MIB files are flat ascii files, and as long as you ftp them correctly
for your platform, there should be no problem loading them in Netview
For traps, Cisco provides some help at:
There is a script traps.sh that issues the Netview addtrap command
for lots and lots of their traps. That would need some modification
to run on NT, but would not be too hard, I don't think.
There is also trapd.41x, which is a trapd.conf designed for HP V4.
You could look at that, and copy needed sections of it into your
trapd.conf file, as an alternative. Make a backup first. You will
need to add some Enterprises to go along with the traps. I think the
fields are the same, but you will want to verify that.
Best bet I think, is to alter the simple traps.sh to run as a bat file
or a perl script on NT.
Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
(248) 552-4968 Voicemail, Fax, Pager
---------------------- Forwarded by Leslie Clark/Southfield/IBM on 04-13-99
11:27 AM ---------------------------
"Todd E. Lewis" <telewis@PROVIDENTBANKMD.COM> on 04-13-99 11:23:50 AM
Please respond to Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on
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Subject: Re: Does anyone know what mib/trap files from cisco and bay
workwith Netview for NT 5.1?
We have cisco 7000,7513,2503 mostly. Cisco's site talks about mibs but they
appear to be used with HPOV or UNIX version Netview. Do you know of a
specific on that will work with the models I listed and NEtview for NT?
>>> OGrant <OGrant@PEC.COM> 04/13 11:06 AM >>>
Regarding cisco, have you checked out http://www.cisco.com/public/mibs/ ?
Not knowing what type of equipment you have, it may be worth a look -
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> Subject: Does anyone know what mib/trap files from cisco and bay
> with Netview for NT 5.1?
> Does anyone know what mib/trap files from cisco and bay work with Netview
> for NT 5.1?