0 Replies Latest reply on Feb 11, 2017 9:14 AM by greenhornet

    Configure engineid using NCM for Cisco SG-500 wireless

    greenhornet

      Hi,

       

      I'm trying to roll out a simple configuration using pre-configured jobs within NCM function of solarwinds.

       

      This configuration should define an snmp-server engineid on a cisco sg-500 however there is a line within the command script which is causing me issues.

       

      The configuration script is below in black bold:

       

      Conf t

      snmp-server engineid local default

       

      Y

       

      Y

       

      end

       

      copy run start

      Y

       

      show snmp engineid

       

       

      The configuration below shows two confirmation questions within the cisco software: both require a [Y] response. You can see the first Y is accepted against question "Do ou wish to continue ? (Y/N)[N]".

      The second Y is not accepted agianst the question "Do ou wish to continue? (Y/N)[N]" thus resulting in the default N response. This aborts the command snmp-server engineID local.

       

      Has anyone used NCM configuration jobs to apply an engineid to a Cisco sg-500 sucessfully by overcomming these confirming questions?

      Is there a character I should use within the configuration script which is missing to approve the "continue?" question?

       

      Conf t

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        snmp-server engineid local default

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        The engine-id must be unique within your administrative domain.

       

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        Y

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        Do ou wish to continue ? (Y/N)[N] Y

        The SNMPv3 database will be erased.

         Do ou wish to continue? (Y/N)[N] N  <<<<< this is the line!!

        The 'snmp-server engineID local' command is aborted.

       

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        Y

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        % Unrecognized command

       

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        end

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        copy run start

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        Y