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Re: CiscoWorks2000 and CW ver 4

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Subject: Re: CiscoWorks2000 and CW ver 4
From: "Paul L. Della Maggiora" <pdellama@CISCO.COM>
Date: Tue, 16 Feb 1999 08:41:14 -0500
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To build on Jim's thoughts, CiscoWorks W2000 Resource Manager Essentials
(RME) replaces most of the CiscoWorks 4.0 functionality.  Their are a few
exceptions which will be addressed in upcoming releases (such as snap in
manager and GUI offline configuration editing).  In addition, we integrate
with Tivoli in some cool new ways via the Cisco Management Connection.
Check out http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/734/partner/cmc/bmi_wi.htm for

CW2000 Campus contains CiscoView, which was traditionally shipped with
CiscoWorks UNIX.  CiscoView continues to integrate with Netview as it has
in the past (compiling mibs, defining traps, adding menu items, adding
Cisco map symbols).

Finally, the traditional CiscoWorks UNIX is reaching the end of its life.
The product will continue to be supported through 2000, but there will be
no new features added since its functionality has been incoporated in to
the more scaleable and feature rich CiscoWorks 2000.  For more details,
please see http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/734/cworks/801_pp.htm .

At 03:44 PM 2/14/99 , Nicaud Phil wrote:
>Hi Alek
>We Installed CW2000 (RME & CWSI) withg Netview 5.1 last week.
>CW2000 is totally different to CiscoWorks in that it's basically a
>stand-alone package now and does not make use of Netview (or work through
>Netview). It's a Web based management application that provides the same
>functions as Works and as such is an upgrade and not an add-on. In other
>word, it would not make sense to run CW2000 and CW 4 concurrently.
>CW2000 will ask you if you want to import your inventory data from CW.
>The only package that can still (optionally) integrate with Netview is
>Hope this helps
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Alek Barsky [SMTP:abarsky@RCI.ROGERS.COM]
>> Sent: Saturday, 13 February 1999 6:20
>> To:   NV-L@UCSBVM.ucsb.edu
>> Subject:      CiscoWorks2000 and CW ver 4
>> Does anyone out there is using CiscoWorks2000 ( RME and CWSI ) with
>> NetView
>> ver 5.1?
>> And if yes, do you use CiscoWorks ver 4.0 on the same box?
>> I would like to hear from someone who have successfully integrated all
>> mentioned above applications.
>> I have CW ver 4.0 on NetView 5.1.
>> I managed to install CRM and it coexisted with NetView and CW ver 4.0
>> Problems started when I installed CWSI, it is using NMSROOT variable and
>> conflicts with CW ver 4.0
>> Cisco does not confirm on the conflict between CW 4.0 and CWSI.
>> Can anybody share their experience with me on loading
>> CWSI, CRM and CW ver 4.0 on the same platform?
>> Thanks
>> Alek Barsky
>> Network Management Analyst
>> Rogers Shared Services
>> Tel 905-513-5152
>> abarsky@rci.rogers.com
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