Re: Netview NT 5.1.1/Snmp Agent
Is there any reason why Cabletron is mentioned as a discover option but the
discovery process doesn't seem to recognize cabletrons hubs as a hub object? Do
I need to do some modifications to the OID_TYPE ?
>>> "Matt Moore (DSL AK)" <MattM@DATACOM.CO.NZ> 06/17 5:13 PM >>>
You'll also want to add any new agent names to the "SNMPAgent"
enumeration filed in \usr\ov\fields\c\snmp_fields.
Also, new vendor names go in \usr\ov\fields\c\ovw_fields.
After you've added them, you'll need to run ovw_fields.exe.
From: Boyles, Gary P [mailto:gary.p.boyles@INTEL.COM]
Sent: Friday, 18 June 1999 07:28
Subject: Re: Netview NT 5.1.1/Snmp Agent
There are a few things that you have to identify yourself.
Catalyst-5500s come to mind.
For something like SCO... you'll have to do the following:
a) Use your MIB-browser to get the actual OID off the device
(since NetView has the strange habit of changing the OID
to a strange oid number if it doesn't understand the
one given in the MIB-II sysObjectID string).
b) Add the oid to \usr\OV\conf\oid_to_type
c) Add the oid to \usr\OV\conf\C\oid_to_sym
d) Delete the device, and have it re-discovered.
Note: You can always add your own icons for a SCO.. but then you'll
also have to change the \usr\OV\symbols\C\(something) file, and
edit your own bitmaps. A-D should get you far enough for now.
From: Todd E. Lewis [mailto:telewis@PROVBANK.COM]
Sent: Thursday, June 17, 1999 11:42 AM
Subject: Netview NT 5.1.1/Snmp Agent
We have 1 SCO unix box that is not be identified correctly as far as the
snmp agent object. Has anyone run across this and what did you do?
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