When they show up like that it means that cisco doesn't put the model number into the standard OID (18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124). They seem to be the most inconsistent vendor I have seen regarding what kind of values they put into that field...
Here is a KB on how to set up your own version of the details poller to check a different OID for the machine type
Year I see your point here, but trying to make your own poller I am not able to find all info that I would like.
But the strange thing is that the things that I cannot find, the default node detail can find.
On step 13 of that KB they list out the oids they use to find the values in the default poller, the only tricky one is the Vendor because they normally do that based on a list they have mapping sysobjectid to vendors.
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Following this instruction: Configure Vendor/Machine type when Orion is unable to detect it - SolarWinds Worldwide, LLC. Help and Support,
on step 13, for "Software Version" and "Software Image" you will have to select the same OID for "Description" (126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52) and also use "Add calculated value" to extract only the "Software Version" and "Software Image" parts from "Description":
The code I used for "Software Version" is:
SubString([sysDescr], IndexOf([sysDescr],'Version ') + 8, IndexOf([sysDescr],'Technical Support:') - IndexOf([sysDescr],'Version ') - 8)
and for "Software Image" is:
SubString([sysDescr], IndexOf([sysDescr],'Software (') + 10, IndexOf([sysDescr],', Version')-IndexOf([sysDescr],'Software (') - 11)
I also posted the poller of "Cisco Catalyst 93xx Stack" on THWACK if you want to download