LMS 3.2 & Cat6500

MIBS, SMMPv1, SMMPv2, SMMPv3 and management
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LMS 3.2 & Cat6500

Post by Guest » Sat Dec 25, 2010 4:20 am

Hi All, Im currently experiencing some problems with RME 4.3.0 using LMS 3.2 on Win2k8 SP2, 64bit where inventory collection fails on cat6500 switches running 12.2(33)SXI3, Sup720. The jobs fails with the error "Device Collection Failed." Ive added ICserver.log. Device updates from CS fail to install because of a consistency check error. Ive added the logfile for this as well.  ============CS event log======================================Number of Packages Selected for Install : 18For Product(s) : Campus Manager,CiscoWorks Common Services,CiscoView,CiscoWorks Assistant,Device Fault Manager,LMS Portal,Integration Util                    ity,Resource Manager EssentialsInstall Invoked by user : vincentThe Package(s) Selected for Install :Cat2960, Cat3560, Cat3750, Cat4000IOS, CatGL3, IAD2400, LibInventory, LibSwim, Nexus, Rtr2900, Rtr3900, Rtr800, RtrUBR, SharedDcmaIOS, Sha                    redInventoryRouter, SharedSwim2900XL, SharedSwimIOS, SharedSwimMDS9000No package(s) to install for : Campus ManagerNo package(s) to install for : CiscoWorks Common ServicesNo package(s) to install for : CiscoViewNo package(s) to install for : CiscoWorks AssistantNo package(s) to install for : Device Fault ManagerNo package(s) to install for : LMS PortalNo package(s) to install for : Integration UtilityWARNING :  SharedSwimMDS9000(1.6.3):Consistency check failed for base package LibSwimNo package(s) to install for : Resource Manager Essentials============CS event log======================================

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Re:LMS 3.2 & Cat6500

Post by Guest » Sat Dec 25, 2010 5:26 am

Go to RME > Devices > Device Management > RME Devices, select your Cat6500, and click Edit Device Attributes.  Perform an inline edit, and change the SNMP timeout to 10 seconds.  Save your changes, then apply them on the previous screen.  Your inventory collection should work then.

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Re:LMS 3.2 & Cat6500

Post by Guest » Sat Dec 25, 2010 5:58 am

Yup, this seems to be the trick. Thanks! Cheers,Vincent

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