> use sysname.
Is'nt there any way that the sysname can be displayed in the summary view as well?
Have you a reverse zone in your DNS server ? Does your ciscoworks2000 server has the DNS correctly configured ?
Yes the DNS is configured correctly for the server. But what I am saying is that CW Campus M can get the sysnames for all my devices but only when I go to the display view > show labels, but it will not do that in the summary view. So I know that my devices are capable of giving their sysnames , its just CW does not like to display them in topology map/summary view. I'm thinkng there might be a bug.
Do you have the sysnames (not dns fqn's) showing in your summary view?
The summary view does not show the configured router hostname but rather it is a reflection of a reverse lookup in DNS.