Re: Change Of NV6K IP ADDR -Reply
The timeout is set at 3.5 seconds for the routers. The routers are FDDI
attached to the
same Gigaswitch. I am going to shutdown the old interface & see what happens.
Thanks you for the recommendation. I will let you all know the results.
>>> <James_Shanks AT TIVOLI DOT COM> 09/18/98 12:26pm >>>
You said pings and demand polls work fine, but if netmon is turning your
interfaces red, it is because its pings are timing out. I suggest you run
xnmsnmpconf and look at the default timeouts for these interfaces and see
about raising the timeout a bit.
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX) L3 Support
Gil Irizarry <IRIZARRG AT LABS.WYETH DOT COM> on 09/18/98 10:56:32 AM
Please respond to Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on
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Subject: Change Of NV6K IP ADDR
I have a RISC6K F50 with FDDI, Fast Ethernet & 10 meg Ethernet. I have
default gateway from the 10 meg to the FDDI nic. The FDDI connects to a
concentrator that also houses the router with the IP address I am using as
Now, NETMON is detecting "interface down" alerts frequently on all my
interfaces. Shortly after, I see the "interface up" alert and all my router
icon turn green
I did run reset_ci after my change. Is there another utility needed?
netstat -nr shows:
"default xxx.xxx.xxx.xx UG 23 767159 fi0 -
-" Where xxx is the IP
address I have specified as the default gateway. Pings & demand poll work
The last entry on the display shows:
"www.www.ww yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy U 159 771354 fi0 - -"
Where www is the
subnet and yyy is the IP address of my Netview box.
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