RE: [nv-l] Unreachable CSS objects, wierd.

2004-07-30 03:31:24
Subject: RE: [nv-l] Unreachable CSS objects, wierd.
From: gimli AT hhcrew DOT tk
To: nv-l AT lists.us.ibm DOT com
Date: Fri, 30 Jul 2004 09:19:20 +0200 (CEST)
Yes I ment Cisco Content Switch.

Are you using two CSS as redundancy? Its how we have it. So I wonder if I
use the VIP address instead then the management interfaces. Would it
discover both CSS then?  =)

Well will see if I get some time to test it.

> By CSS are you talking about Cisco content switch? Most likely you have
> Nat'd addresses for the interfaces. I believe you would need CNAT to
> discover them completely and correctly. I have this issue too but we're
> getting rid of them so I haven't moved forward with CNAT.
> Also the "management" interface doesn't show up in the interface table.
> My situation only works because I do NOT use the management interface as
> the one I discover the box with. Also the NetView servers in my network
> are statically NAT'd and that maybe why my icons stay green. Can't
> remember all the details on this.
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:owner-nv-l AT lists.us.ibm DOT com] On Behalf Of gimli AT hhcrew DOT 
> tk
> Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2004 3:45 AM
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> Subject: [nv-l] Unreachable CSS objects, wierd.
> Hi
> For aboute 2 days ago, something just happend by it self. I
> started to get some larms on two CSS objects on my netview. It
> seems that its unreachable, from what I can see on the
> color(white). But I can ping and do snmp on the objects. When I
> do it, it turns green again ofcourse. So the problem seems that
> in some how, netview dont want to check the objects. Okej the
> objects and the nets behind our CSS are unreachable but I have
> done unmanaged on those so it shouldnt matters.
> Aboute the seed file:
> x.x.x.x
> $x.x.x.x-x
> That is how it looks in our seed file and ofcourse its not
> x.x.x.x =) well well you understand.
> Im using Netview version 7.1 on Linux RedHat.
> Thank you
> //Tom

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