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RE: cisco works [7:75589] posted 12/11/2003
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Cisco's site says,

"You encountered an unsupported card error.
CiscoView displays the Unsupported Card or Unknown card error messages
instead of displaying the contents of the card when a device package does
not support the card. You might have to contact CCO and check the upgrade
planner for the device package. If the device package is supposed to support
the card, try upgrading the device package to the latest version from CCO."

Here's the link (watch for wrap):

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/cscowork/ps4565/products_getting_star
ted_guide_chapter09186a00800873ea.html

Shawn K.

-----Original Message-----
From: Lan Wong [mailto:cisco_lan@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2003 10:08 AM
To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: cisco works [7:75589]

Greeting,

When I go to Device Manager, Ciscoview and look at our 6509 switch, all the 
blades saids unsupported card. I've downloaded the latest patches but it 
didn't solve the problem.
Has anyone seen this? I appreciate any advice in correcting this problem.

Regards,

LW


>From: "Charles Huang" 
>Reply-To: "Charles Huang" 
>To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: Re: cisco works [7:75589]
>Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 16:46:32 GMT
>
>CiscoWorks is a very powerfull tool to document network, log changes,
>make global configuration change and monitor performance. However, it
>has a very confusion GUI if you don't know where the things are. You can
>read menus to get it work, but I recommand a training to take the full
>advantage of it.
>
>To give you a quick start,  assume you have CiscoWorks LMS, you need
>configure SNMP string on your routers/switches, Read only and Read Write
>strings are necessary to have CiscoWorks perform its function.  Then you
>configure your ANI server to discovery your network, you may want to put
>a "seed" device to start  with. By the way, it uses CDP, so you need CDP
>enabled on your network.
>
>After ANI server (or we say Campus Manager) discovered your network,
>you can sync the discovered device into Resource Essential Manager,
>which then can perform backup of your device configurations, check
>inventorys, and give you lots of useful reports.
>
>
>
> >>> "Marcin Miedziejko"  12/10/03 05:40AM >>>
>Hi !
>
>You need also to configure in CW
>
>username
>password
>enable password.
>
>Setting community rw is risk of security. I dont like click&go apps so
>i set
>ro community only . In this case i cant download and upload ios by cw.
>I
>always do it with commandline. Remember to tune your acl including
>only
>hosts which need snmp. Mayby there are fewer functions which require
>community rw, but i dont use it.
>
>Cody
>
>
>
>
>
>
>U?ytkownik ""Higgins, Andrew""  napisa3 w
>wiadomo6ci news:200309162309.h8GN9Kt8008140@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > It depends on the flavor of CiscoWorks your using.  CiscoWorks for
> > Windows, CiscoWorks LMS, CiscoWorks RWAN, and so on.  CiscoWorks for
> > Windows is a very basic management package that actually uses
>WhatsUP
> > Gold to monitor devices.  CiscoWorks LMS is an extremely robust
> > management application with multiple distinct components.  For both
>you
> > typically only need to define "snmp-server community" parameters for
> > read and write communities and tell CiscoWorks what the community
>names
> > are.  Further than that the documentation might be more helpful with
> > getting started unless you have a more specific problem.
> >
> > Andrew
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Stephen Neville [mailto:snev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> > Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2003 6:27 PM
> > To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Subject: cisco works [7:75589]
> >
> >
> > can some one please tell me how or point me to a link where I can
>find
> > out how to tell Cisco routers and switches to use Cisco works.  What
> > commands do I need to use.  Another thing is how do I set up the
>server
> > to find the switches and routers any help would be appreciated.
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Stephen
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