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Re: [nv-l] Logical Port Monitoring with NetView

To: "Scott Hammons" <shammons@aisconsulting.net>
Subject: Re: [nv-l] Logical Port Monitoring with NetView
From: don.turrentine@amsouth.com
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2006 10:13:04 -0600
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Depending on what release you are running you may want to look at servmon
or nvsniffer.

Don Turrentine

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I probably already know the answer to this, but I thought I would throw
this question to the list to see if any has tried something similar.  Is it
possible to configure NetView to monitor a logical port?  For example port
389 is the default communication port for LDAP servers, can I configure
NetView to monitor this port?

I'm thinking, I'd have to do the logging from the LDAP side, write to a log
file, and use something like the TEC log file adapter to do the monitoring.
However, I was just curious to see if it could be done through NetView.



Scott Hammons
Principal Consultant
Advanced Integrated Solutions, Inc.
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