Re: Netview 4.1 and Seedfile
No, per Scott's reply, you can't start a seed file with an *.
Try ###.*.*.250-254 where ### is a nunber ie:
Hope this helps
"Adair, Eddie" <eadair AT FRK DOT COM> on 09/25/98 04:57:47 PM
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Subject: Netview 4.1 and Seedfile
I need to correct myself for my previous question. I've found out that
any IP address between 250-254 is in use on the Ethernet Interfaces so
is the following a legal entry in the seedfile?
We've been running Netview 4.1 using a seedfile(we have specified a
range in the seedfile so we only discover the nodes listed in the
seedfile). Now we have a request to add new node discovery for routers
only. Our standard is to have xxx.xxx.xxx.254 be the ethernet interface
for the router.
Will the following entry in the seedfile work to accomplish this??
Or is there a better way to do this?
Thanks in advance.