We are running LMS 4.2.1 and it is reporting a vulnerability stating that MOP is enabled on Cisco 7206 Router. However I am not able to apply the suggested fix "NO MOP ENABLED" on all ethernet interfaces. Router model and IOS running on the device is mentioned below,
ROUTER: Cisco 7206 NPE-G1
"show process | include MOP" and/or "show subsys name mop*" doesn't show anything in theoutput. Which means the MOP code is not part of the IOS.
If MOP code is not a part of the IOS, then why is LMS reporting mentioned vulnerability? Please clarify.
I am able to apply the same command in the Router running with the following,
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