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RE: Fore Hubs and switches

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Subject: RE: Fore Hubs and switches
From: "mark Malki" <m_malki@hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2000 18:54:35 GMT
Thanks for the info


>From: "Owens, Blaine C" <bowens@EASTMAN.COM>
>Reply-To: IBM NetView Discussion <nv-l@tkg.com>
>To: "'IBM NetView Discussion'" <nv-l@tkg.com>
>Subject: RE: [NV-L] Fore Hubs and switches
>Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2000 13:59:53 -0400
>We are managing all of this using NetView and Fore's Foreview. There are
>numerous mibs to be loaded and traps to be defined - it would be a chore to
>load and define all manually - the Foreview install does this for you with
>one big gotcha - all of the Fore mibs are SNMP V2. Forget how, but somehow
>you can change the install to execute xnmloadmib2 rather than xnmloadmib.
>If you choose not to get Foreview then you should be able to get all of the
>mibs you need from Fore. There are quite a few mibs to load for each of
>these models.
>The latest version of Foreview was for HP Openview only. We got HP Openview
>for this reason only but we were so disappointed in the new version of
>Foreview that we dumped it. Most of the Fore switches are HTTP supported. I
>created collections on NetView for all our ATM switches, added the "HTTP
>supported" to the objects, created another collection to capture any
>switches which did not have the "HTTP supported" set so I could catch new
>switches. This gives us just about all that HP Openview added to management
>of these switches.
>Blaine Owens
>Eastman Chemical Company
>Phone - (423)-229-3579
>Fax - (423)-229-1188
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Mark Malki [mailto:m_malki@HOTMAIL.COM]
>Sent: Tuesday, August 22, 2000 1:26 PM
>To: nv-l@tkg.com
>Subject: [NV-L] Fore Hubs and switches
>Hi Folks
>I have a customer who want to manage some Fore Hubs and Switchs, he like to
>know if he could manage the following through Netview, he need s to know if
>he could manage the following in anything else other than IP address, here
>what he has. i think he is trying to manage them through ATI or ATM.
>Fore ESX 3000
>Fore ESX 2000
>NSC-1 ESX 2400 Controller
>ASX-200 BX
>Power Hub 7000
>Has anyone dealt with problem before, is there a mib file thant i could use
>to manage these Hubs, and Switches in anything else instead IP. and if yes
>could anyone provide me the information please....
>Mark Malki
>Please reply to m_malki@hotmail.com <mailto:m_malki@hotmail.com>  or
>mark.malki@xacta.com <mailto:mark.malki@xacta.com>


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