The Cisco CLI Analyzer is a standalone SSH client infused with Cisco TAC Intellectual Capital, and is available for Windows and Mac OS X platforms.
The TAC Data Collection tool is part of the CLI Analyzer and allows automatic collection of diagno...
The Cisco CLI Analyzer is a smart SSH and telnet client with internal TAC tools and knowledge integrated.
Version 2.0.0 released on March 17th 2016 now supports IOS-XR.
You can download it from:
There are 2 main feature...
There is a new behavior introduced by CSCse46790 which should be introduced soon (5.1.2 and above) but we still need to understand how XR behaves in previous releases.There are 2 scenarios where this problem comes into the pictures:Non local ARP ent...
IntroductionMulticastPIM Source Specific Multicast (SSM)PIM Sparse Mode (SM)PIM Sparse Mode with Anycast RPBidirectional PIM (Bidir)
This document will assume that the reader knows very litle about multicast in general and we will ...
No, there's no device contract coverage check for the File Analysis tool nor for the other tools.
That contract coverage check is used to decide whether you are able to open a case for that device.
Does the tool detect that it's connected to an IOS-XR device type in the bottom right corner ?
If not, then you can click on the reload button (still at the bottom right). The tool will try to detect the platform again and if it detects ...
We'll add "show drops" and the NCS6K asic-errors to our roadmap.
If there's a TAC engineer to code a diagnostic signature for CSCuv34332, then the tool will be clever enough to know that the link error counts should be ignored. ;-)