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LMS 4.0 vs CDP/3rd Party Support/License

ctychan
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Any idea on

1. For network discovery, does CDP must turn on in the network?  Or LMS 4.0 now is SNMP-based?

2. Any detail about 3rd party device support (Juniper/HP/etc)?  Can they be shown in topology map?

3. What is the device restriction on L-CWLMS-4.0-SBE?  (no chassis-based device?)

4. What kind of SNMP-based network management (i.e. HPOV) can be integrated with LMS?

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Joe Clarke
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1. Discovery supports many non-CDP modules such as ping sweeps, ARP cache lookups, and routing table lookups.  However, Topology Services still requires CDP to build interconnections between devices.

2. Yes, non-Cisco devices will show up on the Topology Map with a generic icon.

3. There is no restriction except it has a maximum of 50 devices.

4. The Fault component of LMS 4.0 can integrate with HPOV NNM.

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Joe Clarke
Hall of Fame Cisco Employee Hall of Fame Cisco Employee
Hall of Fame Cisco Employee

1. Discovery supports many non-CDP modules such as ping sweeps, ARP cache lookups, and routing table lookups.  However, Topology Services still requires CDP to build interconnections between devices.

2. Yes, non-Cisco devices will show up on the Topology Map with a generic icon.

3. There is no restriction except it has a maximum of 50 devices.

4. The Fault component of LMS 4.0 can integrate with HPOV NNM.

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