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LMConfig and Reporting on ConfigSources

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Hi Guys,

We just implemented LMConfig and I'm trying to run a report to see what devices do not have the IOS configuration successfully downloaded. We have some legacy equipment still not Configured for SSH and TACACS accounts. so I'm trying to get out of having to manually hunting through all our devices to determine what ones need SSH configured and what ones need the TACACS account added. Even just being able to pull a report on all devices and what ones  have the ConfigSources - IOS Configs field would be a big help.  See attached pic for a visual

 

Cheers and Thanks in advance

Joel   

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@Joel - one of my colleagues here at LogicMonitor - @Antony Hawkins - has written a PropertySource that (via the LogicMonitor API) creates a device property called 'auto.activedatasources' and will contain all of the active datasources (or configsources) on a particular device.

You could grab that LogicModule from the community (link above) and then create dynamic groups within your account along the lines of:

IOS Configs Applied: (AppliesTo: auto.activedatasources =~ "Cisco_IOS") 

IOS Configs Not Applied: (AppliesTo: isCisco() && auto.activedatasources !~ "Cisco_IOS")

Here's what it looks like on a Palo Alto firewall:

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Cheers,

Kerry

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5 hours ago, Kerry DeVilbiss said:

@Joel - one of my colleagues here at LogicMonitor - @Antony Hawkins - has written a PropertySource that (via the LogicMonitor API) creates a device property called 'auto.activedatasources' and will contain all of the active datasources (or configsources) on a particular device.

You could grab that LogicModule from the community (link above) and then create dynamic groups within your account along the lines of:

IOS Configs Applied: (AppliesTo: auto.activedatasources =~ "Cisco_IOS") 

IOS Configs Not Applied: (AppliesTo: isCisco() && auto.activedatasources !~ "Cisco_IOS")

Here's what it looks like on a Palo Alto firewall:

image.thumb.png.c73097c192f4184c213ffe862cfff84c.png

Cheers,

Kerry

 

@Kerry thanks I will see if I can get this working in the next 2 weeks or so

Verry much appreciated 

cheers

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