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Re: Another Map ?

2000-06-08 22:48:21
Subject: Re: Another Map ?
From: lclark AT us.ibm DOT com
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Thu, 8 Jun 2000 22:48:21 -0400
Regaring the ones with the : in them, they are, I believe,
 an artifact of the new, more robust processing for
unnumbered serial interfaces. I did open a PMR at one time, but
once we determined for sure that these were for the physical
interfaces, and that the virtual connections were all properly
represented, I let it end. Someone with some time to work on it
might want to take it up with support to see if there is a way to
prevent it. I'm taking the 'hide' road for the time being.  If you
have NO unnumbered connections in  your network, I suppose
you could turn off unnumbered support in netmon's config. It is
on by default in V6.

Cordially,

Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
Detroit
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06/08/2000 03:30 PM ---------------------------



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I have AIX 4.3.3, TME Framework 3.6.2, TME NetView 6.0.  On a new install,
when I first discover a frame relay, I end up with alot of network icons.
They are Network:0.0.0.1 thru 0.0.0.219.  These icons are blue and not
attached to anything.  I also get network icons that are labeled
router_name:5-router_name:2 for every real frame relay circuit.  These
icons are green and most of the time are only attached to one router, other
times I do not get an icon but a line between routers.  I also get the real
IP network between the routers as I have always had before.

Is this working as designed or/and is there a way to turn it off?

Ronnie Ross
Network Engineer


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