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Re: Réf. : [NV-L] netmon is deleting my objects

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Subject: Re: Réf. : [NV-L] netmon is deleting my objects
From: "Werner Nixdorf" <werner.nixdorf@datev.de>
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 17:31:32 +0200

thanks for the immediate reply. It was not my problem, but brought my on the
right way. When I addet the Object's manually again, I made the mistake to
enter it with the right IP-Address, but the wrong domainname. The Netview
polled it, corrected my entries and now they appear correct (as I expect).

I'll document it in my "Netview-Miracle-Archive".



----- Original Message -----
From: <alexis.henry@bnpparibas.com>
To: <nv-l@tkg.com>
Sent: Monday, July 24, 2000 3:49 PM
Subject: Réf. : [NV-L] netmon is deleting my objects

> You should have duplicate IP address in your network or a problem with arp
> on a router.
> First you have to ensure that your object is not in your database anymore.
To do
> so use ovtopodump -rl <ip address> to make sure the device is not in the
> topology database. If the device still here verify using the object ID if
it is
> also present in the object database using ovobjprint -o <object ID>. If so
> create a collection to see this device and delete it from the user end
> interface. Then run ovtopofix -a to fix the database. Now the device is
> for sure.
> You can now try to discover once again the device. If the problem rmain
> should call support.
> PS: you can try to use loadhosts command to add your device manually in
> database. Have a look to the manual.
> Good luck.
> Alexis Henry
> Banque Nationale de Paris.

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