Re: detecting a Cisco c5500 type
This is the line I added to my oid_to_type:
184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.17:cisco Systems:Cisco Systems Catalyst 5500:B
This is the line I added to my oid_to_sym:
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.17:Connector:Bridge #Cisco Systems Catalyst 5500
Of course, you have to delete the object, restart netmon, and have
the object re-discovered again.
Gary Boyles gary.p.boyles AT intel DOT com
From: Simon Long [mailto:simon AT nettrack.com DOT au]
Sent: Tuesday, December 22, 1998 3:27 PM
To: NV-L AT UCSBVM.UCSB DOT EDU
Subject: Re: detecting a Cisco c5500 type
Can you include the precise details of what you've done - this shouldn't
be hard to fix, but until we know the details we would be indulging in
speculation. Details needed:-
1. Unique OID identified for the Cisco c5500
2. Verification of snmp response
3. Actual changes made to oid_to_type and oid_to_sym files
4. Subsequent actions taken to make the daemons aware of the
adjustments to oid_to_type; and restarts of the GUI to make
ipmap aware of the new symbol mappings.
5. How you attempted rediscovery of the offending nodes.
6. What makes you think you have a problem.
Nettrack Technical Solutions Pty Ltd
Denny Whelan wrote:
> I am trying to get Netview on AIX to detect the Cisco5500 as a bridge
> device. I have made entries in both the oid_to_type and oid_to_sym files.
> But it still is not detecting this device correctly.
> Any suggestions?