RES: [nv-l] DNS Resolution

2002-09-17 06:16:15
Subject: RES: [nv-l] DNS Resolution
From: Marcos Antonio Pezzutti Filho <pezzutti AT banespa.com DOT br>
To: "'Gareth Holl'" <gholl AT us.ibm DOT com>, Scott Bursik <tivoliesm AT hotmail DOT com>
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 07:16:15 -0300
Hi Scott,
We have experienced this kind of problem here. IBM has asked us to put all monitored nodes in the DNS. And mainly, keep all interfaces been resolved. You must put the loopback address at the direct resolution file and all interfaces on the reverse resolution file. 
But all of this is intended to be made to routers. Simple nodes (with only a interface) have to be deleted and re-discovered.
If you have only routers, Netview will be able to resolv this modification.
-----Mensagem original-----
De: Gareth Holl [mailto:gholl AT us.ibm DOT com]
Enviada em: Monday, September 16, 2002 16:09
Para: Scott Bursik
Cc: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Assunto: Re: [nv-l] DNS Resolution

Try demand polling one of these nodes. I've done this in the past and at the end of the demand poll output you should see a name check and the label on the map will be updated if different. If this works for your particular nodes, then the Daily Config check should have a similar affect. Will a demandpoll and Daily Config always do this ? I don't know. It may be that the nodes in question have to be SNMP enabled and their community name known to NetView. Also you must have the default ipmap setting allowing ipmap to override map changes.

Gareth Holl
Staff Software Engineer
gholl AT us.ibm DOT com

IBM Software Group - Tivoli Brand
Research Triangle Park,  North Carolina.

"Scott Bursik" <tivoliesm AT hotmail DOT com>

09/16/2002 11:52 AM

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        Subject:        [nv-l] DNS Resolution


NetView 6.0.3 AIX 4.3.3

I have several hundred nodes who's names didn't resolve in DNS. I am running
a local caching name server on my NetView box. I now am able to resolve the
hostnames after some DNS work. My question is, do I have to delete and
rediscover these nodes, or will NetView change the name when it figures out
that it can resolve it?


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color=#0000ff>Pepsico Business Solutions Group </FONT>
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