The Integration Utility is on CD One of your CW2K package. If
you don't have CW2K, you can download it from the Cisco website
and install it. After it is installed, you will have that nmic.sh to run
the integration, which will grab that Adapter that is provided on
the Netview CD.
This web site will get you both the adapters, and the integration
utility if you don't have it on your Netview box - or even if you don't
have it in your network at all - good way to get the bitmaps and
the V2 MIBS.
Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
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Please respond to
Here is what I got back from Cisco recently - hope this will help.
From: David Stanford [mailto:dastanfo AT cisco DOT com]
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2001 4:17 PM
To: Barr, Scott; attach AT cisco DOT com
Subject: Re: Case C004546 - Integration help (NMS (Network Management
Services)::CW2000: CiscoView #A1D47DF3)
The adapter in the link I sent you is all you need to run and it is run
the NEtView machine, not the CiscoWorks server. Don't worrry about the
util on the CiscoWorks server, just run this adapter from the remote
"Barr, Scott" wrote:
> David would you confirm that the integration utility and adapter must be
> local on the machine with NetView running? (i.e. run nmic.sh from the
> NetView server NOT from the server Ciscoworks is on)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: dastanfo [mailto:dastanfo AT cisco DOT com]
> Sent: Monday, October 22, 2001 4:11 PM
> To: scott_barr AT csgsystems DOT com
> Subject: Case C004546 - Integration help (NMS (Network Management
> Services)::CW2000: CiscoView #A1D47DF3)
> HI Scott,
> My name is David Stanford and I am the engineer working on your case.
> Here's what you need to try:
> For a remote integration please go to this link and download the adapter:
> Installing the Utility
> Note that you cannot install this utility over an existing CiscoWorks2000
> 1.Uncompress and untar the IntgUtil.v1-3.<os>.tar.Z file, where <os>
> the code for your operating system (for example, sol for Solaris) as
> # zcat IntgUtil.v1-3.<os>.tar.Z | tar xvf -
> A temporary directory named disk 1 is created.
> 2.From the disk 1 directory, enter:
> # ./setup.sh
> A message displays:
> Enter the location where the product will be installed or q to
> quit. Default location (PKGROOT)?
> 3.Press Enter to accept the default directory for product
> or enter a different directory.
> The installation program performs system checks and lists
> dependencies, then displays:
> The Integration Utility will be installed now. The Integration
> Utility integrates Cisco device packages
> and Cisco applications into third-party SNMP management
> You can choose to integrate with a
> third-party SNMP management platform during install or later.
> Do You want to integrate with the third-party product now
> 4.Select one of the following:
> N to not integrate during installation. You must run the
> later to integrate.
> Y to integrate now. Continue with step 5.
> 5.Select one of the following:
> The adapter file for your target NMS from the files listed.
> Other to specify an adapter file for a different NMS. The
> selection screen appears. Enter the full pathname of the adapter file. If
> have CCO access, you can download adapters from the location
> ftp.cisco.com in the /cisco/netmgmt/ciscoview/5.0/nm-adapters directory.
> None to choose an NMS adapter file later.You must run the
> 6.Enter the remote server name and port number where CiscoWorks2000 is
> This information is optional. If not given, CiscoWorks2000
> will not be integrated with the Network Management Platform. If you want
> this, press return to continue with step 8.
> 7.Enter the HTTP browser location, or press Enter to accept the
> location, /opt/netscape/netscape.
> 8.Select one of the following:
> N to not enter CCO information now. You can enter it later when
> you want to upgrade.
> Y to enter your CCO user ID and password now for future
> You must have CCO login privileges. If you do not have a
> account and password on CCO, contact your channel partner or
> enter a request on the standard CCO web site
> If errors occurred during installation, check the files
> /var/tmp/ciscoinstall.log and /tmp/nmimintegration.log.
> David Stanford
> Customer Support Engineer
> Cisco Systems
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