Netview 5.1.1 Discovery problem
I have been running Netview 5.0 and the discovery worked fine. I just
upgraded to release 5.1.1. I decided to clear the maps and start all
over with discovering the network. I have run into a problem where it
seems Netview doesn't decipher the subnets correctly.
I have 2 routers at 2 different remote offices. Each has an Ethernet
interface, a serial interface and a BRI interface for backup.
Router A has an ip address of 10.192.152.1 and a hot standby address of
10.192.153.1. The subnet mask is 255.255.252.0. With this subnet mask
the network address is 10.192.152.0 and the broadcast address is
Router B has an ip address of 10.192.156.1 and a hot standby address of
10.192.157.1. The subnet mask is 255.255.252.0. With this subnet mask
the network address is 10.192.156.0 and the broadcast address is
What Netview is drawing is 2 router icons representing the 2 router. It
then draws one network icon with an address of 10.192.152.0 and mask of
255.255.252.0. It doesn't draw a network icon with an address of
10.192.156.0 and mask of 255.255.252.0. It then draws connections
between the 2 routers and the 1 network icon (10.192.152.0). When I
"manage" the 10.192.152.0 icon, Netview discovers all the addresses on
the 10.192.152.0 subnet. It doesn't discover any of the address on the
10.192.156.0 subnet. When I double click on the 10.192.152.0 network
icon it shows both routers attached to the same subnet. It also show
the ethernet switches that are at both sites attached to the same
network. But it only shows the workstations at the A location.
Netview has done this same thing at several of the other locations
during the discovery process.
I have verified that each router has the proper subnet masks. What
could be the problem? And, how can I correct this error?