Discovery is not skipping Cisco IP Phones

Hey everyone,

New to LibreNMS. I did a search for Cisco IP Phones on the forum, but couldn’t find any other threads about this. The documentation indicates that by default discovery is disabled for Cisco IP Phones via XDP. However, when running discovery.php -d, I’m seeing attempts to poll these devices as they’re discovered. Here’s a sample from one of the discovery attempts.

Any feedback or guidance will be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!
-Blake

.SQL[SELECT * FROM ports WHERE device_id = ? AND ifIndex = ? [18,10137] 1.49ms]

array (
‘cdpCacheAddressType’ => ‘1’,
‘cdpCacheAddress’ => ‘0A 1E 14 3A’,
‘cdpCacheVersion’ => ‘SCCP42.9-3-1SR2-1S’,
‘cdpCacheDeviceId’ => ‘SEP1CAA071049B8’,
‘cdpCacheDevicePort’ => ‘Port 1’,
‘cdpCachePlatform’ => ‘Cisco IP Phone 7962’,
‘cdpCacheCapabilities’ => ‘00 00 04 90’,
‘cdpCacheNativeVLAN’ => ‘0’,
‘cdpCacheDuplex’ => ‘3’,
‘cdpCacheLastChange’ => ‘3434833279’,
)
SQL[SELECT device_id FROM devices WHERE sysName=? OR hostname=? OR hostname=? OR ip=? [“SEP1CAA071049B8”,“SEP1CAA071049B8”,{“ip”:“10.30.20.58”,“cidr”:32,“host_bits”:32},"\n\u001

discovering SEP1CAA071049B8
name lookup of SEP1CAA071049B8 failed
SQL[insert into eventlog (device_id, reference, type, datetime, severity, message, username) values (?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?) [18,null,“discovery”,“2020-06-20 18:51:35”,5,"CDP d

discovering 10.30.20.58
ip lookup result: 10.30.20.58
SQL[SELECT COUNT(*) FROM devices WHERE hostname=? [“10.30.20.58”] 1.61ms]

SQL[select * from ipv4_addresses where ipv4_address = ? limit 1 [“10.30.20.58”] 2.01ms]

[FPING] ‘/usr/sbin/fping’ ‘-e’ ‘-q’ ‘-c’ ‘3’ ‘-p’ ‘500’ ‘-t’ ‘500’ ‘10.30.20.58’

response: {“xmt”:3,“rcv”:3,“loss”:0,“min”:2.01,“max”:2.1,“avg”:2.04,“dup”:0,“exitcode”:0}
SNMP Check response code: 1
SNMP[’/usr/bin/snmpget’ ‘-v2c’ ‘-c’ ‘COMMUNITY’ ‘-Oqv’ ‘-m’ ‘SNMPv2-MIB’ ‘-M’ ‘/opt/librenms/mibs’ ‘udp:HOSTNAME:161’ ‘sysObjectID.0’]

Timeout: No Response from udp:10.30.20.58:161.
SNMP Check response code: 1
SNMP[’/usr/bin/snmpget’ ‘-v3’ ‘-l’ ‘noAuthNoPriv’ ‘-n’ “” ‘-u’ ‘USER’ ‘-Oqv’ ‘-m’ ‘SNMPv2-MIB’ ‘-M’ ‘/opt/librenms/mibs’ ‘udp:HOSTNAME:161’ ‘sysObjectID.0’]

snmpget: Timeout (Sub-id not found: (top) -> sysObjectID)
SNMP Check response code: 1
SNMP[’/usr/bin/snmpget’ ‘-v1’ ‘-c’ ‘COMMUNITY’ ‘-Oqv’ ‘-m’ ‘SNMPv2-MIB’ ‘-M’ ‘/opt/librenms/mibs’ ‘udp:HOSTNAME:161’ ‘sysObjectID.0’]

Timeout: No Response from udp:10.30.20.58:161.
SQL[insert into eventlog (device_id, reference, type, datetime, severity, message, username) values (?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?) [18,null,“discovery”,“2020-06-20 18:52:12”,5,"CDP d

Discover link: 1119, cdp, 0, SEP1CAA071049B8, Port 1, Cisco IP Phone 7962, SCCP42.9-3-1SR2-1S,
SQL[SELECT COUNT(*) FROM links WHERE remote_hostname = ? AND local_port_id = ? AND protocol = ? AND remote_port = ? [“SEP1CAA071049B8”,1119,“cdp”,“Port 1”] 1.72ms]

SQL[SELECT id,local_device_id,remote_platform,remote_version,remote_device_id,remote_port_id FROM links WHERE remote_hostname = ? AND local_port_id = ? AND protocol = ?

Any comments or direction would be greatly appreciated…

Am I posting in the wrong forum for help with LibreNMS? If there is somewhere more appropriate to post questions like this, or if I’m not providing the correct information to engage the community, I would happily conform if someone can let me know.