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Reconfiguration of router hostname

Dear all,

several times we have noticed a strange thing : For some reason we changed the hostname of a router, but some time later we discovered that the hostname was back to the old name. Nobody has configured intesionaly the router, but in the log we've found a message like : "Jul 11 05:36:56 MSZ: %SYS-5-CONFIG_I: Configured from 10.10.10.10 by snmp". 10.10.10.10 is the address of our NMS (running HPOV NNM and CW2000). Is it possible that for some strange reason CW2000 configuration management changes the hostname back to the old name found in the archive ? Any ideas are welcome.

Thank you very much.

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Blue

Re: Reconfiguration of router hostname

Is this RME 3.4?. If so, have you applies the latest IDU patch from CCO?. Since it sounds similar to: CSCdx73755

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Blue

Re: Reconfiguration of router hostname

Is this RME 3.4?. If so, have you applies the latest IDU patch from CCO?. Since it sounds similar to: CSCdx73755

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Re: Reconfiguration of router hostname

Hello,

yes, we do have RME 3.4 with "Resource Manager Essentials Incremental Device Support" version 3.4. So you propose to install "RME34.IDU.v4-0.sol.tar.Z" for our Solaris installation ?

Thank you very much,

Bernd

Blue

Re: Reconfiguration of router hostname

yes, if you have not already installed it yet.

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