You'll want to enter the ip address of a router on the 10.1.5 network
individually on a line, too. The notation below will "allow" Netview to
discover that range, but will not tell it to proactively discover devices on
it. By specifying a specific router (with snmp community in place), Netview
will discover that device and subsequently the networks and devices
From: Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on NetView
[mailto:NV-L@UCSBVM.UCSB.EDU]On Behalf Of Geoffrey Cheng
Sent: Sunday, June 06, 1999 2:33 PM
Subject: Re: bypass subnets to manage another subnet
make your seed file look like:
and restart your map regeneration, with "new node discovery" switched
Then on your default submap, you will have at least two separated
icons,10.1.1 and 10.1.5. In 10.1.1, the only discovered node will be
NetView workstation, while in 10.1.5, resides the nodes you want to
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Brian Hwang <bhwang@TW.IBM.COM> on 06/05/99 12:29:45 PM
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Subject: bypass subnets to manage another subnet
If netview's IP address is 10.1.1.1/255.255.255.0 , default gateway is
Can I directly force netview to discover the subnet 10.1.5.0 with no
the routing path are 10.1.1.1->10.1.1.254->10.1.2.254->10.1.5.254.
How to do it ?
Any help would be appreciated.