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Post 11.5 SNMP Central No Longer available

06 Trekker

Post 11.5 SNMP Central No Longer available

After upgrading to Prognosis 11.5 the SNMP Central display that was used for stand alone Cisco gateways no longer is available on the web interface.  I have attempted to republish it, but it does not stick.  I can use the CiscoDev component, but I see no way to show up / down devices using this display.  Was the SNMP Central Display depreciated in this upgrade?  Is there a formal replacement?  If so where can I get it?  If not, how can I enahance the CiscoDEV display to show device up/down status?

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Re: Post 11.5 SNMP Central No Longer available

Hey @Cedric_Jackson , did you have SNMP Central display as part of an extended solution? When you say you republish it, you have the display package in 'My Displays & Configurations' directory? What error do you get or what is the behavior when you say 'it doesn't stick?'


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Shoaib
06 Trekker

Re: Post 11.5 SNMP Central No Longer available

I've been using SNMP Device Central Display for a few years.  It worked like a charm until last week when I upgraded to 11.5.

Now SNMP display throws an error.

 

Display: Snmp Device Central - All Routers

 

RECORD NOT LICENSED FOR THIS SYSTEM... \CATL0AS1266Smiley FrustratedNMPDEVI

The screen definition which you have displayed contains a RECORD which you

do not have a Prognosis License for.

 

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Re: Post 11.5 SNMP Central No Longer available

Hey @Cedric_Jackson ,

 

it could be that you were using extended solution and upgrade broke the solution? If you open the display in thick client and can't see the record (greyed out), that would mean that upgrade deleted those record definition files and your collector is broken as well. If you still have the package, you'd need to re-deploy the package.


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Thanks,
Shoaib
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