As you know from your days with us here at Natwest, we use MLM's that
sited within our Computer Centres to poll devices that are in our banking
branches without any problems. I think IBM put this 'same subnet' stuff in
the manual because it is better to do the polling nearer to the devices,
but hey we can't all afford 1000's of systems just to run MLM's.
At 17:28 25/02/1999 +0000, you wrote:
>MLM is used for distributted polling (configuration, threshold, status and
>discovery) for devices that are in the same subnet as MLM. I am not
>interesting to manage these devices but a list of devices (about 150) that
>are in different subnets.
> Is still a good idea to use MLM ? .
>Thanks a lot.
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