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NNM on Linux, where can I get it?

Miguel Rodriguez_1
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NNM on Linux, where can I get it?

Where can I get a trial version of Network Node Manager for Linux?
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Tommy Palo
Trusted Contributor

Re: NNM on Linux, where can I get it?

According to:
http://www.managementsoftware.hp.com/products/nnm/specifications/
Linux is not a supported platform.
Keep it simple
Jerome Fenal_1
Valued Contributor

Re: NNM on Linux, where can I get it?

But you clould give a try to other and hopefully free products :
- the old (1996) HNMS from NASA, don't think it was free as in GPL, but sources are still available, but may be hard to get at work (need Isode, etc...)
- scotty/tkined (freshmeat.net) may have the functionnality you need
- OpenNMS (www.opennms.org) is a new project under active development which may be worth a try (Java needed).
Hope this helps.

Regards,

Jerome
Bienvenue chez moi
Milo van der Zee
Valued Contributor

Re: NNM on Linux, where can I get it?

I use VM-Ware to start Win2k and from there start the downloadable version of NNM for NT...
NNM can be downloaded from www.openview.hp.com/...