CW LMS 2.2

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Michael Schubbert, Jan 19, 2004.

  1. Yes, V6.0
    1000 times :)
     
    Michael Schubbert, Feb 1, 2004
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  2. Michael Schubbert

    Brian V Guest

    Good, lasts the latest for it.
    I thought so, but I figured it was worth a shot.



    If your within 90days of buying the LMS2.2 upgrade you should be able to
    open a TAC case on it. Prettu much everything comes with 90days of support
    if you talk nicely to them on the phone.

    Have you tried the Network Profesional connection on CCO?

    http://forum.cisco.com/eforum/servlet/NetProf?page=main

    -Brian
     
    Brian V, Feb 1, 2004
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  3. Hi Brian,

    i think the problem is that a mib-var is not there in the 80x that should
    be.

    I did a debug snmp packet. On a 1601 i get

    ....
    cdpCacheEntry.3 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    cdpCacheEntry.4 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    cdpCacheEntry.6 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    cdpCacheEntry.7 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    cdpCacheEntry.8 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    cdpCacheEntry.9 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    Feb 3 08:07:32 cet: SNMP: Response, reqid 503273, errstat 0, erridx 0
    cdpCacheEntry.3.1.2 = 1
    cdpCacheEntry.4.1.2 = 0A FB 00 1B
    cdpCacheEntry.6.1.2 = Inter_Intra_Sw
    cdpCacheEntry.7.1.2 = FastEthernet0/17
    cdpCacheEntry.8.1.2 = cisco WS-C3548-XL
    cdpCacheEntry.9.1.2 = 00 00 00 0A
    cdpCacheEntry.3.2.7 = 1
    cdpCacheEntry.4.2.7 = 0A 01 70 16
    cdpCacheEntry.6.2.7 = Filmforum-Memelstr
    cdpCacheEntry.7.2.7 = Serial0
    cdpCacheEntry.8.2.7 = cisco 1601
    cdpCacheEntry.9.2.7 = 00 00 00 01
    cdpCacheEntry.4.1.2 = 0A FB 00 1B
    cdpCacheEntry.5.1.2 = Cisco Internetwork Operating System Software
    cdpCacheEntry.7.1.2 = FastEthernet0/17
    cdpCacheEntry.8.1.2 = cisco WS-C3548-XL
    cdpCacheEntry.9.1.2 = 00 00 00 0A
    cdpGlobal.1.0 = 1
    cdpCacheEntry.4.2.7 = 0A 01 70 16
    cdpCacheEntry.5.2.7 = Cisco Internetwork Operating System Software
    cdpCacheEntry.7.2.7 = Serial0
    cdpCacheEntry.8.2.7 = cisco 1601
    cdpCacheEntry.9.2.7 = 00 00 00 01
    cdpGlobal.2.0 = 60
    cdpCacheEntry.5.1.2 = Cisco Internetwork Operating System Software
    cdpCacheEntry.6.1.2 = Inter_Intra_Sw
    ....

    On the 801 i get for the same request:

    ciscoMgmt.23.1.2.1.1.3 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    ciscoMgmt.23.1.2.1.1.4 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    ciscoMgmt.23.1.2.1.1.6 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    ciscoMgmt.23.1.2.1.1.7 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    ciscoMgmt.23.1.2.1.1.8 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    ciscoMgmt.23.1.2.1.1.9 = NULL TYPE/VALUE
    Feb 3 08:04:07 cet: SNMP: Response, reqid 503259, errstat 0, erridx 0
    ciscoImageEntry.2.1 = CW_BEGIN$-gs-y6-mw$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.1 = CW_BEGIN$-gs-y6-mw$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.1 = CW_BEGIN$-gs-y6-mw$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.1 = CW_BEGIN$-gs-y6-mw$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.1 = CW_BEGIN$-gs-y6-mw$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.1 = CW_BEGIN$-gs-y6-mw$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.2 = CW_IMAGE$C800-Y6-MW$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.2 = CW_IMAGE$C800-Y6-MW$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.2 = CW_IMAGE$C800-Y6-MW$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.2 = CW_IMAGE$C800-Y6-MW$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.2 = CW_IMAGE$C800-Y6-MW$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.2 = CW_IMAGE$C800-Y6-MW$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.3 = CW_FAMILY$C800$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.3 = CW_FAMILY$C800$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.3 = CW_FAMILY$C800$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.3 = CW_FAMILY$C800$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.3 = CW_FAMILY$C800$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.3 = CW_FAMILY$C800$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.4 = CW_FEATURE$BASIC-IP6$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.4 = CW_FEATURE$BASIC-IP6$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.4 = CW_FEATURE$BASIC-IP6$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.4 = CW_FEATURE$BASIC-IP6$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.4 = CW_FEATURE$BASIC-IP6$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.4 = CW_FEATURE$BASIC-IP6$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.5 = CW_VERSION$12.1(5)T9, $
    ciscoImageEntry.2.5 = CW_VERSION$12.1(5)T9, $
    ciscoImageEntry.2.5 = CW_VERSION$12.1(5)T9, $
    ciscoImageEntry.2.5 = CW_VERSION$12.1(5)T9, $
    ciscoImageEntry.2.5 = CW_VERSION$12.1(5)T9, $
    ciscoImageEntry.2.5 = CW_VERSION$12.1(5)T9, $
    ciscoImageEntry.2.6 = CW_MEDIA$UNKNOWN$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.6 = CW_MEDIA$UNKNOWN$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.6 = CW_MEDIA$UNKNOWN$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.6 = CW_MEDIA$UNKNOWN$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.6 = CW_MEDIA$UNKNOWN$
    ciscoImageEntry.2.6 = CW_MEDIA$UNKNOWN$


    when i do a snmpwalk to mib "... 23.1.2.1.1.4" the entry is not there in the
    801.

    I found on http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/477/Campus/ani.shtml (a good
    link for troubleshooting ANI)

    # snmpwalk <switch2> 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.23.1.2.1.1.4
    no MIB objects contained under subtree.
    If the missing device is not listed, you might be running into a bug in the
    SNMPagent. Try upgrading to the latest software version on the neighboring
    device.

    I have some ver of the 801-ios. Nothing work.

    Which ios do you have, that works??

    Thanks
    Michael
     
    Michael Schubbert, Feb 3, 2004
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  4. Michael Schubbert

    Brian V Guest

    Mornign Mike,

    All that I have dealt with (a couple hundred of em) have been 12.2x and
    12.3x, all with ip/fw/3des. I don't have any of the "sho vers" from them, I
    do have a few config backups which tell me the main trains...12.2 and 12.3

    Try grabing the latest, 12.3.5b

    -Brian
     
    Brian V, Feb 3, 2004
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  5. For now, i give up.

    At cisco.com there is no cdp-mib for any 801-IOS. i do a complete snmp walk
    for a 1601 that works and a 801 that does not work. both are central side
    and both are on the same switch. the 1601 has the cdpCacheEntry mib and
    there is the switch and the other remote 1601. the 801 has not any entry for
    the cdp neighbors, there is no chance to get the info for cdp neighbors with
    snmp. i don't know, how CW-ANI will get the info. the only way i see is to
    telnet to the device and to do a "show cdp neigh det". my CW-ANI don't do
    this. CW-RME telnet to the device but its not its work to get the cdp infos.

    perhaps i have the time in the future to set up cw new on a clean machine
    and to test again. perhaps i can get a sniffer-trace file of the discovery
    of a working 801er.

    Thanks for now Brian.
    Michael
     
    Michael Schubbert, Feb 9, 2004
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