06-27-2012 06:00 PM
When performing Host Networking by SNMP I receive the following error message for a couple of devices:
<< Progress message, Severity: Warning>>
No host class defined for oid: '126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.896'. Please add the class name to the oidToHostClass.xml configuration file. SNMP description: Cisco IOS Software....
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The devices are named 6506_vss & 6509_vss; based on naming conventions in the environment I'm guessing the devices are involved in a virtual switching system and they are not fully qualified in RTSM (they remain generic nodes). Any way to get these network devices qualified properly?
More info: product is BSM 9.10, CP 10.02 deployed
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06-28-2012 10:44 AM
No, I was looking for an alternative solution and was hoping someone else had run into this problem or a similar one.
I'm not familiar with the process to do so and didn't want to cause more problems by performing surgery on an xml file when I am under-prepared.
06-28-2012 11:27 AM
This procedure (modifying the XML file) is a common one done thousands of times by different customers. You don't need to be a UCMDB expert to do it. But this is the only way to fix your issue. Create a copy before making any changes if you really fear to do it.
07-09-2012 11:23 AM
Thanks for helping me w/ the .xml file, I ended up adding this line to it:
<oidToHostClass class="switch" vendor="Cisco" model="VSS-1440" oid="184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.896" />
Basically I copied another line an entered the values I wanted into the fields. It worked except the switch still shows as a generic node in rtsm/cmdb. Should this have put it into the switch CI category or is there another way to accomplish that?