I didn't define a specific slot mapping for hostname, just defined the
trap in a ruleset to forward it to TEC.
This should be sufficient for just trap forwarding.
>>> email@example.com 22-04-2004 9:56:06 >>>
Thanks for this. The hostname would contain dashes - our DNS is
skills-1st. What variable did you use to populate the hostname to
Bernard Disselborg wrote:
>Does the hostname contains dashes/hyphens ?
>Then this might be related to a problem I had: if the hostname
>dashes the hostname field was not populated for traps forwarded to
>This was for traps received from the network, NetView events were
>It was solved with testfix IY52429 (which needed IY51641 as prereq).
>>>>firstname.lastname@example.org 21-04-2004 21:33:23 >>>
>NetView 7.1.4 for Unix.
>I want be able to populate the hostname TEC slot for any generic
>that NetView is configured to forward to TEC. Default events in
>TEC_ITS.rs seem to get hostname populated automatically. If I wsa
>configuring a NetView TRAP for automatic action, I'd use $A for the
>machine that sent the TRAP. Is there an equivalent environment
>to use for slot mapping. I've tried $HOSTNAME and $A to no avail.
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