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RE: Howto Display a Switch on the Network Submap

To: nv-l@lists.tivoli.com
Subject: RE: Howto Display a Switch on the Network Submap
From: "IMHOFF,MICHAEL (HP-Denmark,ex1)" <michael_imhoff@hp.com>
Date: Sun, 9 Jul 2000 13:14:53 +0200
Compare the entries in oid_to_type. I think you'll find a flag (probably B)
on the switch that is displayed in the network submap.

- Michael.

-----Original Message-----
From: elig@BEZEQ.COM [mailto:elig@BEZEQ.COM]
Sent: 9. juli 2000 11:36
To: nv-l@tkg.com
Subject: [NV-L] Howto Display a Switch on the Network Submap

Our Bay-Networks Baystack 450's are displayed on the Segment Submap only. It
would be very helpful for my operators if they could be displayed at
discovery time on the Network Submap.

Please note that we also have Bay-Networks Accelar switches and Chipcom's
shared hubs, and they do get displayed on the Network Submap. I compared the
hubs' and the 450s' object capabilities (via Edit --> modify/describe...)
and they look quite similar (i.e. isConnector, isBridge, isHub etc.).

What may be the rationale for not displaying my BS450's where I think they
should have been displayed in the first place? Can I overrule this logic to
make them move up to the Network Submap (automatically, at discovery time)?
Eli Gal - elig@bezeq.com <mailto:elig@bezeq.com> 
Bezeq - the Israeli Telecommunications Corp.
Ramat Gan, Israel
tel: +972-3-5.763.763
mobile: +972-50-665493
fax: +1-209-7555542

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