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HP OpenView offers several options in tailoring the application to your desired level of management This section focuses on the basic configurations using only the HP Workgroup Node Management product Increased granular network management can be accomplished by installing additional products included in the professional suite As discussed in the HP OpenView Installation section, all monitored network devices must have an SNMP community string defined All monitored network workstations must be DMI compliant
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In order for HP OpenView to detect the devices you want managed on your network, you need to
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enter the IP settings of the management console, and the IP addresses of the network/subnets you want managed Figure 8-1 illustrates the IP setting configurations entered under AutoDiscovery | Configure Discovery Networks As shown in this figure, you can also define maximum IP and IPX hops (a hop is a jump from one router to the next router) This hop limit is useful if you want to gather management information for only a specific subnet of your network
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Figure 8-1: Preparing to discover networks
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Traps are SNMP messages sent by managed devices on the network as a result of preconfigured abnormal statuses HP OpenView has a default set of values/actions associated with each generic trap that a network device can generate These defaults are listed under Options | Customize Traps and shown in Figure 8-2
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Figure 8-2: Setting up traps By default, the trap configurations will be applied to all managed devices on the network However, you can also configure a unique set of traps, values, and actions for each device being managed on the network (Keep in mind that certain traps will have to be specially configured/enabled on your devices) To add a new device to the list, click Add in the Device Class Name list box This will display a list of device types and their Enterprise numbers Select the Enterprise number of the device you want to customize (If the device is not on the list, you'll need to add it to the OpenView/Ovfiles/Devices file) After defining your device, use the bottom section of the Customize Trap Alarms window to configure the trap values and actions you want associated with that device NoteAlthough Customize Trap Alarms can create a very detailed network management tool, it can also become confusing if you have several traps resulting in different actions for each network device being monitored Traps from selected devices can also be ignored; click the Ignore button on the right to designate this Following are descriptions of the trap characteristics you can manage for either a unique device or
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Trap Characteristic
Description
Type of trap
Generic: Equal to HP OpenView's default setting or a generic trap value Custom: The default settings have been altered Specific: Trap applies to unique device(s) and not all the network devices
Severity of trap Trap actions
Trap Severity is HP OpenView's method of categorizing traps, defined just below in the Status Legend illustration You can configure specific actions to take place when a trap occurs, including playing a sound, launching a program, sending a page, sending an e-mail, forwarding the event (trap) to another management system, updating map status, and/or logging a trap Actions can be customized for each trap; or you can tie actions to the Severity categories using Options | Customize Alert Alarms
SNMP TRAP CATEGORIES The various Severity levels for traps are categorized as shown in the following Status Legend illustration Each category has a corresponding color
When the actions of a trap from a network device are defined to change the severity category and update the network map, this change of color will be represented on the map This feature makes it easy for a network manager to determine which devices need attention just by viewing the map
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