Have you another map , other than "default" ?
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21/03/2006 18:26 [nv-l] PIX interface issues
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Netview 7.1.3 FP4 Solaris 2.8
I am having great difficulty getting one of my Cisco PIX firewalls to
Scenario: I have the inside interface as xxx.xxx.xxx.10 and external as
xxx.xxx.xxx.11 These two are fine and report up always.
I have 6 additional interfaces on each side of the firewall. This is the
problem, these interfaces come and go almost daily(not all at once) for
whatever reason, when they drop they report as their internal or external
Either .10 or .11 respectively. I have unmanaged them all ( these 12
additional ) they still report as down to Netview as the .10 or .11
interface as being down.
I have them designated as do not discover in the seed file,editing it
directly with vi and adding a ! in front of all these interfaces except for
the primaries .10 and .11.
I have added the > character in front of these two primaries as well.
I have deleted everything from the maps via Edit>delete>object>from all
submaps numerous times to no avail
The security folks are becoming a bit miffed at me when they get paged on
this for no apparent reason.
ANY suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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