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[nv-l] some routers not discovered properly

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Subject: [nv-l] some routers not discovered properly
From: William_W_List@bluecrossmn.com
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2003 09:24:31 -0500
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I'm installing 7.1.3 on another platform, but still have a 6.0.1 version that I'm supporting until I migrate.  Recently, we upgraded routers and I had some real problems with NetView.  I tried to rediscover the database, but some of my core routers didn't come back correctly.  On the topology map, as opposed to the diamond shape with submaps of the interfaces, each interface is a box shape with no child submap.  But the object does recognize that isRouter=TRUE event though it is a box shape.  Could this be an oid problem?  Any suggestions would be appreciated so I can fix the problem and get on to 7.1.3.   Thanks.
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