We have two ACE4710 in a failover configuration with Software version A4(2.0). SNMP is setup and the receiver is able to receive SNMP traps.The issue is we are receiving a linkDown trap notification at least once every other day, followed shortly by a linkUp notification a minute later. We have checked all layer 2 devices connected to the ACE and cannot see any evidence that any link actually disconnected. We experienced no traffic lost, but this could be because a couple of the ACE links are bundled. The trap notification does not actually indicate which interface changed status. All links are Gigabits, and there are no packet drops either on the ACE or the layer 2 switch.
I am in the process of testing VA5(1.2) version of ACE on ACE4710 appliance.I did redundnacy configuration and it is working fine.I have done the snmp configuration and SNMP trap receiver is able to recieve traps like link up/down, so it proves that SNMP configuration is working fine, but i am not able to generate the SNMP trap notification for "clrRedundancyStateChange".I tried two things:
1) Via CLI, ran the command "ft switchover all" and i could see redundancy state changes.
2) Powered down Active 4710 appliance and standby ACE 4710 appliance taking over as Active.
However, none of the above could generate the trap clrRedundancyStateChange. how this trap can be generated? In snmp-server enable traps commands doesn't have any option for enabling FT related traps.
The below is the display that I get on the screen when i boot the device.There are two error's one is when the daughter card is found and device give us login access after which it reboot’s. The second is stated below (this is a screen copy of the error)
INIT: version 2.85 booting/mnt/cf/TN-CONFIG on /TN-CONFIG type ext3 (rw,sync,loop=/dev/loop0)/mnt/cf/TN-CERTKEY-STORAGE on /TN-CERTKEY-STORAGE type ext3 (rw,sync,loop=/dev/loop1)/mnt/cf/TN-LOGFILE on /TN-LOGFILE type ext3 (rw,sync,loop=/dev/loop2)/mnt/cf/TN-HOME on /TN-HOME type ext3 (rw,sync,loop=/dev/loop3)/mnt/cf/TN-COREFILE on /TN-COREFILE type ext3 (rw,sync,loop=/dev/loop4)insmod: error inserting [Code]...
I need to setup new ACE 4710 device , after referring to "Establishing a Console Connection on the ACE" i had managed to set up initial console connection. During installtion i had configured vlan (default vlan 1000) , interface ip adess& subnet mask.
Post initial config i understand i should be able to open' Device Manager GUI Login Window' but it is not opening.I also need inputs on setting 4710 for the telnet connection
I am configuring a load balancer from cisco, a ACE 4710.Load blancing is completely new to me, and i am unexpereinced in this field. It has to be configured for a customer that want to load balance HTTP and RTSP traffic over 4 application servers (Back-end),I searched alot on google for possible solutions, and got RTSP in some way to work, but http wont work says my customer.
I'm setting up an ACE 4710 in our test lab before deploying in production. Do the test web servers I am using need to use the ACE as their default gateway? The are currently configured to use a multilayer switch on their vlan as their gateway but I'm guessing the ACE needs to see the return traffic for load balancing to work correctly?
i have a 4710 appliance (one armed) and i am load balancing with two webservers. In the URL, there are links that need to be redirected to https:
i am using the
rserver redirect REDIRECT-TO-HTTPS[URL]
The https is working but i have a problem. when i access the Main link "first" it is redirected to https to the Main link.But if i access one of the Sublinks directly(without having to click on the main link first) the page is redirected to https but to the Main Link. i have to click the Sublink again in order to get the page.How can i redirect to https and stay on the same page? What might be the general link in the webserver-redirection?
We are having issues with our Cisco ACE 4710, it suddenly stopped to telnet admin context.We are able to telnet another context from the same appliance, but unable to telnet the admin context. Is possible to pings the gateways from the other contexts, but we are not able to ping the gateway from the admin context.Actual we have 5 context with the minimum allocation is 10%.ACL and policy map allowing telnet and etc are enable and configured on the interface.
We want to mask part of the path prefix to hide development content: For example: the site(s) are: [URL]However we don't want anything with acme showing...so we would want the loadbalanced url to be: [URL] ...for requests and responses. I think this would be an http re-write request/response scenario?Is this possible to configure this on the ACE Device? We've got the load balance configuration down...not sure how to do this re-write type scenario?
I'm looking for a way to configure Cisco ACE4710 loadbalancer to bypass traffic that is initiated from server side to Internet?Are there any way to configure this, so that the loadbalancer will not maintain session for this bypass traffic to maximize throughput?
I am seeing SNMP coldstart traps that either are delayed by many hours or are false (e.g. right after receiving the coldstart trap a query to sysUptime shows the nodes been up for days).I seen this twice this week in a new network environment for me for two different C2900s running C2900-UNIVERSALK9-M Version 15.0(1)M3 Assuming the coldstart traps are coming from the actual source nodes, I am curious what could be going on here.
1) One guess I have is possibly the system clock changed could cause the SNMP agent to send a false cold start trap. Then my guess is in the device log I should see a system time change syslog message.
2) I recall hearing once that syslog and possible traps messages are held in configurable buffer who default value is 1 and if not sent are held and then suffer a delayed sent. Is it true for both traps and syslog ? In the past I assumed this was simply the logging history buffer and applicable to syslog traps only. My assumption in the past was that last trap or last syslog message is sometimes held on reload and sent immediately after restart regardless of device connectivity to the management target.
I always assumed coldstart traps are never delayed for any reason and that they were pretty accurate substitutes for system reload syslog messages. Does anyknow know any reason for false or delayed coldstart traps on a C2900 with IOS 15.0(1) ?
Upgraded LMS to 4.1. Yep basically reinstalled. However I can't remember how I did a couple of thing on the original system.
I am trying to take the traps from the Cisco equipment to the LMS and generate e-mail. How do I take the incoming traps (Crit and Warning) and send an e-mail alarm. I'll plan to control what to trap on at the Cisco Equipment.
SNMP trap is set from a fan fault, the Cisco send a trap to the LMS. Now I want take that trap and forward via an email.
I have been reading the admin documentation on "Notification and Action Setting". I see how to take the Cisco LMS created trap and email alarm. (In this case I need a specific trap that LMS did not have.) I see how to take Cisco Traps and resend them to other NMS.
I have not used the ACS5.1 yet so watch out for the easy questions
1) Is it possible to generate report for the users who are inactive for say last 30 days? Customer is looking to audit these users to see if they really need access to any device.
2) Are there any known issues while assigning the priviligaes level to users. In current implementation of this customer users are always logged into priv 1 though they are assigning the priv level of 5. I understand with ACS 4.x we can enable the exec process and assign the priv under user/group policy. What are the configurations that customer might be possiby missing in this case?
3) Is there any SNMP or other notification available in ACS 5.1 where admin can be notified at the time a particulat set of user logs in.
We are implementing fault management tool and for that we need information such as what type of traps are being triggered by router on what events..currently we have BGP, interface,reachability,h/w,syslog,authfail,config, trap types configured..All these are hitting in our fm tool but I need to know when these traps are being triggered by router.more importantly authfail, config, syslog, bgp.
How to prepare my network for snmp,currently i don't have SNMP configured with community,so what is the requirement for that?what server i need to configure in order to receive SNMP traps coz last time i had issue ,one of my tunnels (terminated on asa 5510) goes down for 2 hours and i didn't realized that
I want to be able to send snmp traps to my NMS alerting our NOC to when we reach our configured max-associations on an ap. We currently use both 1130 AG and 1140-2N in autonomous mode, no controller. I have found a debug command "debug dot11 station connection failure" and the output of a test AP shows us the fact that the maximum number was reached. I need to find if it is possible to trap on such information.
Now I'm trying to write software that get information from Syslog message, but I'm facing with the problem about getting statistic of client de-authenticated in a WLC (Software Version: 18.104.22.168), because I cannot find any log about this information on WLC except only this SNMP trap:
Tue Aug 23 09:52:28 2011Client Deauthenticated: MACAddress:00:xx:77:2c:06:db Base Radio MAC:00:xx:5d:0c:fc:30 Slot: 0 User Name: unknown Ip Address: 10.2xx.47.15 Reason:Unspecified ReasonCode: 1
So, is there any way that I can configure WLC to convert this SNMP trap to send to Syslog server as a normal Syslog message?
I have Cisco 2960's, 3750's and 3750x's all running IOS on the access layer. I have Cisco 6504's running IOS on the Distribution and Core layers. I am looking to monitor redundant links through Spectrum by having specific ports send traps but I have run into trouble finding how to configure it. I would like to have:
1. Logging enabled for all links (Fiber and Copper) so that I see all links up/down messages in the syslog 2. SNMP traps sent for linkup/link down messages only for redundant links (ex. Dual Up links from Access Layer or Redundant Ether channel Links on Dist Layer) 3. SNMP traps should be ignored/not sent for all copper ports.
Report run via Individual Web server URL’sThe report takes less than 20 minutes (average 15 minutes) to fetch and return the data. This is observed 9 out of 10 times.Report run via ACE Load Balanced URLThe report keeps on running for more than 20 minutes and never completes. The front end keeps showing report is running.The data in general when tested directly by running queries against the database (bypassing the platform) completes in 15-18 minutesThe network connectivity for each and every ports involved (Loadbalancer/Servers) have been throulgly checked.
i'm looking for a recommendation for a setup guide including ft i've had a quick look a wiki and i can get basics but i'm not sure about if i need to setup additional contexts etc when i'm the only one using the appliance?
I have an issue with a customer that wants to update a server behind the ACE. The problem is that when the application wants to update the server it does it with the name.Doing some research I found that you can rewrite the record DNS based on the static NAT you set up on the ACE. The feature is called DNS inspection. Is the same feature as the ASA (DNS doctoring).I apply it to the outside interface and it did not work.