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Cisco Prime NCS Mapping Question

I am trying to setup maps within Cisco NCS for a building.

I have done this many times in the past but it has always been with very straightforward rectangular maps.

This time I have a building which is separated into two parts - an office area and a warehouse (high ceiling) type of area.

The issue I am trying to get around is that they are connected through a long wall that  bends across the length of the entire structure (image below of whole space.)

If I just use the below map for the entire dimensions of the building the problem is that I can only set one ceiling height which isnt the case at all since the warehouse ceiling is much higher than the office area.

If I split these out and try to use two separate areas, I have to overlay them somehow to get them to line up properly, but then NCS gives me an error that the two areas are intersecting.

I am kind of at a loss on how to proceed from here but maybe there is an easy solution I am missing.

Anyone have any ideas on how to accomplish building this floor plan in NCS prime?  In the image below the L-shape turned on its side is the warehouse area.  And the office area is the lower part in an upside down Z shape.




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Cisco Prime NCS Mapping Question

Well, now that I have upgraded to Prime Infrastructure I still face the same problem.

Since it's been over a year I thought I'd see if anyone has come up with any people have any new ideas for me?




Re: Cisco Prime NCS Mapping Question

We still use WC'S. This only displays a warming, not an error.
Maybe there is a campus setting to enable overlapping buildings?

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