Re: Hub gets deleted after sucessful snmp query??
Not sure how to do a netmon trace but will look it up.
Thanks all for the help.
Michael Pearson wrote:
> Jeff I would open a problem report with support. There is something in the
> mib that we do not like. If it is the ifType, which I don't think is, we
> need to know that also. But Marks suggestions of data to gather is what we
> will need.
> Mike Pearson
> Tivoli Netview Support
> Jeff Fitzwater <jfitz AT PRINCETON DOT EDU> on 06/02/99 04:36:46 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: Mike Pearson/Tivoli Systems)
> Subject: Re: Hub gets deleted after sucessful snmp query??
> Michael, I assume you mean the database field ID 177 for that device.
> If so, it is (ieee 802.3 csmacd). I only know this since it shows up in
> the event stream as shown in my original message. There is never any
> time to look at the object info since it gets deleted so quickly.
> Jeff Fitzwater
> Princeton University
> Michael Pearson wrote:
> > What is your ifType? What is its value?
> > Jeff Fitzwater <jfitz AT PRINCETON DOT EDU> on 06/02/99 03:55:44 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: Mike Pearson/Tivoli Systems)
> > Subject: Hub gets deleted after sucessful snmp query??
> > Problem:
> > I have a Cabletron hub that gets deleted within seconds of being
> > discovered or added via LOADHOSTS.
> > 1. I am running Netview 5.1.1 on Solaris.
> > 2. I have no specific entry in SNMPCONF for the hub.
> > 3. The default SNMPCONF community is public and NODE DOWN DELETE
> > INTERVAL is 52w.
> > 4. The hub gets loaded and stays, if I don't let it get discovered via
> > SNMP (Change default community to "junk").
> > 5. Once the Hub is discovered by only ICMP, I then change the SNMPCONF
> > default community back to public and do a demand poll. The device goes
> > through the following events and gets deleted as you can see. I can
> > repeat this at will. It makes no difference if I give it a specific
> > SNMPCONF entry.
> > 6. The oid_to_type is set to H for HUB.
> > 7. I do know that all the hubs that act this way have the sane agent
> > code but why does Netview delete them?
> > SEQUENCE of events...
> > 1. 12:09:53 Node added
> > 2. 12:09:53 Interface decriptor for Lan lan0 changed to
> > 3. 12:09:53 Interface lan0 up
> > 4. 12:09:53 Network mask for lan0 Changed to 255.255.252.0
> > 5. 12:09:53 Interface Type for lan0 Changed to ieee 802.3
> > csmacd
> > 6. 12:09:53 Link address for lam0 Changed to (none)
> > 7. 12:09:53 System name changed
> > 8. 12:09:53 Node up
> > 9. 12:09:53 Interface lan0 added
> > 10. 12:10:14 Object Identifier changed to 18.104.22.168.4.1.52
> > 11. 12:10:24 System Description Changed to "MRXI Version
> > 1.04.01PR"
> > 12 12:10:24 Interface lan0 Deleted
> > 13. 12:10:24 Forwarding Status Changed -- Now a Host
> > 14. 12:10:25 Node Deleted
> > Any ideas why it gets deleted???