I have a few questions about smartsets
that I am trying to create on Netview 7.1.3+fixpack1
on Windows 2000.
Firstly, I am trying to create a smartset
with all devices that are on a certain subnet. I know I have achieved this on Netview for AIX. However, I can't seem to find a
network option in the find screen under simple, there is only a Network name
option under ip properties(
I have a work around by manually selecting all the devices from the network
that I am interested in and creating a collection). Has anyone done this on NV
Secondly, I am running nvsniffer
against the smartset created above to flag all
machines that are running the Tivoli management agent( isTMA on port 9495). Once nvsniffer is complete I update the logic in my smartset to only display all devices that have the isTMA set to true. I would also like to create a second smartset with all machines that don't have TMA
loaded. How do I get it to display the devices that don't have the field isTMA. I
can't do a isTMA=false
since the devices that don't have TMA loaded don't have this field
Any assistance is greatly appreciated
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