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Event Management and Best Practices by Michael Wallace, Guilherme Pereira, Jacqueline Meckwood, Peter Glasmacher, Tony Bhe

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Chapter 4. Overview of IBM Tivoli NetView 111
򐂰 Routers which have interfaces assigned to this IP segment: In our case, two
routers are connected to the segment. You can verify this with the IP Internet
submap as shown in Figure 4-4 on page 108.
򐂰 Any other element of type connector, for example Ethernet switches, terminal
servers, or print servers displayed: In Figure 4-6, the Ethernet switch, which
connects the NetView server to the lab environment, is correctly placed.
Double-clicking a segment symbol brings you to the segment level where all the
discovered elements, which are part of the particular network segment, are
placed. In addition to the connector type elements that we already know, you find
all the remaining discovered elements such as printer, workstations, etc.
Figure 4-7 shows the segment map of our discussed topology. You can see one
additional element, which is the NetView server residing in this segment.
Figure 4-7 A segment submap
The segment map contains all network elements discovered and managed in the
particular segment. It is the only submap where NetView places managed

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