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CiscoWorks_Supported Network Devices

CiscoWorks_Supported Network Devices

CiscoWorks_Supported Network Devices

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At the CiscoWorks, is there the capability to find out a short list of the supported type of Network Devices?  
There are some cases where a specific type of Cisco device (e.g. the catalyst switch 6504) could not be fully configured by the LMS (version 2.5.1). For example the function “Device Credential Verification” (by the RME module) produces a verification list report where all the 6504 devices have the Read/Write community strings & telnet at failed state. When you make a double –click at the “failed” it is appeared the following message: “Info: Device Not Supported”. Is that related with a lack of the appropriate MIB at the LMS management system?  

RE: CiscoWorks_Supported Network Devices

I have not seen any such list.  It seems to me, that it is difficult getting any information about this product.  I am still frustrated that it does not yet support IE 7 and they have no plans to add support for IE 7 till the next release, which they can't indicate when that should be expected.  The product has sooooo much potential, if they would just put a little bit of effort into it.

Dan

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