[nv-l] incorrect interfaces

2002-09-10 16:09:43
Subject: [nv-l] incorrect interfaces
From: "Karl Prinelle" <Karl.Prinelle AT elyzium.co DOT uk>
To: <nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com>
Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 21:09:43 +0100
Hi list,
NV 7.1.2, w2k sp2
I'm having trouble with a set of devices which are Wellfleet series 7 routers.  Each device has the following interfaces;
isdn backup (lan ethernet)    (wan)    (single interface card, multiple addresses)    (wan)    (single interface card, multiple addresses)
the two x.x.x.2 frame-streams come up to different sites which themselves are connected - they're just dr routes.  It's the route cost that controls which route is used - 1/2 the estate is one way, half the other.
I've checked through telnet and the lan/wan interfaces are up, & the isdn is down (a good thing).
In NetView, it has discovered the device, but is showing; as down is up is up  (I'm assuming that's what it thinks the isdn line is on). is up
Demand poll returns the same thing as what netview can see - it thinks one of the frame interfaces has an Oper status of down, but admin status of up.
If I use the snmp browser it shows me that there are 3 interfaces & they are all up.  The descriptions of the interfaces say they are one ethernet and two frame-stream.
Anyone got any thoughts about how to convince NV to agree with the router & what is that interface???
Many thanks in advance
Karl Prinelle
Tivoli Certified Consultant
Elyzium Ltd
Enterprise Systems Management Consultants
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