CiscoWorks 2.6 + Network Node Manager

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Jun 26th, 2007
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I need to install CiscoWorks 2.6 and I need to integrate this to Network Node Manager, but I don't know how to do it. Someone may help me?. Do I need other software packages?


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bwalchez Mon, 07/02/2007 - 14:04
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Could please update us on which version of network node manager are you using ?

David Stanford Tue, 07/03/2007 - 19:33
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To integrate LMS 2.6 with NNM you will need to install either the adapter or utility.

If they are to be on same server, you can download and install Adapter.v1-7.sol.nnm.tar (assuming solaris) to CW box.

(also download readme for directions).

Readme does mentions:

Adapter(Version 1.7) for integrating Cisco Applications and Cisco Devices into HP Network Node Manager 6.4 , 7.0 , 7.01 and 7.5 versions

If you are installing NNM on separate server, you can install the Integration Utility (IU) on the remote server where HP NNM is installed which you may download from this link:


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