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SNMP community string info sync lost between RME and DFM

When I use the SNMP Community template from NetConfig in LMS 2.1 to update the RO and RW strings in my devices, the NetConfig job completes successfully, and all of the devices are updated. I verify this via telnet.

However, Device Fault Manager brings up SNMP alarms because DFM still contains the old RO community string. How can I update the DFM database to reflect the new string information?

Thanks

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Blue

Re: SNMP community string info sync lost between RME and DFM

Either delete the device from DFM and then add it back again with new info OR import from seed file OR just delete the device and if DFM ChangeProbe process is running, then DFM will sync the devices automatically from RME again. Lastly, you can re-initialize the DMF database but in that case you'll loose all other Polling/Threshold settinsg as well which you don't want to. So, deleting and adding the devices back again in DFM is the easiest way. Also install DFM 1.2 IDU 1.2.3 from CCO to to get additional new device support and bug fixes in DFM 1.2 if you're interested.

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Re: SNMP community string info sync lost between RME and DFM

Thanks for your prompt reply. How do I go about manually adding a device to DFM? All of my DFM devices have been automatically discovered as I have added them to the RME inventory. RME shows the DfmChangeProbe process running normally, so why did the new info not get detected and imported by this process?

Thanks

Blue

Re: SNMP community string info sync lost between RME and DFM

There's a known issue CSCdx66606 where the devices do not get sync'ed properly int DFM even though ChangeProbe is running.

For your other question on how to Add/Delete/Manage devices in DFM, see 'Adding and Managing Devices' at:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/cw2000/dfm/dfm_faq.htm

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