I've been trying to add a VPN concentrator to RME now for well over a year. I finally just gave up since it doesn't do config management anyway. However, I'd like to get it in there if at all possible.
Here's the facts:
1. I'm using RME 3.4 with IDU 7.0.
2. I'm running 3.6.9 on the VPN concentrator
3. I put in the RO string (as there's only one that you can put on a VPNC).
4. I made sure that SNMP's enabled.
5. I tried adding it in RME with and without the local username and password.
I still get the same result. The explanation given in RME is:
"The SNMP Request has failed due to: Commit Failed"
I just don't get it. This should be simple to do. I think I've done everything you're supposed to.
THAT'S IT!! Thanks a lot. That was the problem. Man, I struggled with this for quite a while.
However, CiscoWorks (LMS) isn't really all that good for anything other than configuration management, which is not supported for this device :-(. After a while, it just became a challenge to get it in there.
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