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HP

Open View

NonStop Server
and
Network Node Manager 7.51

Peter Neumann
GMCSC - Ratingen/Germany

June 27, 2007

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Open View Goto... or press next page
Introduction

Preparing the NonStop Server

Preparing Network Node Manager

Use the Network Node Manager

Dealing with TRAPs

Show performance Data

Using Dynamic Views

Optional AWAN Configuration

Exit

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Open View HP OpenView product suite
OpenView Service Information Portal

End-user OpenView Service Desk
customer Service level management Incident and problem mgmt. Change and configuration mgmt.

OpenView Web Transaction Observer

Smart plug-ins
Application OS/390, AS/400, Oracle, Informix, Sybase, Microsoft SQL
services Windows, Microsoft Exchange, Remedy, Notes, Tuxedo IT/administration
SAP, PeopleSoft, Ariba, BroadVision, …
Novadigm Radia
OpenView OpenView
Glance
Performance Operations/
Plus
Internet Reporter Navigator
Services
OmniBack II
HP OpenView Internet Services

PolicyXpert
Network
Network Node Manager Service Assurance
Services
Lucent/Cisco/Nortel
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Open View OpenView Network Node Manager

Included in Basic Operation Packages *) W2k / XP
HP-UX
Solaris

collecting
information
TCP/IP NNM
SNMP
Subsystem
TCP/IP

processin
g
displaying

*) SN73, SN74, HSN01,HSN21,TSN21
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Open View OV Network Node Manager Traps, Status
and
Performance

HP OpenView Network
Management Station Node Manager

SNMP via UDP

Basis
Software
SNMP SN73
Software

EMS Host
Trap TCP/IP Ethernet Resource
Agent Agent Agent Agent
EMSLOG
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HP Integrating NonStop servers with
Open View
HP OpenView
HP NonStop servers integrate with many of the HP
OpenView products.
HP OpenView NonStop Server Management, is an out-
of-the-box solution that provides seamless
integration for managing HP NonStop servers with
OpenView Operations software. A natural extension
of OpenView software, this new product provides
customers with true end-to-end enterprise
management, including the NonStop server.

Network Node Manager software automatically
discovers your network and provides customizable
maps and submaps so you can see visually what is
happening. Network Node Manager software also
enables event management and allows remote
access via the Web.
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Open View NonStop Server and NNM
Things to do
• Preparing the NonStop Server
• Optimizing the NNM Operating System Environment
• Preparing the Network Node Manager
• Setup the Event configuration
• Build a customized MIB Application
• Using the NonStop Node Manager
• Dealing with SNMP Traps
• Show performance data
• Using customized MIB Application
• Using "Dynamic Views"

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Open View Goto... or press next page
Introduction

Preparing the NonStop Server

Preparing Network Node Manager

Use the Network Node Manager

Dealing with TRAPs

Show performance Data

Using Dynamic Views

Optional AWAN Configuration

Exit

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Open View Preparing the NonStop Server

Preparing
Supported MIBs and Software Versions
NonStop Prepare a EMS filter
Server
Prepare a Host resources file
Run the SNMP subsystem
• SNMP NonStop Agent
• SNMP configuration file
• TCP/IP Agent
• Ethernet Agent
• Host Resource Agent
• EMS Trap Agent

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Open View MIBs and Agent – S-series

Preparing
NonStop .iso.org.dod.internet
Server
(.1.3.6.1)

.Mgmt .private.enterprises.tandem.nonstopsystems
(.2) (.4.1.169.3)

.mib-2 .ems .zsmp .zhrm .ztmx .ztsa .zesa
(.1) (.12) (.155) (.180) (.185) (.202) (.217)

$SYSTEM.SYSnn.EMSDIST T9632ABH
$SYSTEM.SYSTEM.SNMPAGT T9576G06^04MAY2005^AAQ
$SYSTEM.SYSnn.HMSAX T8496G04_21FEB2005_AAF
$SYSTEM.SYSnn.SNMPTMUX T1041G06_27APR2001_AAC
$SYSTEM.SYSTEM.TCPIPSA T7862G05_03NOV2004_AAI_TCPIPSA
$SYSTEM.SYSTEM.ETHSA T0326G06_31MAY2004_AAB_ETHSA
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Open View MIBs and Agent – NS-series

Preparing
NonStop .iso.org.dod.internet
Server
(.1.3.6.1)

.Mgmt .private.enterprises.tandem.nonstopsystems
(.2) (.4.1.169.3)

.mib-2 .ems .zsmp .zhrm .ztmx .ztsa .zesa
(.1) (.12) (.155) (.180) (.185) (.202) (.217)

$SYSTEM.SYSnn.EMSDIST T9632H01^07JUL06
$SYSTEM.SYSTEM.SNMPAGT T9576H01^01MAY2005
$SYSTEM.SYSnn.HMSAX T8496H01_01MAY2005
$SYSTEM.SYSnn.SNMPTMUX T1041H01_01MAY2005C
$SYSTEM.SYSTEM.TCPIPSA T7862H01_01MAY2005_TCPIPSA
$SYSTEM.SYSTEM.ETHSA T0326H01_01MAY2005_ETHSA
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Open View Supported Objects

Preparing
NonStop
EtherChipSetError Soln: 10-030120-4001 Closed,No Fix Plan-d
Server

Group sub-group sub-group convent. TCP/IP PL TCP/IP - single PL TCP/IP - failover TCP/IPv6 - single TCP/IPv6 - failover
mib-2
system ok ok ok ok ok
interface ok ok ok ok ok
at no values returned no values returned no values returned no values returned no values returned
ip ok ok ok ok ok
icmp ok ok ok ok ok
tcp ok ok ok ok ok
udp ok ok ok ok ok
transmission dot3StatsEntry EtherChipSet error EtherChipSet error EtherChipSet error EtherChipSet error EtherChipSet error
snmp ok ok ok ok ok
host ok ok ok ok ok

nonstopsystems
ems Traps only Traps only Traps only Traps only Traps only
zsnmp ok ok ok ok
zhrm ok ok ok ok
ztmx ok - without -x option ok - without -x option ok - without -x option ok - without -x option
ztsa ok ok ok ok
zesa ok ok ok ok

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Open View Preparing a EMS Filter

Preparing
Pass only important EMS messages to the SNMP
NonStop application
Server
Create a filter (FLTSNMP)

Example (FLTSNMP):

?PASS
TANDEM CPU 101 CPU down
DISK 5015 Disk down
SLSA 4013 LAN Adapter Event
SPL 10 80% full
8 100 % full
TMF 187 critically full
200 no scratch tapes

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Open View
(HMSAINI)
[DeviceTable]
Preparing +CPU00
NonStop +CPU01
Server -CPU02
+$DATA The entries in this
-CPU03
-CPU04
+$DSMSCM file identifies
+$TSC
-CPU05 +$TPR processes and
-CPU06
-CPU07
+$ULLI devices whose
+$SYMBOL
-CPU08
+$TAPE
values you want
-CPU09
-CPU10
+$NAPA2 represented in the
+$DLT
-CPU11 +$CA2710
subagent's MIB.
-CPU12
+$TP2710
-CPU13
+$T0150
-CPU14
+$HP4100
-CPU15 +$HP5100
+$SYSTEM [SWRunTable]
+$D1113 +OS ; Operating System
+$D1117
+FTPSERV ; Standard application
+VTDEMO ; Custom application
+inetd ; OSS application
+cron ; OSS application
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Open View Run the SNMP subsystem

Preparing
Here are sample commands to start the SNMP agent
NonStop and some subagents on the NonStop server.
Server
Refer to the SNMP Configuration and Management
Manual of the NonStop Server for more detailed
SNMPAGT/NAME
information.
$ZSNMQ,NOWAIT,TERM $ZHOME,CPU 1,PRI 50/0,WARM, &
TCPIP^PROCESS^NAME $ZTC1
SCF;OBEY SNMPCONF,NOECHO
TCPIPSA/NAME $TCPSB,NOWAIT,TERM $ZHOME,CPU 1/-a $ZSNMQ -b 0 -t $ZTC1 &
-s ($ZTC1) –stats 10
ETHSA /NAME $ZETSB,NOWAIT,TERM $ZHOME,CPU 1/-a $ZSNMQ -b 0 -t $ZTC1
PURGE IFTBL
HMSAX/NAME $HRMIB,NOWAIT,TERM $ZHOME/-a $ZSNMQ -t -w -b -f iftbl -p $SPLS &
-h 80 -i 40 -d 10 -n 50 -s 240 -e HMSAINI
EMSDIST/NAME $TRAPB,NOWAIT,CPU 1,TERM $ZHOME/BACKUP 0,COLLECTOR $0, &
TYPE P,TEXTOUT $ZSNMQ.#TRAP,FILTER (FLTSNMP)

WARM Note: In this example $ZTC1
instructs the SNMP agent to use the SNMPCTL file in the is a TCPSAM Process in a
run subvolume. If no SNMP file exists, the SNMP agent PTCPIP failover configuration
creates one and fills it with thedefault configuration values.
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Open View
(SNMPCONF)
Preparing
NonStop
Server

== SCF;OBEY SNMPCONF,NOECHO
ALLOW ALL ERRORS
ABORT PROFILE $ZSNMQ.*
DELETE PROFILE $ZSNMQ.*
ADD PROFILE $ZSNMQ.#PRO1,ACCESS READ, &
COMMUNITY "public",HOSTADDR "0.0.0.0"
ADD PROFILE $ZSNMQ.#PRO2,ACCESS READWRITE, &
COMMUNITY "privat",HOSTADDR "0.0.0.0"
START PROFILE $ZSNMQ.#PRO*
ABORT ENDPOINT $ZSNMQ.*
DELETE ENDPOINT $ZSNMQ.*
ADD ENDPOINT $ZSNMQ.#LAN2,NETWORK $ZTC1, HOSTADDR "0.0.0.0"
START ENDPOINT $ZSNMQ.#LAN*
ABORT TRAPDEST $ZSNMQ.*
DELETE TRAPDEST $ZSNMQ.*
ADD TRAPDEST $ZSNMQ.#TRAP,NETWORK $ZTC1, &
COMMUNITY "public", HOSTADDR "155.61.124.101"
START TRAPDEST $ZSNMQ.#TRAP*
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Open View Goto... or press next page
Introduction

Preparing the NonStop Server

Preparing Network Node Manager

Use the Network Node Manager

Dealing with TRAPs

Show performance Data

Using Dynamic Views

Optional AWAN Configuration

Exit

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Open View Hardware Requirements
Pentium 700 MHz Processor or faster
Preparing
NNM Minimum of 512 MB RAM
Minimum of 400 MB disk space (NTFS formatted)
CD-ROM drive

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Open View Software Requirements
Microsoft Windows 2000 (SP4), XP (SP1) or W2003 Server
Preparing (SP1)
NNM Microsoft TCP/IP must be installed and running
A primary DNS suffix must be assigned to the Computer
Name resolution must be configured
• Read "Optimize the environment"
WEB Browser must be installed
WEB Server must be installed
• Application Server
– Internet Information Services
SNMP Service must be installed
• Management and Monitoring Tools
Adobe Acrobat Reader must be installed
Paging file setup must be increased if you manage more
than 250 nodes

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Open View Optimize the W2000 Environment
Avoid Name resolution
problems !!!
Preparing
NNM

127.0.0.1 localhost me
Run a DNS server on the 16.58.0.61 DUES dues1
OpenView station or 16.58.0.62 DUES dues2
use a small HOSTS 15.140.9.103 DUES7 dues7
file for the NonStop 15.140.9.104 DUES7P dues3
systems and other 15.140.9.105 DUES7P dues5
servers 15.140.9.111 RAT rat
15.140.9.112 RAT6 rat6
Example HOSTS file: 15.140.9.119 AWAN126 awan126
15.140.9.120 AWAN127 awan127
15.140.9.121 AXIS axis
16.58.0.1 ROUTER router
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Open View Optimize the W2000 Environment
Change the priorities for the name resolution facilities
Preparing Smallest value first, largest value at least
NNM
• HostsPriority Hosts File
• DNSPriority DNS Name Server
• LocalPriority NBT Chache / NBT Broadcast
• NetbtPriority WINS Server

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Open View
External Web pages
Open View:
Preparing http://www.openview.hp.com/
NNM

Download NNM:
http://www.openview.hp.com/products/nnm/download.h
Unzip the downloaded file and if you like
create a AUTORUN NNM CD.
Find the Release Notes at <install
dir>\README.html

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Open View Install the Network Node Manager
Login as ADMINISTRATOR, insert the NNM CD into your CD Drive
and RUN SETUP.EXE
Preparing
NNM • Click NEXT in the Welcome Dialog Box
• Click YES in the Licenses Agreement Dialog Box
• Enter the required information in the User Information Dialog Box
and click NEXT
• Click NEXT in the New folder Destination Dialog Box
• Click YES in the Confirm Dialog Box
• Click CUSTOM in the Options Dialog Box
– Select all in the Componets Dialog Box and click NEXT
• Disable "Auto Discovery" and click NEXT
• Click NEXT in the Select Program Folder Dialog Box
• Set read community
• Ignore the Router Warning
• Click NEXT for Start copying Files
• Wait for completion
• Click OK in the Setup Completion Dialog Box
• Restart the PC Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT

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Open View NNM 7.51 Upgrade
Insert the NNM 7.51 Ugrade CD in your Computer
Preparing
NNM Select Silent Installation
• The upgrade Procedure will stop NNM
Disable VRRP if you are prompted
Click NEXT if you are prompted
Reboot the PC if the upgrade finished

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Open View Prepare the Network Node Manager
With NNM 7.x, the user has to do absolutely nothing
Preparing for the GIFs.
NNM
They should be installed in these directories on every
installation
• %OV_SYMBOLS%\C\Computer\Computer_nonstop
• %OV_BITMAPS%\C\computer\nonstop.*.pm
• %OV_WWW%\htdocs\bitmaps\C\computer\nonstop.*
.gif

To use the OV environment variables
run cmd.exe and type ov.envvars.bat

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Open View netmon.noDiscover
If the NNM is used for server management only, it is
Preparing recommended to reduce the discovered nodes
NNM
types to Server, Hubs and Router.
For this purpose create a file
C:\Program Files\HP OpenView\conf\netmon.noDiscover
Make an entry for all IP addresses which should be not
monitored.
16.58.0.2-60
16.58.0.63-255
Example: 16.58.1-5.*
16.58.6.0-253
16.58.7-255.*
15.140.0-8.*
15.140.9.0-102
15.140.9.122-255
15.140.10-255.*

# Nodes to Discover
# 16.58.0.1
# 16.58.0.61 - 16.58.0.62
# 16.58.6.254 Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT
# 15.140.9.103 - 15.140.9.121
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Open View Goto... or press next page
Introduction

Preparing the NonStop Server

Preparing Network Node Manager

Use the Network Node Manager

Dealing with TRAPs

Show performance Data

Using Dynamic Views

Optional AWAN Configuration

Exit

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Open View Run NNM (ovw.exe)

Preparing OVW.EXE
NNM

Dynamic Views

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Open View Welcome to NNM

Preparing
NNM

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Open View License

Preparing
NNM

The NNM/Starter Edition or NNM/Advanced Edition product will run
for 60 days before the license expires. You can instantly receive
a Network Node Manager 7.x license by running
ovnnmPassword, or by clicking "OK" when the ovw program or
Dynamic Views Web GUI prompts you to request a password.

For internal installations only:
DO NOT USE THE [Web] or [Form] OPTION TO REQUEST A
PASSWORD

To request a license for NNM 7.x, please instead redirect your
browser to
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Request a license and get a
HP
Open View Password Certificate
(internal only)
Preparing
NNM

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Open View
ovw.exe
Preparing
NNM

1
3

Stop ovw.exe
Run ovnnmPassword
Run ovstart.exe –c
2 Run ovw.exe

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Open View The root view
Show your preferred
view
Preparing
NNM (home view)

Close NNM

Show root view

Double click to
enter next level

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Open View Event configuration – SNMP Traps

Preparing
NNM

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Open View Event configuration – SNMP Traps

Preparing
NNM

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Save the changes to trapd.conf !
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Open View Event configuration – SNMP Traps

Preparing
NNM

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Open View Load the NonStop Server MIBs

Preparing
NNM

Navigate to
snmp_mibs-> Vendor-> Hewlett-Packard
and load:
EMSA.MIB
ETH.MIB
RFC1514A.MIB
ZESA.MIB
ZHRM.MIB
ZSMP.MIB
ZTMX.MIB
ZTSA.MIB
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Open View Event configuration – EMS Traps

Preparing
NNM

What to log.

What to show.

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Open View Event configuration – ESA Traps

Preparing
NNM

What to log.

What to show.

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HP Event configuration – Disk
Open View
Threshold Traps
Preparing
NNM

What to log.

What to show.

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HP Event configuration – RAM Threshold
Open View
Traps
Preparing
NNM

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HP Event configuration – HRM Device
Open View
Traps
Preparing
NNM

What to log.

What to show.

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HP Event configuration – TSA Subnet
Open View
Traps
Preparing
NNM

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HP Event configuration – TSA Subnet
Open View
Traps
Preparing
NNM

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HP Automatic Action: Email send by
Open View
BLAT
Get BLAT from www.blat.net(Freeware)
Preparing
NNM Put it on C:\BLAT
Execute BLAT to get the command synax
Set the defauts using the install command like:
optional
• blat -install RTOEXC02.EMEA.cpqcorp.net
peter.neumann@hp.com - - - pneumann password
Test your configuration:
• Blat <filename> -to <recipient>
By default NNM's ovacactiond only runs which are listed
in the directory:
C:\Program Files\HP
OpenView\conf\trustedCmds.conf
To disable this restiction, create a file called
ALLOW_ALL in this directory
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Open View
examples
emsMessage:
C:\BLAT\BLAT - -s "HP OpenView Alert $r" -t
Preparing peter.neumann@hp.com -log C:\blat\blatlog.log
NNM -body "$5: $8 --- $6"
zesa - linkDown:
C:\BLAT\BLAT - -s "HP OpenView Alert $r" -t
peter.neumann@hp.com -log C:\blat\blatlog.log
optional -body "PIF of $1"
ztsa - snDown:
C:\BLAT\BLAT - -s "HP OpenView Alert $r" -t
peter.neumann@hp.com -log C:\blat\blatlog.log
-body "A subnet is no longer in the STARTED state"

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Open View Automatic Action: Email examples

Preparing
NNM

optional

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Open View Automatic Action: Email examples

Preparing
NNM

optional

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Open View
Build customized MIB Applications
(CPU)

Preparing
NNM

Select
"New"

Make proper entries
and press NEXT
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Open View
Build customized MIB Applications
(CPU)

1
Preparing
NNM

3
4

Select the hrProcessorLoad
Object in the host group
2 of MIB II

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Open View
Build customized MIB Applications
(CPU)
New Object
Preparing
NNM

New Application
accessible from the
Menu Bar

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Open View
Build customized MIB Applications
(CPU)

Preparing
NNM

Select
"New"

Make proper entries
and press NEXT

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Open View
Build customized MIB Applications
(Devices)

Preparing
NNM

Select the zhrmDevUnDescr and
zhrmDevUnStatus Object in the zhrm
group of tandem.nonstopsystems MI

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Open View
Build customized MIB Applications
(Devices)
New
Preparing Objects
NNM

New Application
accessible from the
Menu Bar

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Open View
Build customized MIB Applications
(Software)

Preparing
NNM

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Open View
Build customized MIB Applications
(Data Rate)

Preparing
NNM

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Open View
Build customized MIB Applications
(DataRate)
/*
Modified to suppress the internal loopback and saved by PN
as C:\Program Files\HP OpenView\registration\C\ovmib\NSKDataRate
Preparing
*/
NNM
Application "NonStop DataRate" : "mibgraph"
{
Version "HP OpenView NNM Release B.07.00 ";
Description {
"SNMP MIB Monitoring Application",
"Created by:",
" PN ",
}
Copyright {
"(c) Copyright 1992-1997 Hewlett-Packard Co.",
"All rights reserved",
}
MenuBar "Performance"
{
"Network Activity" Context (AllContexts) f.menu
"Performance->Network Activity";
}
Menu "Performance->Network Activity"
{
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Open View
Build customized MIB Applications
(DataRate) cont.

Preparing "NonStop Data Rate" Context (AllContexts) f.action "DataRate";
NNM }
Action "DataRate"
{
SelectionRule isNonStop;
MinSelected 2;
CallbackArgs "";
Command "xnmgraph \\
-title \"Data Rate\" \\
-units \"Bits/s\" \\
-poll \"20\" \\
-mib
\".1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.10:Bytes_in::.1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.3:^[^1]$|^1.$|
^2[^4]$|^[3-9].$::::,
.1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.16:Bytes_out::.1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.3:^[^1]$|^1.$|
^2[^4]$|^[3-9].$::::\" \\
${OVwSelections}";
NameField "IP Hostname", "Selection Name";
}
}

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Open View
Dynamic Views
A custom menue is a well-formed XML document, stored at
Preparing
C:\Program Files\HP OpenView\www\registration\dynamicViews\C
NNM
Strings in this file must be URL safe.
HTML character entities should be used for any special
character:
• replace &gt; for >
• replace &lt; for <
• replace &amp; for &
• Replace sel=<node> by sel=${names}
• Replace ip address or host name and port by
${localhost}${localport}

Have a look to dynamicViews.xml for reference

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Open View Example for "CPU load"

Preparing
NNM

Run the
SNMPVIEWER.EXE

Select the
Application

Right mouse click in
the white field to
show the popup
menu

Get the properties
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Open View Example for "CPU load"

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NNM

Capture the complete
URL

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Open View
modified URL
${localhost}/OvCgi/jovgraph.exe?app=CP
Preparing
NNM
U-LOAD-NSK&amp;act=CPU-LOAD-
NSK&amp;arg=%5c%0a++++++++++++-
title+%22CPU+Load%22+%5c%0a+++++++++
+++-
textFile+%22ovmib%2fOVW%2fFunctions%
2fCPU-LOAD-
NSK%22+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
units+%22%25%22+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
poll+%225%22+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
mib+%22.1.3.6.1.2.1.25.3.3.1.2%3ahrP
rocessorLoad%3a%3a%3a%3a%3a%3a%3a%22
+%5c%0a++++++++++++$%7bOVwSelections
%7d&amp;sel=${names}&amp;appletLoade
d=true&amp;cache=8000
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Open View .xml Example for "CPU Load Graph"
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!-- NonStop Load Graph -->
Preparing
NNM <DynamicViewMenus>
<Actions>
<action actionId="NonStop Load Graph" nodeSeparator="+"
selectionRule="isNode" ipV6="false"
url=" insert the modified URL here "/>
</Actions>

<NodePopupMenus>
<menu actionId="NonStop Load Graph" menuId="NonStop CPU Load"
label="NonStop CPU Load" />
</NodePopupMenus>

<MenuBar>
<topMenu menuId="OV Performance" >
<subMenu menuId="OV System">
<menu actionId="NonStop Load Graph"
menuId="NonStop CPU Load" label="NonStop CPU Load"
/>
</subMenu>
</topMenu>
</MenuBar>
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Open View Example for "Device down table"

Preparing
NNM

Run the
SNMPVIEWER.EXE

Select the
Application

Create a new window

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Open View Example for "Device down table"

Preparing
NNM

Get the Properties
with a right mouse
click on the popup
window
Capture the complete
URL
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Open View
modified URL
Example:
Preparing
NNM ${localhost}/OvCgi/webappmon.exe?ins=resnew&amp
;sel=${names}&amp;app=DevDown&amp;act=DevDown
&amp;arg=%5c%0a++++++++++++-
commandTitle+%22Device+Down+Table%22+%5c%0a++
++++++++++-headingLine+4+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
dataLine+5+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
appendSelectList+-
appendSelectListToTitle+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
textFile+%22ovmib%2fOVW%2fFunctions%2fDevDown
%22+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
cmd+mibtable+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
table+%22.1.3.6.1.4.1.169.3.180.3.6.1%22+%5c%
0a++++++++++++-
fields+%22zhrmDevUnDescr%3d3%3a40,zhrmDevUnSt
atus%3d5%3a7%22+%5c%0a+++++++++++-
node+&amp;cache=3372
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Open View
Table"
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!-- NonStop Device down table -->
Preparing <DynamicViewMenus>
NNM <Actions>
<action actionId="NSK device down" ipV6="false"
selectionRule="isNode" url=" insert the modified URL here
"/>
</Actions>
<Toolbar>
<ToolbarButton actionId="NSK device down"
tooltip="Device down Table"
iconURL="${localhost}${localport}/OvDocs/images/manage.18.gif"/>
</Toolbar>
<NodePopupMenus>
<menu actionId="NSK device down" menuId="Device down"
label="NonStop Device down Table" />
</NodePopupMenus>
<MenuBar>
<topMenu menuId="OV Fault" >
<menu actionId="NSK device down" menuId="Device down"
label="NonStop Device down table" />
</topMenu>
</MenuBar> Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT
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Open View Example for "Data Rate"

Preparing
NNM

Run the
SNMPVIEWER.EXE

Right mouse click in
the white field to
show the popup
menu

Select the
Application

Get the properties Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT

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Open View Example for "Data Rate"

Preparing
NNM

Capture the complete
URL

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Open View
modified URL
${localhost}/OvCgi/jovgraph.exe?app=DataRate&
Preparing amp;act=DataRate&amp;arg=%5c%0a++++++++++++
NNM
-title+%22Data+Rate%22+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
units+%22Bits%2fs%22+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
poll+%2220%22+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
mib+%22.1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.10%3aBytes_in%3a%
3a.1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.3%3a%5e%5b%5e1%5d$%7c%
5e1.$%7c%5e2%5b%5e4%5d$%7c%5e%5b3-
9%5d.$%3a%3a%3a%3a,+.1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.16%3
aBytes_out%3a%3a.1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.3%3a%5e%
5b%5e1%5d$%7c%5e1.$%7c%5e2%5b%5e4%5d$%7c%5e
%5b3-
9%5d.$%3a%3a%3a%3a%22++%5c%0a++++++++++++$%
7bOVwSelections%7d&amp;sel=${names}&amp;app
letLoaded=true&amp;cache=8000 "/>

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Open View .xml Example for "Data Rate"
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!-- NonStop Graph -->
Preparing <DynamicViewMenus>
NNM <Actions>
<action actionId="NonStop DataRate Graph"
nodeSeparator="+" selectionRule="isNode"
url=" insert the modified URL here "/>
</Actions>

<NodePopupMenus>
<menu actionId="NonStop DataRate Graph" menuId="NonStop
DataRate" label="NonStop DataRate" />
</NodePopupMenus>

<MenuBar>
<topMenu menuId="OV Performance" >
<subMenu menuId="OV System">
<menu actionId="NonStop DataRate Graph"
menuId="NonStop DataRate" label="NonStop DataRate"
/>
</subMenu>
</topMenu>
</MenuBar>

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Open View Example for "Running Software"

Preparing
NNM

Run the
SNMPVIEWER.EX
E

Select the Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT
Create a new window
Application
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Open View Example for "Running Software"

Preparing
NNM Capture the complete
URL

Get the Properties
with a right mouse Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT
click on the popup
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window
HP Example for the captured and
Open View
modified URL
Example:
Preparing
NNM ${localhost}/OvCgi/webappmon.exe?ins=resnew&amp;se
l={names}&amp;app=RUN&amp;act=RUN&amp;arg=%5c%0a
++++++++++++-
commandTitle+%22NSK_Soft%22+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
headingLine+4+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
dataLine+5+%5c%0a++++++++++++-appendSelectList+-
appendSelectListToTitle+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
textFile+%22ovmib%2fOVW%2fFunctions%2fRUN%22+%5c
%0a++++++++++++-cmd+mibtable+%5c%0a++++++++++++-
table+%22.1.3.6.1.2.1.25.4.2.1%22+%5c%0a++++++++
++++-
fields+%22hrSWRunName%3d2%3a10,hrSWRunPath%3d4%3
a30,hrSWRunParameters%3d5%3a65%22+%5c%0a++++++++
+++-node+&amp;cache=2400

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Open View
software"
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
Preparing <!-- NonStop Software table -->
NNM <DynamicViewMenus>
<Actions>
<action actionId="NSK Run" ipV6="false"selectionRule="isNode"
url=" insert the modified URL here "/>
</Actions>
<Toolbar>
<ToolbarButton actionId="NSK Run"
iconURL="${localhost}${localport}/OvDocs/images/initial.18.gif"/>
</Toolbar>
<NodePopupMenus>
<menu actionId="NSK Run" menuId="NSK Soft"
label="NonStop Software" />
</NodePopupMenus>
<MenuBar>
<topMenu menuId="OV Configuration" >
<menu actionId="NSK Run" menuId="NSK Soft"
label="NonStop Software" />
</topMenu>
</MenuBar>
</DynamicViewMenus>

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Open View Detect your network
You can toggle IP or IPX polling on and off,
and configure associated discovery
Preparing settings.
NNM To perform any of the following procedures,
choose Network Polling Configuration:
IP/IPX from the Options menu.

IP Discovery Procedure
1 In the Network Polling Configuration
dialog box, select the IP Discovery
tab.
2 Select the Discover New Nodes option.
3 Select either the Use Auto-Adjust
Discovery Interval option or the Use Fixed
Discovery Interval option.
4 Select the Delete Nodes if Down For...
option, if desired, and enter a time
interval.
9 Click Apply or OK.
10 Exit ovw.exe
11 Reboot the PC Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT

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Open View Goto... or press next page
Introduction

Preparing the NonStop Server

Preparing Network Node Manager

Use the Network Node Manager

Dealing with TRAPs

Show performance Data

Using Dynamic Views

Optional AWAN Configuration

Exit

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Open View The first View

Network
Node
Manager

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Open View MAP Properties

Network
Node
Manager

Display one window only
or
Display each view in a
seperate window

Arrange the Icons
manualy or automaticly

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Open View Polling

Network
Node
Manager

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Open View Add a Network manually (if required)

Network
Node
Manager

ADD OBJECT

Drag and drop

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Open View Add a Network manually

Network
Node
Manager

Enter
appropriate
values

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Open View Add a Computer manually

Network
Node
Manager

Enter
appropriate
values

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Open View Add a Network manually

Network
Node
Manager

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Open View Add a Computer manually

Network
Node
Manager
ADD
OBJECT

Drag and drop

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Open View Overview
Network
detected
Network but not
Node monitore
Manager d,

Network
Network monitore
monitore d,
d,
all
not all devices
devices up
up

Hosts with more than one
interface are shown like a Router Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT

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Open View Networks - expanded

Network
Node
Manager

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Open View Segment - expanded

Network
Node Map
Manager SUBMAP
Set This Submap as Home

Return to
Home

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Open View Segment - expanded
Map
SUBMAP
Network Set This Submap as Home
Node
Manager

Return to
Home

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Open View Interfaces of a NonStop Server

Network
Node
Manager

Customized view

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Open View Node Information

Network
Node
Manager

System
Interfaces
Addresses
Routing Tbl.
ARP Table
Services

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Open View More Node Information

Network
Node
Manager

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Open View More Node Information

Network
Node
Manager

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Open View MIB Browser

Network
Node
Manager SNMP MIB Browser

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Open View SNMP get

Network
Node
Manager

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Open View SNMP set

Network
Node
Manager

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Open View Access private MIBs

Network
Node
Manager

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Open View Show a graph

Network
Node
Manager Get a
description
about the
MIB object

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Open View Goto... or press next page
Introduction

Preparing the NonStop Server

Preparing Network Node Manager

Use the Network Node Manager

Dealing with TRAPs

Show performance Data

Using Dynamic Views

Optional AWAN Configuration

Exit

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Open View NNM Information processing

Trap processing MIB Application
Event

LOGFILE Popup Window Additional Action display Table display Graph

ovactiond BLAT Email
www.blat.net

OpenView Operation Phone call

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Open View Show Alarms Alarms

Dealing
with
Traps

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Open View EMS Trap Example

Dealing
with
Traps

SEVERITY DATE / TIME SOURCE MESSAGES
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Major Fr Mrz 14 10:07:28 dues7 \DUES7.$HKSV:4476865 : Spooler Collector $HKS1 Threshold,
Event: Data file threshold,
Current usage level: 80,
Last reported usage level: 0,
Usage unit: percent,
timestamp LCT (current): 08:39,
timestamp LCT (last reported): 08:38,
Configured high value: 80 percent,
Configured low value: 70 percent,
Configured maximum value: 30 units,
--- 2003/03/14 08:39:57
Major Fr Mrz 14 11:31:09 dues7 \DUES7.$DSMSCM: LDEV 0143 PATH: M DOWN PHYS ADDR:
0001 0001 0014 1 0 Y PMF.SAC-1.GRP-1.MOD-1.SLOT-55
--- 2003/03/14 11:31:07
Major Fr Mrz 14 11:33:28 dues7 \DUES7.$ZLM00:908653: Adapter Event: $ZZLAN.E1151.1
Type: 2002 Link pulse status change
Occurance Count: 1 Last occurrence: 14MAR03 11:33:15
--- 2003/03/14 11:33:26
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Open View ESA Trap Example

Dealing
with
Traps

SEVERITY DATE / TIME SOURCE MESSAGES
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Major Do Mrz 13 13:49:56 dues7 $zzlan.L112 DOWN

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Open View HRM Threshold Trap Example

Dealing
with
Traps

SEVERITY DATE / TIME SOURCE MESSAGES
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Warning Do Mrz 13 13:49:48 dues7 $D1113-P(4608-1): used Disk Capacity 86 %
Warning Do Mrz 13 13:49:48 dues7 $SYMBOL-P(4608-1): used Disk Capacity 83 %

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Open View HRM Device Status Trap Example

Dealing
with
Traps

SEVERITY DATE / TIME SOURCE MESSAGES
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Warning Do Mrz 13 13:55:34 dues7 $DSMSCM-M: Status changed to down
Warning Do Mrz 13 13:58:53 dues7 $DSMSCM-M: Status changed to running
Warning Do Mrz 13 14:50:47 dues7 CPU01: Status changed to down
Warning Do Mrz 13 15:10:35 dues7 CPU01: Status changed to running
Warning Fr Apr 04 11:13:59 dues7 $DLT: Status changed to down
Warning Fr Apr 04 11:20:34 dues7 $DLT: Status changed to running

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Open View TSA Subnet Trap Example

Dealing
with
Traps

SEVERITY DATE / TIME SOURCE MESSAGES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Major Mo 12 01 13:59:54 dues7 A subnet is no longer in the STARTED state
Major Mo 12 01 14:01:13 dues7 A new subnet has just entered the STARTED state

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Open View Goto... or press next page
Introduction

Preparing the NonStop Server

Preparing Network Node Manager

Use the Network Node Manager

Dealing with TRAPs

Show performance Data

Using Dynamic Views

Optional AWAN Configuration

Exit

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Open View Show Performance Data
Show
Performanc
e
Data

Select PERFORMANCE
• Network activity
– Interface Traffic There is currently no tool on the
– Packet Rate NonStop Server available to
– Utilization
show TCP/IP performance data
as graph. Use the Performance
– Throughput
capability of NNM to show this
– Data Rate
data. The output based on the
– Average
MIB-II INTERFACE group: OID =
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Open View Interface Traffic - Packet Rate
Show
Performanc PTCPIP
e failover
Data

You can use the Interface Traffic Packet Rate graph to determine the average
number of packets sent or received on the node or interface(s) over a period of
time. You can select multiple interface objects, and the traffic packet rate for each
will be displayed. All incoming traffic is shown, while only successful outgoing
traffic is shown.
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Open View Interface Utilization
Show
PTCPIP
Performanc
failover
e
Data

You can use the Interface Utilization graph to compare the percentage of traffic
flowing on the selected interfaces as compared to the overall capacity of the
interface.
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Open View Throughput - good data
Show
Performanc PTCPIP
e failover
Data

You can use the Interface Traffic Packet Throughput graph to determine the
number of successful packets sent and received over the node or interface(s)
over a period of time. You can select multiple interface objects, and the traffic
packet throughput for each will be displayed.
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Open View Interface Traffic - Byte Rate
Show
Performanc PTCPIP
e failover
Data

You can use the Interface Traffic Data Rate graph to determine the average
number of bytes that are received or transmitted over the selected node or
interfaces over some period of time. You can select multiple interface objects, and
data for each will be displayed. All incoming traffic is shown, while only successful
outgoing traffic is shown.
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Open View Average Packet Size
Show
Performanc PTCPIP
e failover
Data

You can use the Interface Traffic Average Packet Size graph to determine the
average size of packets sent or received on the node or interfaces over a
period of time. You can select multiple interface objects, and the average
packet size for each will be displayed. All incoming traffic is shown, while only
successful outgoing traffic is shown.
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Open View Processor Load
Customize
d
MIB
Application
Remember the
Menu Path of
your customized
MIB Application

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Open View
analysis
Customize
d
MIB
Application

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Open View Stored Measurement file (example)
# xnmgraph ascii dump to C:\Documents and
Customize Settings\PNeumann.EMEA\My Documents\NSK\OpenView\CPULOAD.txt on
d 30.07.2003 07:40:39
MIB # instance: "1"
###################
Application
#line start stop min avg
max
#---- --------- --------- ----- -----
-----
1 1059490929 1059490934 4 4 4
1 1059490934 1059490944 4 4 4

# instance: "2"
###################
#line start stop min avg
max
#---- --------- --------- ----- -----
-----
2 1059490929 1059490934 1 1 1
– 1059490934 1059490954 1 1 1

# instance: "3"
###################
#line start stop min avg
max
Timestamp Timestamp Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT
#---- --------- --------- ----- -----
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HP
Open View Show the Device down table
Customize
d
MIB
Application

Reviving !!
!
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Open View Interface Traffic - System wide
Customize
d
MIB
Application

Select all interfaces
of the same system

Select the
function

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Open View Interface Traffic - System wide
Customize
d
MIB
Application

Note:
The display of the local loopback interface Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT
is suppressed by a xnmgraph parameter !
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Open View System Data Rate – Long Term
Customize
d
MIB
Application

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Open View Running Software
Watch for old FTPSERVs if
Customize Monitor your
d you don't use the TIMER
custom application if
MIB option in the PORTCONF
you like
Application file

Monitor OSS applications if
needed
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Open View Goto... or press next page
Introduction

Preparing the NonStop Server

Preparing Network Node Manager

Use the Network Node Manager

Dealing with TRAPs

Show performance Data

Using Dynamic Views

Optional AWAN Configuration

Exit

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Open View Using Dynamic Views
For the web interface, NNM allows you to
Dynamic • Configure user access
Views
• Configure session information
• Monitor access
• Configure applications
• Configure web server and web browser

Note: The security configuration is not explained in this
document

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Open View Java Plug-in 1.5.0 Support
Support for Java Plug-in 1.5.0 in NNM 7.51 IP15 is just
Dynamic released.
Views The Java Plug-in 1.5.0 will also work with prior versions of
NNM 7.5 by just applying a workaround of disabling Java
caching in the browser.
Here are the instructions for disabling Java cache on
Windows:
• Open the Java Control Panel (Start -> Control Panel ->
Java).
• In the General tab, click the Settings... button to open the
Temporary Files Settings dialog.
• Click the View Applets... button to open the Java Applet
Cache Viewer.
• Uncheck the Enable Caching checkbox in the lower-left-
hand-corner of this dialog.
• Click OK on all dialogs.
• Restart the browser, and retry NNM Home Base.
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Open View Connect to http://<host>:7510/

Dynamic
Views

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Open View Network Node Manager Home Base

Dynamic
Views

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Open View Neighbor view NNM 7.01

Dynamic
Views

Menu bar
like the
ovw view

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Open View Neighbor view NNM 7.5

Dynamic
Views

Changed Icon
for multiple
subnet
configuration

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Open View Node View

Dynamic
Views

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Open View Tools

Dynamic
Views

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Open View Performance

Dynamic
Views

Note: Graphs build by xnmgraph.exe are on Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT
the consol available only
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Open View Access MIB application (CPU)

Dynamic
Views
Pulldown Menu

Popup Menu
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Open View Access MIB application (CPU)

Dynamic
Views

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Open View Access MIB application (Device)

Dynamic
Views
Toolbar Button
Pulldown Menu

Popup Menu

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Open View Access MIB application (Device)

Dynamic
Views

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Open View Access MIB application (Data Rate)

Dynamic
Views

Select the
customized
MIB application

Select all interfaces of the same node Network_Node_Manager_7.51.PPT

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Open View Access MIB application (Data Rate)

Dynamic
Views

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Open View
Access MIB application ( Running
Software)
Watch for old FTPSERVs if
Monitor your you don't use the TIMER
Dynamic custom application if
Views option in the PORTCONF
you like
file

Monitor OSS applications if
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Introduction

Preparing the NonStop Server

Preparing Network Node Manager

Use the Network Node Manager

Dealing with TRAPs

Show performance Data

Using Dynamic Views

Optional AWAN Configuration

Exit

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Open View AWAN: Assigning Symbols to OIDs
Navigate to
C:\Program Files\HP OpenView\conf\oid_to_sym_reg\001_HP
Optional
Create a textfile (the name should be start with a 9 e.g.
999_MISC) using an editor and add the
snmp_sysObjectId:Symbol_Class:Symbol_sub_class
Example:
1.3.6.1.4.1.2097.100.1.2.4:Server:Terminal #AWAN
1.3.6.1.4.1.36.2.15.6.6.1:Server:Terminal #DECServer
Type in these commands at the DOS prompt:
ovw –fields
ovw –verify
ovstop -c -v netmon
ovtopofix -u -o 1.3.6.1.4.1.2097.100.1.2.4 2>1&
ovtopofix -u -o 1.3.6.1.4.1.36.2.15.6.6.1 2>1&
ovstart –v
ovstatus -c

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Open View AWAN: Enable Traps
At the CLI Prompt type in:
Optional
set priv
system
change snmp community trap address <ip address>
change snmp community trap trap enabled
change snmp community privat get enabled
change snmp community privat getnext enabled
change snmp community privat set enabled
show snmp

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Open View AWAN: Supported MIBs
RFC 1213
Optional • Management Information Base (MIB II) for Internet
protocol suite management.
– Should be already loaded
RFC 1243
• Definitions of Managed Objects for the AppleTalk MIB.
– Not requiered in the NonStop Server environment
RFC 1284
• Definitions of Managed Objects for the Ethernet-like
interface types.
– Don't load it if ETH.MIB is already loaded
RFC 1316
• Definitions of Managed Objects for Character Stream
Devices, the Character MIB.
RFC 1317
• Definitions of Managed Objects for RS232-like Hardware
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