The table below reflects Cisco products that have been tested and offer enhanced support with Cisco OnPlus Service. In addition to the products below, OnPlus Service can discover and monitor many other Cisco and 3rd party devices. Links below point you to tips and constraints of specific devices with OnPlus Service. This list will be updated as additional devices are tested.
OnPlus 'Scanner' supported devices are listed below the ON100 Supported Devices Section.
OnPlus ON100 Supported Devices
Discovery: Cisco OnPlus Network Agent is able to discover the device on the network; CDP must be enabled for successful discovery and identification of IOS devices. For tricks and tips on best results in discovering devices with OnPlus check out Best Practices for Device Discovery with OnPlus.
Vanity Icon: Cisco OnPlus Service is able to represent devices that it discovers it with a device-specific icon
Info: Cisco OnPlus Service is able to identify and access the device with user-provided credentials to collect and display information about the device such as MAC Address, IP Address, serial number, pid vid, device model name, current firmware version, description and other devices attached to this device
Topology: Cisco OnPlus Service can query the device to find out information about connected devices, allowing one to correct the topology from the initial assumptions made by discovery
Backup/Restore: Cisco OnPlus Service is able to backup and restore the device configuration
Upgrade Firmware: Cisco OnPlus Service is able to load and update the firmware of a device
Remote Access: Cisco OnPlus Service is able to remotely connect to a device either by launching the management GUI or providing access to its command line shell
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