My topology maps shows a lot "RED" links. Above image shows an example.A link shows error is explained. Location 1 is connected to location 2 where link speed mismatch is shown by Topology map - link report.
Now actually when i login to these two devices, they are connected to each other but none of the port is on 10 Mbps. more over, it shows Gig port to Fa port & on the other device it shows port 22 (actually its port 20.)
I am attaching same image for reference
It seems you have some bad data in the ANI database. First, make sure you have the latest Campus service pack applied (i.e. CM 5.1.4). You can get this under Common Services > Software Center > Software Update. Once CM 5.1.4 is installed, reinitialize the ANI database with the following command:
NMSROOT/bin/perl NMSROOT/bin/dbRestoreOrig.pl dsn=ani dmprefix=ANI
Then run a new Campus Data Collection, and your map should be consistent with the actual network links.
I have checked with my LMS. it shows 5.1.3 version of CM. Now when i upgrade it to 5.1.4 and reinitialize ANI DB,
1. Will my Endhost table, Device repository & Topology MAP will be rmain as it is ?
2. CM upgrade doc says it will clear all data. In that case, i fi restore last back up, everything written above (endhost, devices & MAP) will be restored or do we have to draw a topology map (re arranging device on map) once again ?
1. No. You will lose your UT and topology data. You can preserve your UT data by reinitializing only the topology portion with the command:
2. If you have a known good backup, restoring it should give you back a good topology map. The only data you would lose is the data collected between the time the backup was taken and when it was restored.
I wonder. i have not updated CM version to 5.1.4 & today when i have opened my Topology Maps, & i see my map is completely messed up.
I dont know how to restore ? i take daily backup of my LMS. I have last backup of 12/12/2009
I have already tried :
extracting CM backup folder's filebackup.tar & restores XML files to current NMS root (CSCOpx\campus\etc\users\myfloder ). its not working.