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Re: [nv-l] Smart sets question

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Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2005 19:00:13 -0400
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I do this with some custom work that leverages several of the integration points of Netview. Jane, is that described somewhere on the group website?


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[nv-l] Smart sets question

Hi List-

Solaris 8 Netview 7.1.3

Is there a means to have interfaces/nodes that are discovered by Netview
on the network go into a smartset by default as say a new node.
What I am after is if a new device is connected to the network I want to
see it and move it into a smartset that is separated from the rest. Even
if it is say a Cisco device that I have a smartset for, I would still like
to see it in the "New Nodes" smartset?


Mike Noonkesser
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