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Re: Forcing a config poll

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Subject: Re: Forcing a config poll
From: "Giuliotti, J. P." <JGiuliotti@MFS.COM>
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 1999 18:16:32 -0500
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In NV4.1 I have used the "loadhosts" command.

Specifically:   loadhosts -p -m [Subnet Mask of nodes] <<EOF
Then enter:     [IP Address] [  Fully Qualified DNS name] {return}

Type EOF when you are done adding nodes.

Hope this helps!

J.P. Giuliotti - Sr. Network Analyst -
Massachusetts Financial Services
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 954-5684

-----Original Message-----
From: Lucy Premus [mailto:lpremus@METLIFE.COM]
Sent: Wednesday, February 10, 1999 2:33 PM
Subject: Forcing a config poll

Is there a way to force NetView to poll for configuration changes?  I've
about 50 new entries into my seed file for servers in our network that had
been discovered by NetView because they were outside of the defined address
ranges.  I issued the netmon -y command, to re-read the seed file, yesterday
afternoon.  As of this note NetView has discovered those new servers, but
not polled them yet for configuration information.  Its been almost 24
shouldn't NetView have polled them by now?

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