Re: [Fwd: Problems]

1998-09-03 08:42:38
Subject: Re: [Fwd: Problems]
From: Michael Seibold PTS/M-SW <mseibold AT STR.DAIMLER-BENZ DOT COM>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Thu, 3 Sep 1998 14:42:38 +0200
Hi Jose,

Q.1: which Version of Netview are you running? We have the same problems
on V5.0 with BRI-Interfaces beeing unmanaged but IP-Status shows
"normal" and the Interfaces were polled, pulling up the dialup-Lines all
the time. We opened an PMR, but it was closed because we had no time to
produce and send all the information they wanted (netmon-traces etc.)
(we have a lot of open problems at the moment...).
We are waiting for V5.1 and will then look at those problems again, but
we got no solution so far.



Jose Luis Arbona Orovay wrote:
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Subject: Problems
> Date: Tue, 11 Aug 1998 10:35:03 +0200
> From: "Josi Luis Arbona Orovay" <jarbo AT infocentre.gva DOT es>
> To: Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on NetView et a <NV-L AT 
> UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu>
> I've got the next problems with NetView:
> 1. I generally have Ethernet segments Unmanaged, however some of this
> segments appear on the map as Unmanaged but have the IPStatus as Normal,
> and then NV discovers all the PCs into the net. I change to Unmanaged
> (Managing, Unmanaging an then Managing only the interface of the router,
> after removing the PC's). Next day I look at the ISStatus of this
> segments and, magically, is as Normal and the PC's have appeared. This
> happens only with 3 segments, and I'm tired of remove PCs. How can I
> resolve this problem? I deleted the segment, the routed to discover
> again, but nothing.
> 2. Sometimes appear segments not owning any node an with a description
> like, I remove them but appear again. I think I can
> be a bug of the IOS of a router (Cisco with IOS 10.3(19a)), does
> somebody experienced some like this?
> Thanks.
>     Josi Luis.

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