Re: re: A Better Mousetrap? - nvdbformat
I have done some similar work for routers that have ISDN lines. I will
give you the highlights of what I would do in a script.
1. You need a new boolean field defined in NetView such as
2. You need a list of your router names in a file. You can get this from
NetView in a number of ways.
3. For every router, do an "ovobjprint" into a temporary file and grep
that file for the words "Frame Relay". If found, then set the
hasFrameRelay to TRUE. (I use nvdbimport to do this from a list of
4. Use nvdbformat to select routers with the proper field values and
Since I still have friends in Services that does this for a living, I am
not sending you the script.....but this should get you there.
Stephen Hochstetler shochste AT us.ibm DOT com
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