The CLI device-access object synchronization program probes for CLI device-access objects immediately after an IP Availability Manager is added as a topology source, and then every time thereafter whenever:

  • The CLI device-access objects have changed in the IP Availability Manager.

  • The connection to IP Availability Manager is lost and then reestablished.

    Each time that the MPLS Topology Server imports CLI device-access objects from an IP Availability Manager, it imports all of the CLI device-access objects. The import of CLI device-access objects does not trigger the import of topology from IP Availability Manager.

    The MPLS Manager Configuration Guide describes how to configure CLI device-access groups for MPLS Manager.