Just to add a few things. The servers in question are Sun OS 5.8
I could not find any particular differences to what I have seen on the
routers when I have configured SNMP. They are behind the firewall, but
everything is open, but I can see that SNMP request comes from NetView,
somehow it is not answered at all..
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of Vladan Milosevic
Sent: Monday, April 11, 2005 4:11 PM
Subject: [nv-l] Discovery (again)
I am having some problems discovering severs in our network as well as some
HSRP-ed networks. I have discovered all the routers and switches, we use
manual discovery (an entry in the netmon.seed file) and we use only SNMP for
I have added servers IP addresses in the seed file, in the usual way.
Connectivity is OK, SNMP agents are running, communities are fine (we have
been using two, so bith of them are there, just in case). But they do not
appear on the map. It is probably a beginners mistake, but I can not see it.
On the other hand, we have two L3 switches (correctly recognized as routers,
I have fixed that) which do have HSRP interface between them. They are both
OK, but the networks with HSRP are not discovered. The other on the same
switch are. I can see all the relevant interfaces on them as well. Above
mentioned servers are DNS servers, and they reside on one of the HSRP-ed
I have tried demand polling, deleting, rediscovering many times.
If you have any suggestions, I would be more than gratefull. Otherwise,
another PMR is on the way...
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