I have observed a very odd behaviour of RME 3.4 It changes a correctly entered SNMP (write) community by turning the last letter from uppercase to lowercase (e.g. "CiscO" -> "Cisco").
I found out because in "Check Devices Attributes" it always reported an incorrect write community. After downloading the database to an ASCII file I saw the problem. Of course I tried to fix it using "Change Device Attributes", but no effect. Next I downloaded everything to an ASCII file, edited that one, and uploaded it again, no effect either. Finally I deleted all devices from RME and synchronized them from Campus Manager, where the SNMP communities are configured correctly. No chance again.
Has anyone seen something else before (except from MS Word)?
It's LMS 2.1 running on Win2K. 2 proc server with 2 GB RAM
That is somehow the way to do it: Delete the device from the RME database and re-enter it with the correct string. But sometimes even that only works if you wait for quit some time (up to 1 week) before re-entering the device.
Must be some buffering feature of the database. It occurs with passwords as well.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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