I've populated my LMS v4.1 device database with all our managed devices (192.168.x.x). When I go to 'FAULT NOTIFICATION GROUP' and I must select either the nodes or groups that are associated with this this group, certain nodes are not appearing in the list where I must add them to the group.
As another test, I've created a 'USER DEFINED GROUP' and added all the nodes into it (including the ones I did not see in my prior test). When I add the "UDG" to the 'FNG", most of the are listed int he "Group Subscription Summary" but not all nodes.
I am running LMS v4.1 on Windows 2008.
I suspect it has something to do with the status of the device but I'm still trying to figure it out.
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