Sincerely appreciate your answer, but under admin mode (?) I do not
have a "new" other than add interface (add new IP).
Admin tab (top right next to Help) contains:
* Configure Users, Groups and Roles
* System Information
* Configure Discovery
* Configure SNMP Community Names by IP
* Configure SNMP Data Collection per Interface
* Manage and Unmanage Interfaces and Services
* Manage Thresholds
* Configure Notifications
* Scheduled Outages
Notification Status: On Off
* Add Interface
* Manage Provisioning Groups
* Import and Export Asset Information
* Manage Surveillance Categories
* Delete Nodes
* Manage Applications
* Manage Location Monitors
Under Map (logged in as admin) I have the label "Home / Maps" top left,
below that a box labeled "Mapping" with View parameters and right frame
(right of that box) another labeled "Mapping" with textual help (quote:
Mapping provides the management of maps representing the status
(links beetwen nodes, status, availability ecc.) end quote).
Hence my question, where do I "add" a map and the nodes for it?
(am certain this is some mess up on my part, but just want to get
On Wed February 4 2009 16:29, Antonio Russo wrote:
> Choose admin node, then new to add a new map. Then add nodes fro node
> Il giorno 04/feb/09, alle ore 20:28, Larry Smith ha scritto:
> > Ok, I have done the "google" thing, reloaded opennms several times
> > and still cannot see anywhere to "add" a map. I find references to
> > admin mode, new map, but do not see anything close to that in my
> > install. (yes, I moved map.disable to map.enable, restarted).
> > Linkd is
> > running and is identifying links correctly, I just see no place to
> > "add"
> > a map and put in nodes...
> > was running 1.6.1, upgraded to the latest snapshot, have now removed
> > all and gone back to 1.6.2. Install is running on Centos 5.2,
> > admin station
> > (one I am working from) is Windows 2000. When logged in as "admin"
> > I get the top bar options with "Map" "Admin" and Help being on the
> > right side.
> > Selecting "Map" I get a screen with "Home/Maps" at the top and the
> > option
> > to view a map (but the open box is empty).
> > Am fairly certain this is something "dumb" on my part, but would like
> > to get the map working.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > --
> > Larry Smith
> > lesmith@...
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