Ciscoworks LMS 3.0 RME has a feature called Collection Failure Notification. This feature provide you to configure the receipt of Trap messages by the host(s) mentioned in the env.properties file on Inventory Collection or Config Fetch failure. This Trap is sent for each device from the RME server whenever the collection does not happen.
The destination IP address to which the traps are to be sent can be configured in the env.properties file. This file is available under this location:
where NMSROOT is the actual CiscoWorks install directory.
Fig: Collection Failure Notification Wizard in CiscoWorks RME.
This variable in env.properties file allows you to configure the destination IP addresses for the receipt of trap messages. The initial value assigned to this variable is DEFAULT. Replace this DEFAULT with the IP address of the host(s) to which the Trap messages need to be sent. You can specify comma-separated IP addresses to which the trap messages are to be sent.
You can set 10.10.10.10 as the destination IP Address to receive trap messages.
NOTIFY_IP = 10.10.10.10
You can set 10.10.10.10, 184.108.40.206, and 220.127.116.11 as the destination IP Addresses to receive trap messages.
NOTIFY_IP = 10.10.10.10,18.104.22.168,22.214.171.124
This variable in env.properties file allows you to configure the destination Port number to which the trap messages are to be sent. The initial value assigned to this variable is 162 and it is the default value. You can change this port number if you want to assign anyother port to receive Trap messages. Trap 162 is the recommended port to receive trap messages.
You can set port 164 as the destination Port to receive the trap messages.
NOTIFY_PORT = 164
Any third party Trap receivers in the host(s) mentioned in the env.properties can receive the Trap messages on Config collection/Inventory collection failure.
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