Re: Anyone know ip addresses like 0.0.0.220, 0.126.254 .76 in traps mean ???
I haven't heard of this problem before. Try putting $A in your event Log
message and see if the same thing shows up in the event display window. If
so, then it may be a problem with trapd. If not, then it would be a
problem with nvcorrd who exports the $NVA variable. In either case, I'd
plan on a call to Support.
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX) L3 Support
Mark van Kerkwyk <kerkwyk AT COMTECH.COM DOT AU> on 01/28/99 03:34:45 PM
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Subject: Re: Anyone know ip addresses like 0.0.0.220,
0.126.254 .76 in traps mean ???
It could mean you have a bug. What level of code are you running?
I am running Netview 5.1 on Solaris 2.6
Are these unsolicited traps (source = A or u) or are they Netview-generated
I haven't checked yet but I'm pretty sure they are Netview generated as
they are normally Node marginal /node up events etc