Re: NetView NT Smartset Problem.
I don't know what to tell you guys. I have 5.1.1 installed and I did just
what Gary did and it works only too well for me.
I selected "IP Properties" and "Using Wildcards", clicked the IP Address
radio button, and used the Tivoli subnet 146.84.*.*, and then hit APPLY.
I got a huge number of hits.
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX) L3 Support
Xu He <xuhe AT YAHOO DOT COM> on 06/10/99 04:49:59 PM
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Subject: Re: NetView NT Smartset Problem.
I tried this a while back, I don't think it worked for
me either. Because an IP address is normally
associated with a NIC, and which is a subcomponent of
a Node. So if you AND the result of the IP Address
search with isNode, it won't work. Right now, I don't
know of any way to create a smartset of Nodes using
strictly IP Addresses.
May be James and Leslie can enlighten us on how this
can be done, or just tell us that it's impossible.
--- "Boyles, Gary P" <gary.p.boyles AT INTEL DOT COM> wrote:
> To anyone,
> I ws wondering if anyone on NT has gotten this kind
> of smartset example
> to work (mine doesn't seem to cut it).
> 1) I'm trying to create a smartset using:
> * "IP Properties" (Using Wildcards) "IP
> * I put in the address such as 132.233.*
> 2) I do an "Add To Advanced", and then try to AND
> this with
> * "Other Properties" (Type) "Node".
> The result is... I never get anything in my
> smartset, even though
> I have many nodes in the address-range, and it
> doesn't find any of them.
> BTW -- I've tried using "132.233.*.*", and
> "132.233*, and "132.233.*".
> Same results.
> Any suggestions?
> Gary Boyles
Consulting Services Engineer
Network Solutions, Inc
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