RE: Router Icons Discovered with a Partial IP Address

2000-06-22 15:42:51
Subject: RE: Router Icons Discovered with a Partial IP Address
From: Sean Davidson <sean.davidson AT mail.publix DOT com>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 15:42:51 -0400
What's the subnet mask on the device? With supernetting, that can actually
be a valid IP address. Display object attributes on the device and see what
NetView thinks the subnet mask is.

Sean Davidson

Sr. Network Systems Engineer
Publix Super Markets, Inc.
P.O. Box 32015
Lakeland, Fl. 33802-2015
Email - sean.davidson AT publix DOT com
Voice - (863) 686-8754 x6889
Fax - (863)616-5895

-----Original Message-----
From: elig AT BEZEQ DOT COM [mailto:elig AT BEZEQ DOT COM]
Sent: Thursday, June 22, 2000 4:40 AM
To: nv-l AT tkg DOT com
Subject: [NV-L] Router Icons Discovered with a Partial IP Address

Netview V6.0 has discovered, among all the good stuff, a multitude of "Cisco
Router" shape objects, which carry only a partial IP address.
I.e. these objects' label is an IP address with a meaningful network portion
and zeroes as a host portion, e.g.
A double click of such an icon opens a submap with only a single interface
having the same partial address.

There are of course many other Cisco routers which had been discovered
properly with a full address and all the inventory of interfaces in the
child submap.
Is this a known phenomena in this release, or is this a consequence of
something I did?

Eli Gal - elig AT bezeq DOT com <mailto:elig AT bezeq DOT com> 
Bezeq - the Israeli Telecommunications Corp.
Ramat Gan, Israel
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