Re: Hierarchy of submaps
I don't know about Solaris, but I'm running under AIX and I find it much
easier to build containers (submaps) in the IP map. When I move objects
within containers, the connections move with them. So far, I have not
experienced any problems. I'm interested in what other's views on this are
McBride and Associates, Inc.
From: Willem Bos [mailto:willem.bos AT NZ.LOGICAL DOT COM]
Sent: Wednesday, November 10, 1999 8:49 PM
To: NV-L AT UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu
Subject: Hierarchy of submaps
I have been advised by my netview service provider:
" that the IP Internet view should not have submaps but rather should be
topology map and the heirarchical views should be based off the root map.
not doing so causes netview (5.1.1 under solaris 2.6) to be instable"
I would appreciate your experienced views on this matter.
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