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Fault Script

Fault Script

Fault Script

I'm using Optivity 9.1 on our Sun Solaris 7.0 and its having lots of problem. I'm monitoring quite a number of routers, not only Bay but other routers also.

1.  Its showing alarm on routers that are actually 'alive'.
2.  I've added a fault script to obtain the date and time when wnd whisch router is down. The script is working fine, but I founf out it will stop after quite some time. (fc_daemon_root.log)

Can anyohne please help ?

Thank you.

RE: Fault Script

Hi CLL ,

 I'm facing the same problem as well.

 We have installed all the neccessary Patches but it still doesn't work.

 Do you have any feedback from Nortel ??

 Lets share some idea ....


RE: Fault Script

Hi CLL ,

  Did you solve the problem ???

  Do reply if you still alive ... (SuperPing required)

  My E-mail is :
  wk.loo@dgsb.com.my or kk.lee@dgsb.com.my

  Urgent !!!!

David LOO

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