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RE: All those interfaces

2000-11-22 20:01:14
Subject: RE: All those interfaces
From: "Vidal, Chaz" <chaz.vidal AT eds DOT com>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2000 11:31:14 +1030
Actually, I double checked and the mib reports 49 interfaces.  The extra 8
interfaces include 2 ppp interfcaces and 6 other FrameRelay interfaces.

What explains this behavior?  

Chaz Vidal
EDS Australia

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Anderson [mailto:pETERanderson AT westpac.com DOT au]
Sent: Thursday, 23 November 2000 11:08
To: Netview List (E-mail)
Subject: RE: [NV-L] All those interfaces


Chaz,

The extra four could be LoopBack and HSRP?  Do an snmpwalk of

ip.ipAddrTable.ipAddrEntry.ipAdEntIfIndex

 and

interfaces.ifTable.ifEntry.ifDescr

to double check.

Regards,

Peter Anderson
Senior Communications Analyst
Ph:  0011 61 2 99025938

Any views or opinions presented are solely those of the author and do
not necessarily represent those of Westpac Banking Corporation.



-----Original Message-----
From:                   Vidal, Chaz
Sent:                   Wednesday, 22 November 2000 22:39
To:                     'IBM NetView Discussion'
Cc:
Subject:                        [NV-L] All those interfaces



Hi all,

I'm pretty new to network management so I would like to ask your collective
expertise here. Please excuse me if this discussion has been done to death.
Right now, I am not sure if my NV installation is working as designed or
there is something else I need to do.

My installation is NV 6.0 on Solaris.  One Cisco router has 23 displayed
interfaces.  These are the ones with addresses. I verified this by doing a
Monitor->Network Configuration->Addressses.  When I check on the interfaces
using Monitor->Network Configuration->Interfaces, there are 41 discovered
interfaces including serial and E1 links.  And when I go to the Monitor->Mib
Values->Interface Info, I get 45 discovered interfaces.

Can anyone explain to me why I get this behavior. And also, how do I get all
45 interfaces displayed in the IP map?

Chaz Vidal
EDS Australia
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