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Re: [nv-l] Physical port monitoring

To: "Mike Walsh" <Mike.Walsh@us.ing.com>
Subject: Re: [nv-l] Physical port monitoring
From: netview@toddh.net (Todd H.)
Date: 20 Feb 2003 08:55:14 -0600
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"Mike Walsh" <Mike.Walsh@us.ing.com> writes:
> Goodmorning,
> I have a 5 T1 IMA group.  The IMA Group (Common IP address) is up but one
> of the physical T1's is hard down.  Netview does not seem to monitor or
> alarm on the failure of a single T1 in the IMA Group.  Does anyone out
> there know of a means of forceing Netview to monitor and alarm on a single
> physical port?

Caveat: I'm not familiar with "T1's in an IMA group."  So I can offer
these general thoughts:

What do the T1's terminate into (CSU/DSU?)?  Is that device SNMP
manageable?  Would there be MIB variable you could query with netview
or a script to find what you seek?  Does the device trap on the
failure of any of hte physical links?  

Todd H.

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