I am relatively new to Cisco, and was handed Cisco Prime to basically learn on my own. So please bear with me if I am missing something obvious. I have the Archive Summary Report, and it shows 26 devices that failed to backup. Basically the lines read as follows
Device Name : Config Type : File Type : Accessed at : Description Whatever : PRIMARY : RUNNING : Aug 6, 2012 : SSH: Failed to establish SSH connection to xx.xx.xxx.xx - Cause: Authentication failed on device 3 times. TELNET: Failed to establish TELNET connection to xx.xx.xxx.xx - Cause: Connection timed out.
All lines are the same outside of the last statement varying from timed out to Connection refused. Config types vary between PRIMARY & VLAN
File types vary between RUNNING & STARTUP
When I acess the device in prime and use the Reachability status I get the following.
Since SSHv2 is setup shouldn't Telnet, SSHv1 automatically be removed from the report as failed? What am I missing? Are these devices actually getting connection or not?
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