|Subject:||Re: [nv-l] PC becomes Router !!|
|From:||Leslie Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Mon, 27 Jun 2005 11:25:42 -0400|
|Delivery-date:||Mon, 27 Jun 2005 16:26:10 +0100|
Yes, it is normal. It usually means the ipforwarding is enabled between the interfaces on the server. If you do not want to see it at that level of the map, your best bet is to hide it from that submap. It will still show up in the segments on which it has interfaces.
Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
(248) 552-4968 Voicemail, Fax, Pager
my Netview is 7.1.3.
On my network, a PC (W2K SP4) had one network interface in
192.168.80.x/24 and all was fine (trap well received, etc ..)
Then I added on this PC a second network interface in 169.254.x.x/16.
After a manual polling request, the second interface was discovered, and
the object was added at the network level (in root submap), linked to
the 2 IP network (192.168.80.x/24 and 169.254.x.x/16) and in its
properties : IPRouter, Node, Computer, Connector, Router, PC, IP.
Before the add of the interface, the properties was : Node, Computer,
Connector, PC, IP.
Note the icone used to display the PC is still the PC icone.
Is it a normal behavior, I mean when a host have 2 interfaces on 2 IP
networks, it is considered as a router ?
thanks for your help.
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