For devices where the NRM_RunningFirmwareAttr is not populated, there are two possible ways to get Spectrum to populate it.
1. If you have a device where the NRM_RunningFirmware attribute is not being populated but the sysDesc does contain the firmware information, a new regexp can be added to the NRM_RunningFirmwareFilters attribute to find it. The change must be done using the Model Type Editor (MTE). For example, a Nortel router that has the following for the value of sysDesc:
Assuming "184.108.40.206" in the above sysDesc is the firmware version of the device, the following regexp can be added to the NRM_RunningFirmwareFilters attribute to populate the NRM_RunningFirmware attribute.
2. If you have a device where the NRM_RunningFirmware attribute is not being populated and the sysDescr does not contain information about the firmware rev but there is another attribute that does, the NRM_RunningFirmwareAttr can be populated with this other attribute id in addition to the sysDesc attribute. The NRM_RunningFirmwareAttr is a list of attributes to test the filters against. This attribute can only be modified using the MTE. If this method is used, the NRM_RunningFirmwareFilters attribute may also need a new regexp to filter for and extract the firmware version information to populate the NRM_RunningFirmware attribute.
After making these changes using the MTE, a reconfigure of current models of this type must be done by right mouse clicking on the model and selecting Reconfiguration -> Reconfigure Model from the menu. Then check the value of the NRM_RunningFirmware attribute.