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FW: [nv-l] Managing devices via their web interface

2003-08-13 09:03:41
Subject: FW: [nv-l] Managing devices via their web interface
From: <bernard.baudoux AT fortisbank DOT com>
To: "'Jane Curry'" <jane.curry AT skills-1st.co DOT uk>
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2003 14:36:14 +0200
I just forgot to mention that "10.153.1" in the example corresponds to a subnet 
in my Netview map.   If you right-click on this subnet, the 'Management Page" 
menu item is enabled and you can open it.


Bernard


> -----Original Message-----
> From: BAUDOUX BERNARD 
> Sent: mercredi 13 ao> ût 2003 14:33
> To:   'Jane Curry'
> Cc:   'nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com'
> Subject:      RE: [nv-l] Managing devices via their web interface
> 
> Jane,
> 
> I have just received a message saying my picture (a .zip file) had been 
> removed, so here it is:
> 
>  
> 
> You can define the URL the way you describe, or you can also use the 
> nvdbimport utility.   I have found out that this way gives you more 
> flexibility as you can define URL not only for nodes, but for any object you 
> want.
> 
> here is an example of defining a URL assigned to a subnet.   This points to a 
> documentation file.   This way you can add on-line documentation to your maps:
> 
> #Beg of file
> Selection Name,isHTTPSupported,isHTTPManaged,ManagementURL
> 10.153.1,FALSE,TRUE,FILE://e:\se-entity\se-allusers\se-Intranet\Documentation\Maps_NV6000\Gif\belgium.gif
> #End of file
> 
> notice I use 'Selection Name' instead of 'IP Hostname' as the first item of 
> the file.   In the example above, the URL is a pointer to a GIF file on a 
> shared disk, but this can be any type of file.
> 
> the way to define it in Netview is:
> 
> /usr/OV/bin/nvdbimport -f <file name>
> 
> Regards,
> Bernard Baudoux.
> 4932 Application Networking / Network Management
> Telecommunication / 1GA2H
> Fortis Banque
> Tel : +32 (0)2 565 24 68
> Fax : +32 (0)2 228 83 69
> bernard.baudoux AT fortisbank DOT com
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jane Curry [SMTP:jane.curry AT skills-1st.co DOT uk]
> Sent: mercredi 13 août 2003 13:51
> To:   BAUDOUX BERNARD; NetView mailing list
> Subject:      Re: [nv-l] Managing devices via their web interface
> 
> Thanks Bernard - I knew I had seen it on menus somewhere!  My issue is 
> that I am on a Unix NetView and the Object menu doesn't exist - I guess 
> you are on Windows??  My Windows NetView has stuff in lm.reg but it 
> doesn't look like a format I understand in registration files.  Has 
> ayone tried porting this windows file into a Unix NetView?  Or got 
> another way of doing this?
> 
> Cheers,
> Jane
> 
> bernard.baudoux AT fortisbank DOT com wrote:
> 
> >Hello Jane,
> >
> >if you mean the home page on the device itself, then the menu item lies 
> >under 'Object', or you can also right-click on the symbol.
> >
> >Regards,
> >Bernard Baudoux.
> >4932 Application Networking / Network Management
> >Telecommunication / 1GA2H
> >Fortis Banque
> >Tel : +32 (0)2 565 24 68
> >Fax : +32 (0)2 228 83 69
> >bernard.baudoux AT fortisbank DOT com
> >
> >
> >  
> >
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From:       Jane Curry [SMTP:jane.curry AT skills-1st.co DOT uk]
> >>Sent:       mercredi 13 ao> ût 2003 12:45
> >>To: NetView mailing list
> >>Subject:    [nv-l] Managing devices via their web interface
> >>
> >>I have set a number of devices to have the W flag in oid_to_type and can 
> >>see the 3 extra fields in the object data base for these devices.  I 
> >>thought there used to be a standard menu option to then make use of that 
> >>URL but I cannot find it any more (Linux NV 7.1.3).  Am I being blind / 
> >>stupid here??  How am I supposed to use that ManagementURL field?  Do I 
> >>have to write my own menu options?
> >>
> >>Thanks,
> >>Jane
> >>
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