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LMS4.0/IPM: can't configure a dns collector

ebezombes
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Hi,

Customer has lms 4.0 on windows.

He can't create a dns collector on IPM :

ipm.bmp

ipm2.bmp

When we look at config device, device supports dns collector:

device_name #sho ip sla mon app

        IP Service Level Agreement Monitor

Version: Round Trip Time MIB 2.2.0, Infrastructure Engine-II

Time of last change in whole IP SLA Monitor: 10:50:17.069 METDST Wed Apr 20 2011

Estimated system max number of entries: 30321

Estimated number of configurable operations: 30320

Number of Entries configured  : 1

Number of active Entries      : 0

Number of pending Entries     : 0

Number of inactive Entries    : 1

        Supported Operation Types

Type of Operation to Perform: dhcp

Type of Operation to Perform: dns

Type of Operation to Perform: echo

Type of Operation to Perform: frameRelay

Type of Operation to Perform: ftp

Type of Operation to Perform: http

Type of Operation to Perform: jitter

Type of Operation to Perform: pathEcho

Type of Operation to Perform: pathJitter

Type of Operation to Perform: slm atm interface

Type of Operation to Perform: slm atm pvc

Type of Operation to Perform: slm controller

Type of Operation to Perform: slm frame-relay interface

Type of Operation to Perform: slm frame-relay pvc

Type of Operation to Perform: slm interface

Type of Operation to Perform: tcpConnect

Type of Operation to Perform: udpEcho

Type of Operation to Perform: voip

IP SLA Monitor low memory water mark: 41392015

Many thanks for your help,

Elisabeth

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Joe Clarke
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There is no default DNS operation because a DNS operation requires one to specify the DNS server.  Before DNS will show up in the create collectors interface, you must create a new DNS operation under Monitor > Performance Settings > IPSLA > Operations.

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