Before you can configure monitoring CMM must discover the devices in the monitored network. You can discover routers, or optionally, routes and switches. See Discovery, page 6-1.
You can run six types of multicast discovery:
•Core/Enterprise Discovery/Contiguous —Use Core/Enterprise Discovery/Contiguous to perform contiguous discovery of PIM-enabled devices in your core/enterprise network.
See Core/Enterprise Discovery/Contiguous, page 6-4.
•Core/Enterprise Discovery/Core + CE—Use Core/Enterprise Discovery/Core + CE to discover the multicast devices in your core/enterprise network.
See Core/Enterprise Discovery/Core + CE, page 6-5.
•Distributed Network Discovery/CE-PE Mapping—Use Distributed Network Discovery to discover the customer sites using Customer Edge (CE) devices and associated Provider Edge (PE) devices in a distributed network such as an IP/MPLS network.
See Distributed Network Discovery/CE-PE Mapping, page 6-7.
•Distributed Network Discovery/PE Only—Use Distributed Network Discovery to discover the customer sites using Provider Edge (PE) devices in a distributed network such as an IP/MPLS network.
See Distributed Network Discovery/PE Only, page 6-9.
•Distributed Network Discovery/P2MP—Use Distributed Network Discovery/P2MP to discover the customer sites in a distributed network that uses Point-to-Multipoint (P2MP) Traffic Engineering over a TE tunnel, such as a MPLS/P2MP network.
See Distributed Network Discovery/P2MP, page 6-10.
•Single Device Discovery—After you have run Core Enterprise or Distributed Network discovery, use Single Device Discovery to discover a single device or a device and its adjacent PIM neighbors.
See Single Device Discovery, page 6-12.