This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by James on 2015-01-16
I am trying to model a Cisco 9010 but have come across two issues. First is the bay numbering. It has 10 bays starting at 0 but two of the slots are named RSP-0 and RSP-1 and sit it what would be described as slot 4 and 5, picture below. The bays are physically labelled on the chassis as 0-3, RSP-0, RSP-1, 4-7. Is there anyway to rename the bay numbers?
The second issue is this has modular line cards, so in slot two you could have two different modules. The only option I can see is to have it as a half and full height chassis but this doubles the slot numbers resulting in 20 bays which is not correct.
This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Søren Bruncke Mikkelsen on 2015-01-16
Currently as you also experience it is not possible to model this exact model from Cisco.
I think you have found that it is possible to set the start numbering to 0 in the physical properties of the chassis.
Other than that it seems like you have tried the different combinations of half/full height.
We are aware of the missing modelling capabilities of some enclosure models and I will make sure this specific model is part of that.
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