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Topology view and clusters

Does anyone know how clustered switches (3550's) are displayed in Ciscoworks2000 Layer2 Topology view? Is a cluster displayed as one device?

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Re: Topology view and clusters

For XL switches, from:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/cw2000/camp_mgr/sup_dev/cm_3_3.htm#18768

'Clustered devices not assigned an IP address are not supported.'

Re: Topology view and clusters

Yes, but you can assign an IP address to each device in the cluster. And each switch is displayed separately in Layer 2 View.

I think the same situation would be with 3550.

3550s are even considered as L3 devices (doesn't matter is they are configured as non-routing) by CW2000.

If you want to see more devices on one screen you can use StackMaker in CiscoView. But I don't know if it works with 3550s.

Regards,

Milan

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