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We have done a discover using the ip range method. The result is that we see multiple entries (up to 55 entries) for a host, in the managed devices. The devices in questions are Nexus 7K with multiple SVIs; and each SVI being an entry. What's a best practice in order to have only one entry, in managed devices, for Nexus 7K devices having multiple SVIs/IPs?
Hi guys. Our customer is trying to access its Smart Portal for the first time (services.cisco.com) in order to register a collector, but the page "jump" to another page (attached). He tried to use another browser without success. Do you have an idea ...
Does anyone know how long it takes to add a new administrator to the Cisco Services Access Management tool, so that this administrator can start using the SNTC portal? I am the Delegated Administrator and have added a colleague in the Cisco...
Smart Net Total Care Comprehensive View will be Removed
Due to changes in architecture, the ability to set report preferences to “comprehensive view” will no longer be available in the Smart Net Total Care portal after April 5, 2019.
In the ...
Announcing Cisco Services API Availability!
The Smart Net Total Care Services APIs are now available to all customers and partners. The Customer, Alerts, and Inventory APIs are now in our production environment for you to use.
What’s available for ...
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