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Re: [nv-l] Wildcards in attribute value field?

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Subject: Re: [nv-l] Wildcards in attribute value field?
From: "Oliver Bruchhaeuser" <oliver.bruchhaeuser@de.ibm.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 10:01:39 +0100
Hello Mans,

try to put two "Event Attributes"-nodes one behind the other.
The first one: 4.1 greater than 7/
The second one: 4.1 less than 8/

This should work although I havent tested it ...

Kind regards

Oliver Bruchhaeuser
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I've done a ruleset to pick certain traps from a Cisco switch.
I check the first word (octetstring) of the fourth
variable with the Event Attribute cube. This is the Cisco switch's card
number and port number, in the format of e.g 7/14 (card 7 port 14). The
ruleset works fine but I'd like to check the value using a wildcard. Now
added one Event Attribute cube per port (7/1, 7/2, 7/3 ....) which makes
quite a few cubes
and a messy ruleset. I'd like to pick traps from every port on card nr 7,
like "7/*" if you get
my meaning, and I would end up with only one Event Attribute cube and a
ruleset much
easier to view. Actually I've tried "*" and "?" but it doesn't work.

Any ideas anyone?

Mans Langert

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