The reason the Express Setup will not go away and the Device Manager will not come back is the Device Manager is simply not in the new code. If you look in the html/ directory, all that's there are the files for the Express Setup.
I was able to get the Device Manage back by doing a little bit of mix and match between the codes. I installed the latest c3750-ipserviceslmk9-tar.122-55.SE12.tar code bundle that was available which left me with only the Express Setup. I then did the following to move the html directory out of the way and get rid of the Express Setup.
rename flash:/c3750-ipservicesk9-mz.122-55.SE12/html flash:/c3750-ipservicesk9-mz.122-55.SE12/html.bak
I then went back to Cisco's firmware download page and browsed through the older revisions. Back at version 12.2.55-SE1(ED) there is a file for IP SERVICES WITH WEB BASED DEV MGR called c3750-ipservicesk9-tar.122-55.SE1.tar . Perfect. I downloaded that to my system, extracted it, and took a look in the html directory. There are all the files to run the Device Manager. I archived that html directory into html.tar and put it on my tftp server.
Back on the switch, I did
copy tftp://<tftpd-address>/html.tar flash:/c3750-ipservicesk9-mz.122-55.SE12/
And then I extracted it:
archive tar /xtract flash:/c3750-ipservicesk9-mz.122-55.SE12/html.tar flash:/c3750-ipservicesk9-mz.122-55.SE12/
Once it was done extracting I now had a html/ directory with the complete Device Manager.
I browsed to the switch IP address and the Device Manager was all there.
Finally I clean up a bit:
Now, I'll caveat this by saying it's possible there have been fixes in the newer revisions that won't work properly with this older version of the Device Manager but so far from clicking around it seems to work for me.
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hello Thomas, in order to understand the difference between both output, i would highly recommend you to go through the following mentioned example: the output of the show version indicate the physical amount of memory... however, the following mentioned memory summary indicate the >>>>>> allocated + total == process memeory... Router>show memory summary
Head Total (b) Used (b) Free (b) Lowest (b) Largest (b)
Processor 60AB4ED0 5550384 2082996 3467388 3464996 3454608
I/O 40000000 16777216 1937280 14839936 14839936 14838908 Total = the total amount of memory available after the system image loads and builds its data structures. Used = the amount of memory currently allocated. Free = the amount of memory currently free. Lowest = the lowest amount of free memory recorded by the router since it was last booted. Largest = the largest free memory block currently available. Here is what you can learn from the show processes memory command output: Router>show processes memory
Total: 3149760, Used: 2334300, Free: 815460
PID TTY Allocated Freed Holding Getbufs Retbufs Process
0 0 226548 1252 1804376 0 0 *Initialization*
0 0 320 5422288 320 0 0 *Scheduler*
0 0 5663692 2173356 0 1856100 0 *Dead*
1 0 264 264 3784 0 0 Load Meter
2 2 5700 5372 13124 0 0 Virtual Exec
3 0 0 0 6784 0 0 Check heaps
4 0 96 0 6880 0 0 Pool Manager
5 0 264 264 6784 0 0 Timers Allocated = the total amount of bytes that have been allocated by the process since the router booted... Total = the total amount of memory available after the system image loads and builds its data structures. so if you add the above allocated memory to the Total amount of memory, this should be equal to the process Pool >>> physical Dram... please refer to the following link for more info: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/ps1831/products_tech_note09186a00800a6f3a.shtml hope this helps... thanks, /Osama
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hello please just copy/past the following mentioned config to your device this should work: switch(config)#monitor session 1 source interface gigabitethernet1/0/1 switch(config)#monitor session 1 destination interface ingress vlan 1
the SPAN destination port should be any interface that is not use on this switch... so, lets say that there is a port on the switch that is not connected to any device or end host, then you can use that port as destination SPAN port "where the wireshark should be connected to sniff the transmit and received traffic on port
gigabitethernet1/0/1"... here is a youtube vedio as practical example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=af4d_fAkwAY&feature=related hope this helps, regards /Osama
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