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I am unable to find detailed logs from CSPS discovery job. Under Log Prefrences is "debug" selected for Discovery. Where can I find job logs in CLI? Is there some separate log file for every Job process?
My OSPF neigbors are not discovered, so I would like to investigate discovery logs for details.
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I thing, there is problem with OSPF and vrf-lite. I see only OSPF neighbours (using SNMP request) behind interfaces without "ip vrf forwarding" command.
I need to modify my cisco snmp settings and use "snmp context" :-)
If you are running an snmp-server instance per VRF then you can try to create a single SNMP context and map each snmp-server VRF instance to that context. To test if that context will report all your OSPF neighborships you can use the -N flag with snmpwalk to define the context name.
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Hello maybe there is a misunderstanding here, I believe you are saying that on the managed device list is only showing devices that can reach SNMP. There is by design you may learn a device exist via ping or protocol but it can only be managed by SNMP. SNMP reach-ability is required. Please lets know if the devices you are trying to discover do have access to SNMP.