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Re: Fwd: [RE: Forwarding events from Netview to TEC]

2000-11-27 14:57:32
Subject: Re: Fwd: [RE: Forwarding events from Netview to TEC]
From: "Bursik, Scott" <Scott.Bursik AT fritolay DOT com>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 13:57:32 -0600
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        Thanks for the Port info. I am using AIX 4.3.2 so no port info was
needed. Is there a way to see if the event has been processed by NetView and
sent out? I looked at the cache file in /etc/Tivoli/tec and there were no
new entries and the file size is the same. Should I see the events from
NetView appear on the TEC server when running the wtdumper command even if
the TEC server hasn't been configured to receive events from NetView yet? I
am using the forwardall.rs just to see id the forwarding is working and I am
not sure if the events are even leaving the NetView server. There is
connictivity between the two servers (verified by ping in NetView). I have
enabled forwarding to TEC in Server Setup. Is there a step I am missing?

        Scott Bursik










        James_Shanks AT tivoli DOT com
        11/27/2000 12:18 PM
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        Subject:        Re: Fwd: [RE: [NV-L] Forwarding events from Netview
to TEC]

        Is you TEC server on UNIX or NT?  The default port for the TEC
server to
        listen on is 5529, but for UNIX, TEC events are sent to port 0,
which is
        owned by the portmapper daemon, who reroutes them.  If you aren't
running
        portmapper or you have an NT TEC server, which doesn't have a
portmapper,
        then you must add a stanza to the tecint.conf file while identifies
what
        port the TEC server is listening to.  See the man page on
tecint.conf on
        your UNIX box for more details (that's what I advised Carlos to do).
You
        must know something about your TEC setup for this to work correctly.
        I also told Carlos in my append last week on this same topic that he
should
        look in /etc/Tivoli/tec/cache and see if that file is growing.  If
so, it
        means that nvserverd on your NetView box cannot open a session with
the TEC
        server specified in your tecint.conf.  Once he does the cache is
sent at
        once and cleared.  So that is your clue that you have more work to
do to
        get the connection established.

        James Shanks
        Team Leader, Level 3 Support
         Tivoli NetView for UNIX and NT



        "Bursik, Scott" <Scott.Bursik AT fritolay DOT com> on 11/27/2000 
01:01:30
PM

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        Subject:  Re: Fwd: [RE: [NV-L] Forwarding events from Netview to
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             Is Port=5524 the default port for TEC to receive events on? I
am
        having the same issue. I have selected the Forwardall.rs and
configured
        NetView to forward events in Server Setup and set up to forward
traps in
        event configuration. When I run the wtdumper command I don't see any
events
        come through. I am using the Send Event to Trapd daemon in Server
Setup to
        create the events.
             Thanks.

             NetView 6.0.1 AIX 4.3.2






             Carlos Enriquez Bolio <enriquezc AT usa DOT net>
             11/27/2000 11:30 AM
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        TEC]

             I have found the problem: I was missing to define the parameter
        Server
             Port=5524 in the  /usr/OV/conf/tecint.conf  file.

             Thanks.Saludos.

             Carlos Enriquez
             IS Dept.
             Nestle Mexico.

        
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