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Subject: AW: Netview 4 with cisco routers
From: "Beck, Stefan" <stefan.beck@HYPOVEREINSBANK.DE>
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 14:56:51 +0100
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Hi Rob,

of course there is way to automate the removal of symbols and objects, but
you have to use the Netview Programming API. This is the way we handle that
(b.t.w. there definitivly NO other way, because removing symbols requires to
connect to the ovw process)
Of course you have to be familiar with C-programming, but it was easier than
I thought it would be. Try to let your program read from an inputfile...


Stefan Beck

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> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von:  Rob Wilkinson [SMTP:Rob.Wilkinson@MBS.GOV.ON.CA]
> Gesendet am:  Dienstag, 23. Februar 1999 16:09
> Betreff:      Netview 4 with cisco routers
> Hi,
> We use Netview for monitoring 1600 cisco routers. The environment is very
> dynamic in that there are constant changes to the network such as removal,
> upgrading, additions of cisco routers daily.
> Netview maps are always wrong because they contain the old information and
> it is always necessary to go and update them manually. We use a seed file
> so we need to add the new entries to this and bounce netmon.  When a
> router is removed physically we need to go and remove it manually from the
> maps.
> We always have disconnected elements on our root map and have tried
> deleteing them and they always come back.. 
> Does anyone have a similar situation and how do you manage this or
> automate it?
> Thanks,
> Rob

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