Re: Unknown oid_to_type flag

1999-01-29 17:09:52
Subject: Re: Unknown oid_to_type flag
From: James Shanks <James_Shanks AT TIVOLI DOT COM>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Fri, 29 Jan 1999 17:09:52 -0500
Its not documented because it is only for internal use.  It marks a node as
a potential candidate for remote installation of trapgend, which is
restricted to AIX-only boxes.   Of course, without trapgend to do it, then
the remote ping option won't work from map.  I think that is its only
function, to help tell whether a node (might) have that capability or not.
You could arbitrarily add it (type 50) to another OID but that alone
wouldn't change anything.

James Shanks
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX) L3 Support

Scott McCambly <mccambly AT NETCOM DOT CA> on 01/21/99 04:48:50 PM

Please respond to Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on
      NetView <NV-L AT UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu>

To:   NV-L AT UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu
cc:    (bcc: James Shanks)
Subject:  Unknown oid_to_type flag

Hello all,

This one's been bugging me for quite a while now, so I thought I'd finally
ask :-)....

For NetView 5.1 and 5.0 (and possibly before that), the entries in
oid_to_type for the 3.2 and 4.1 AIX agents appear as follows: RS/6000:50 # SNMP agaent for AIX 3.2 RS/6000 4.1:50 # SNMP agent for AIX 4.1

My question is: What does the "50" mean in the topology attribute field?



Scott McCambly
AIX/NetView/ADSM Specialist - Unopsys Inc.  Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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